Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1917-08-26

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES Inquirer, Chicago, 111. Partizan is the property of John Sanford. E. R. V,., Washington, D. C. The yearling filly by Peep oDay Country Fraud, brought 00. R. J. S., Covington, Ky. Yes. 1000 to 1 was in offer against the horse Ceremonius in a race at Charleston, S. C, April 5, 1912. C. S. W., Pine Bluff, Ark. Garbages work-out was published as reported from the track. He is m unreliable horse, but can run fast when in the mood to do so. K. 15., Chicago, III. A wngor on the Schorr entry in race 35017, with a stipulation "both to go," meant that it was a draw if both Harry Kelly and Butterscotch II. did not start in the race. W. F. G., Nashville, Tenn. The order of declension from fust is good, sloppy, muddy, slow, heavy. Expert handienppors devise their own standard of allowances for varying track vonCitions with satisfactory results, although no two standards of allowances may be exactly the same. A. A. W., Chicago, 111. Yes. When racing over the Chicago tracks existed, it was compulsory that jockeys should ride their mounts back to the judges stand after a race and remain in the saddle until given permission to dismount. They then at once had to go to the scales to be weighted in. This was under the rules of racing and the same rules govern now on all race tracks in that practice. In case of accident, or some other good and sufficient reason, the judges,, then and now, could and can direct that "he may walk or be carried to the scales, or may be excused from weighing."

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