Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-11

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ANSWEES TO QUERIES Communications without names and addrcEsei; will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will be eent by mall anil none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Betting papers -will not be calculated. A. M. E., St. Louis, Mo. Susiana was scratched and it was a draw. W. S., Chicago, 111. Tuanias show price in race 63010 was 215 to 100, as printed. "W. M. G., Chicago. 111. When Worth won the Kentucky Derby of 1912 his price was SO to 100. H. G., Chicago, Dl. No. A wager on in the fourth race at Hamilton, July 1, would have been a draw. R. D. D., Decatur, 111. A parlay on three horses would rest on two if one was scratched and on one if two were scratched. L. N. P., Hollis, L. I., N. Y. The matter inquired about has not been reduced to such a refinement of details as your query aims at. E. A. T., Hammond, La. There is no such rule, but there is a rule which says: "In all bets there must be a possibility to win when the bet is made." A parlay continues until a horse has lost, or, failing that, until there ha3 been action In the case of each horse named.

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