Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-27

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. L. W., Louisville, Ky. Straight Forward was 1 to 2 to show in his race of August 19. II. P. R., Louisville, Ky. Wagers on Star Court in race 43422 were draws, the horse not starting. F. A. M., Milwaukee, Wis. Lookout was in the same ownership as Boundless and ran ccnpled with him in the American Derby of 1S93. A. M., Chicago, 111. Because Western Duke won. The matter is fully explained at the top of page 44 and on pages 47 and 48 of the Manual. A. 15., Nashville, Tenn. The Prix do Diane French Oaks of this year was won by Quenouille, with Fausta second and Reiiic Pedauque third. J. B. R., Louisville, Ky. In making a parlay if one wishes to inclose a ccupled entry he must say so, naming one horse of the entry would not be sufficient. A. B., Lawrenceburg, Ind. A parlay August 10 on AVar Kiss and His Choice would have lost. Parlays are decided by the running of the horses named in them". I. G., Louisville, Ky. Spearlenes first winning race was at Latonia October IS, 1917, a dash of three-quarters of a mile, which he won in 1:13 from Jack Stuart, Duke of Savoy and seven more two-year-olds. R. W., Chicago. 111. Such percentages would seldom be seen if there was open bookmaking, but are to be expected in the oral system. Your examples are. extreme, low percentages being frequent on New York tracks, as well as high percentages. Inquirer, Chicago, 111. Ethelbert and Jean Bereaud were of the same age. The two met in a "special sweepstakes when four-year-olds at Gravesend June 2, 1900, distance a mile and a quarter, 126 pounds each. Ethelbert was a S to 5 favorite and yron by six lengths . , . .

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