Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-17

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES R. W. M., Cincinnati, O. At New Orleans prices are shown on a program held up for inspection. II. G. G., Chicago, 111. When a horse runs a dead heat, which is not run off, money wagered on it in bookmaking is added together and divided equally between the layer and backer. Thus, if its price was 2 to 1 a dollar bet on it would become three dollars, of which each party to the affair would take a dollar nnd a half. If living, Sir Blaise is probably in the stud out west somewhere. His last start in a race was in 1910 at New Orleans as the property of W. P. Fine.

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