Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-12

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES I Communlcntlens without nnmes and addreeeea I will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will I be sent by mail and none by wlr» unless reply pre-I payment is made at time of wiring query. Bat-I ting papers will not be calculated. R. W. 6., Chicago. 111. The wager ou Myrtle A. was ■ draw. C. B. S.. Windsor. Out. This newspaper deals with the tlioroughbred solely and has nothing to do with harness racing. T. E.. New Orleans. La. A wager on Ouy in race 00041 February 4 was a draw. It was on the entry with Juy to go and when he was scratched was at once void. P. B. F.. Forest Park. 111. Deeds and not intentions wount in such cases. Had the horse backed won payment would have been due. It did not and nothing was coming. C. M. S.. Louisville. Ky. The parlay had to remain alive until there was action in the case of the other horse. Tlie parlay was on all the horse« and the limit had nothing to do with the matter, except to define what could be won, if it went through successfully. W. J. C, Chicago. Ill 111 Senator Irby ran as the property of Charles MeCafferty in the race won by Peytonia at Washington Park J. me SB, 1S84. 2 The match race at Garfield Park September 2S. 1891. between Ernest Race and Van Buren was won by Ernest Race. Hoggett rode him and 0. Weber was oo Van Boren.

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