Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-18

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I 5 : • 1 f , ANSWERS TO QUERIES S. A.. Chicago, 111. The wager of June S on Bond was a draw. J. V. H. and E. IX, Chicago, 111. See reply to W. O. L. It was a dra.w. C. S. M., Covington. Under the circumstances the parlay of May 26 was a daw. J. L. D.. Chicago, 111. Crack o DawaS place price was correct as published. Witn only three horses in the race little could be expected. H. B.. Chicago, 111. The Actress place prfc e has been corrected already. Her prices v re MIS to 100 straight, 410 to 100 place, 155 to IM show. G. C. K.t Marion. Ind. Woodie Montgom-. ery ran as tire separate property of F. R. Irwin Jura it, and was no part of the c. B. Irwin entry. W. O. S.. St. Louis. Mo. It was a draw. A wae !" on a horse in a race from which it was Si retched dees not follow it to a substitute race In which it was entered after-aard. J. T. B.. Nashville. Tenn. McChesney was a chestnut horse, by Macduff — Maaola Mason, by Top Gallant. Iron was a bay or brown gelding by Disguise — Royal Rose, by Royal Hampton. J. P. F., Le-xington, Ky. Tf the person who took the field against Exterminator did not stipulate for two or more starters against Exterminator he was represented by the single that did start for his wager. R. E. S.. Nashville, Tenn. The last volume of the Stud Book was published in 1920. Another will be published as soon as sufficient material has accumulated. There is no set time for the issuance of the Stud Book. Chas. R., Chicago, 111. There are two horses in racing named Last Chance, one now racing in Canada and the other at Omaha. One is a nine-year-old, the other a five-year-oid. The latter will be Last Chance II. hereafter. In the meantime if wager was made on Last Chance at Omaha the result would depend on the running of the horse there. Conversely, the same as to the horse at Dufferin Park. * . i ■I I I t • - t . 1 a J. l f

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