Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-22

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES 1 C10,nmu1I« Da without names and addntna I will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will I De sent by mail and none by wire unless reply ura-! payment is made at time of wiring anew Bet-[ ting papers will not be calculated" D. W. D.. Indianapolis, Ind. Do not know of any sin h publication. ■ J. A. G.. Grand Rapids, Mich. Tijuana returns will continue to he published as at present. J. B., Saskatoon. Sask. Can onlv suggest yon write to the Calcutta Turf Club for ihe desired information. R. G. K.. Kansas City. Mo. Both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes will be run on Saturday, May 13. Geo. S.. Chicago, III. Under the circumstances stated there was no Polk entry and any wagers on it would have been void. W. F. G.. Nashville, Tenn. Ten Broeck started in the Kentucky Derby of 1875 and was oue of those which ran unplaced. E. R., Chicago. 111. To date Belle of Elisabeth-town has started in sixteen races at the present Havana meeting, of which she won seven. Earl II., Newport, Ky. George Mountain was a well-known jockey and a good rider. Think it probable he rode over Queen City track, but do not say positively. J. T. D., Carruthersville, Mo. The six leading jockeys of 1921 in number of races won were: 0 I.ang. L. Penman, B. Marinelli, E. Sande, L Fator and W. Hinphy. A. S., Chicago, 111. Eastward Princess had never won a race prior to her success at Mobile March 10. T. at., Chicago, 111. J. Jj. Respess is among those living and doing well. A. S. T., St. Louis, Mo., and others elsewhere. Index numbers in the past performances are now being set in larger type, easily discernible to the eye and improving the appearance of the matter presented. a ♦-

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