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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. C. W. tt., Nashville. Teas. The matter end. d in a draw. Christies winning or Usiag did aot affect the ease. Larson. Los Angeles. Cal. Aristides was 1 v Leamington: Sarong by Lexington: Australian, l.y AVest Australian- Km- lia. by Young Basellas; Pudcn-Padcu by Australian: Lavender by Wagner and Kyrle Daly by Artillery — Colleen Rhue. by Oriiinia di Vergy. T. M. and M. P.. St. Louis. Mo. Fruit Cake and Christie were the K. T. EoUicoaTer entry; Celts and Kinu* Neptune the .1. S. T.vrec entry. This was plainly shown in "Fast Performances." but in the entry lists the distinguishing marks were erroneously transposed. M. P.. M.. Cincinnati, O. As an illustration, supposo ,000 in all is invested in show tiekets in a race, of which 81,566 is on the favorite. It is obvious that if that favorite is unplaced that 81,566 will make tin- dividends greater than would be paid if it was placed. H. H. P.. St. Loais. Mo. Post Mark and Quilting Ree were the J. K. Madden entry in the first RMS at Pelmoiit Park May 30. The inclusion of Quietude as a member of that entry was an error. She belongs to A. 11. Morris, as was shown in "Past Performancs" of that da. .. S.. St. Ivouis. Mo.. Strong. Louisville, and others. The Green Company has Icon barred from Daily Rating Forms columns on account of partial, incorrect and deceptive statements in their advertisements. The other folks have a routine plan which is no better or worse than other systems. None are recommended. W. W. S., Chicago, 111. Oeorge Keene was a good racehorse. Sun Hildreth owned him as a two-yoar-old in 190*. getting him from the Fleisch-inaiin Pros., of Ciiicinn.il i. He won nine races that season, seven of them for Hildreth. Oeorge Keene ran thirty-two races as a two-year-old. twenty-three for Hildreth. He did not amount to much afterwards. He was a bay by Onondaga — Beesfa Hinkley. In his thirty-two starts he won nine races, was second five times, third six times, and unplaced twelve times. T. P.. R., Cleveland. O. The Rancocas stable was owned by Pierre Lorillnrd and raced La Tosca lSSH. She was by St. Rlaiso-Touo.jues. In 1S91 as a three-year-old La Tosca was almost unbeatable. After losing her first two races, both to Correction, to whom she ran second twice, at Rrook-lyn, N. Y.. she ran nineteen other races and won seventeen of them. Longstreet beat her at Morris Park in June. She was second and Santa Ann-i defeated her at Saratoga in August. Again she was second. Her record for 1891 was therefore twenty-one starts, seventeen wins, four seconds.