Answer to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-25

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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 prepayment. Is made at time of wiring query. Betting papers will not be calculated. S. II., Rushville, Ind. See reply on same matter in Daily Racing Form of August 23. W. D., Fort Wayne, Ind. Apparently the deal referred to must have been rescinded. C. J. J., New Orleans, La. Manale is racing his horses over the Vancouver, B. C, tracks. M. W. C, Detroit, Mich. No replies by telegraph. When Runquoi lost the parlay lost. A limit has no effect in such cases other than to define what can be won. F. K., Chicago, III. Simply mnltiply the prices together, keeping the original investment .in and deducting it at the end. The start for the second calculation would be .30 accumulated on You-need. J. L. B., Kansas, Mo. In a place or show parlay, when it turns out that there was no place price against a certain horse for the place for which it was backed, the parlay is void as to that horse, no matter where it finishes or what happens to it. A. L. B., Springfield, O. The last racing over Chicago tracks took place at Hawthorne in the summer of 1910. Lady Luxury was a two-year-old in 1917 and won her first race at Grand Rapids, Mich., of that year. At the end of each meeting this newspaper publishes its statistics, including the percentage of winning favorites. -Clms. L.. Buffalo, X. Y. Since Photoplay won there could be no controversy about the wager on her. It should be paid. The "if coming" place wager on Bygone Days was defective in that no sum was mentioned to go on him. But the bookmaker took a wager on him of some amount and he should at least allow it to be as much as was on Photoplay and pay accordingly. Pat I.. Xow Orleans, La. 1 Minute Man was not an added starter. See reply covering the case in paper of August 23. 2 The race won by Cimarron was a stake race. In the East starters can lie added in stake races up to a specified time bifore the race and people away from the track are bound to keep that fact in mind. Layers now generally operate under the rule that added starters run for the book.

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