Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-28

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i I i 1 i ANSWERS TO QUERIES . « — I Communication* without names and addreases ! will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will 1 be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre- I payment is made at time of wiring query. Bat-I tiug papers wilt not be calculated. i J. S. R .. Covington. Ky. It was .-, losing affair. H. Q. K.. Chicago. 111. It a- a draw. Thomas Mooahaa had parchaaed Billy Barton and Rebuke before the race, so there was no Ooldapple Stable entry la race 01008. Daaay P.. Chillicothe, Ohio The show parlay of Hatch S3 was ■ draw on Wedding Rrince be -canac than were no show prices in that race. It ■Mil on the other three horses nunied and was payable at their BhOW plies published. I"! link N . AriLley. N. Y. ior some unknown reason the Rftatacfcy .lo key club is vtthaMtos publication of Its stake entries other than tho--e in the Kentaeky Dabby. As soon as they are relased Dailv Baciag loi m will publish them from day to day. S. J. K.. Ciaetaaati, O.. and others elsewhere. As it was run there was no Fountain entry in HM I 01017 at Tijuana March L:». Rlack Top had been beaght by William Walker before the race and. v. ith hllstraaa Roily scratched, wagers on the entry «fie unrepresented and consequently were draws. W. R B„ I»uisville. Ky. The race in which Oii-y Lag defeated Black Servant in Canada last year was the Devonshire International Stakes, one and one eighth miles, inn at Devonshire Park July 30. Grey Lag carried llii pounds to TJ.t on Rlack Bgrraal aad won bias the latter by a head in 1:" 0.

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