Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-15

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. H. R. R., Ironton, O. The figures named would compound into a return of 5.84 for . F. D. V.. Chicago. 111. Eastin and Larabie, racing as tlie Montana Stable, owned Spokane when he defeated Proctor Knott in the Kentucky Derby of 1889. L. B.. Cincinnati, O. Put and Calls was six years old when he won his first race, a dash of a mile and a quarter at Empire City October 15, 1918. R. F. W., Conclunati, O. The transaction was on the races when they were to be run, which was on Tuesday, and to be paid if winner on that day. If the horses had lost there would have been no suggestion of a return of "scratch money." C. M. E., Cincinnati, O. At present Dreyer leads the Havana riders in number of races won, with Kelsay second and Murray third, their respective records being forty, thirty-six and thirty-four races.

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