Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-13


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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 pre ¬ payment is made at time of wiring query Bet ¬ ting papers will not be calculated II M G Hamilton O It was a fast track when Donerail won the Kentucky Derby of 1913 1913P P E R Cincinnati O Dixie Carroll was sec ¬ ond choice in race 53729 53729M M J Belita Canada The Sportsman London published at Bridewell House Bridewell Place E C 4 is reliable reliableD D W Minneapolis Minn Chicago time is one hour ahead of standard time Comparative time at the different track is shown in each days charts chartsG G G M New Orleans La A wager on Calam ¬ ity Jane in race 510S5 would have been on the Whitney entry with Calamity Jane to go and would have been a draw because she did not run runE E II R Salt Lake City Utah Since Tryster won every race in which he started when a two yearold it is manifest he was not beaten by Prudery or any other horse horseII II P S French Lick Ind In the Derby chart the 34 sign stands for the end of the first mile in the running of the race with Careful then lead ¬ ing Tryster by a head headII II E W New Orleans LSI It is entirely for the layer to say whether he extends credit for an if coming wager when it is to come from a credit wager on which there was no action because it hud became a tlruw through scratching H F P Louisville Ky A wager on the Ran cocas Stable entry at Jamaica in the third of May 7 certainly would have won the entry being Krewer and Lord Brighton o which Krewer started and won wonJ J P gan Francisco Cal At the track May 1 you could have won nothing on a combination of Cahahin and De Land to show because there was no show betting in the race Away from the track all you could win was whatever a bookmaker might lay you

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