Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-19

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+ ANSWERS TO QUERIES W. P. E.. St. Louis, 111. Philamela is still a maiden. J. A. S.. New Orleans, La. Under the circumstances mentioned the layer should pay the limit of 15 to 1. R. E. L., Cincinnati, O. At Tijuana, April 2, Ask Jessies place price was 110 to 100, Kinglikes was 80 to 100 and Rifles 200 to 100. O. ML P.. Chicago, 111. True Flier was sold to S. S. Harris at Havana and ran as his property in race C1303. The Whitney entry in the race was Woodland and the parlay lost. L. H. M.. New Orleans, La, The "Costi-gan entry" in the Cuban Derby was Costi-gan and Olynthus. This entry finished last in the race. W. P. E.. St. Louis, HI. Philomela, bay mare foaled in 1914. by Armeath II. — Phyllis A., by Albert, was never raced and is consequently a maiden. H. W. and J. ML, Chicago 111. When George Smith won the Kentucky Derby of 1916 his mutuel tickets paid 415 to 100 straight, 140 to 100 place and 45 to 100 show. H. W. D.. Lexington, Ky. At Douglas Park, September 23, 1913, Iron Mask carried 127 pounds and ran three-quarters of a mile in 1 :10%. At the same track October 3, 1913, Leochares carried 109 pounds and ran the same distance in the same time. In each , case it was the best record of the horse for three-quarters over a Kentucky track.

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