Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-16

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES O O 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 is made at time of wiring query, o o J. n. B.. Kansas City, Mo. Not knowing the number of tickets sold do not know what the prices would have been had there been no dead heat. F. W.. Pullman, 111. The winning prices of 35 to 100 Tippo Sahib and 25 to 100 Rcgalo are the prices that were paid at the track after the proper division resulting from the dead heat had been made. A. B., Louisville, Ky. The dead heat between Regalo and Tippo Sahib was for first place only and did not affect place prices, they being payable as if no dead heat had occurred and at 50 to 100 on each. U. C. E., Cincinnati, O. You are right, of course. Such differences are perplexing, but when so wired from centers overnight there is no guard against them. The weights as published were those of official entries subsequently corrected for programs. Michael L., New Orleans. La. The incident inquired about occurred in 1916, not in 1917 or 1918. On February 12 of that yenr at the Fair Grounds, in a dash of three-auarters, Skcer Face, before the race, unseated his rider and, jumping over the inside fence, ran away among the stables before being caught. Then rah u lapped-on third lo Bringhurst and Hester Prynnc in 1:12 and running fastest of the three.

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