Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1917-09-18

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment istaiade at time of wiring query. R. T. and others. Cincinnati, O. It has already been published in Daily Racing Form that it was Beauty Spot and not Beauty Shop which started in the first race at Lexington Sept. 12. G. T. "V., Terre Haute, Ind. Berlin would have to have finished in the first three to secure a computation of his price to show. Since he did not do so, can not say what it would have been. Jim AV. B., El Paso, Tex. Pan Zaretas best record at three-quarters of a mile is 1:10, with 110 pounds up, which is considerably better than Blind Baggages best time at the distance. J. C. A., New York. N. Y. Previous reply" incorrect. At Belmont Park, October 5, 1905, Sailor Boy, 104 pounds, defeated Broomstick, 120 pounds and Louis H., 116 pounds at a mile and an eighth in 1:52 by a head. 1 to 12 on Broomstick. L. C. K., New Orleans. La. A parlay Sept. 10 on Straight Forward in the third race at Belmont and Corn Tassel in the fourth at Belmont, won on Corn Tassel and was a draw on Straight Forward. Hanobala had no connection witli the matter.

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