Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-31

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1 1 ANSWERS TO; QUERIES Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Betting papers will not be calculated. A. T. B., -Chicago, 111. Yes ; Harry Bur-soyne raced in Canada in 1021. C. C, St, Louis, Mo. G. Babin rode Magic Reed in the race inquired about; M. B. McC., Jefrersohville, Ind.. . Macbeth ivas the favorite in race C1070 at 280 to 100 J. S M., MHton. O. The horses, which ran in the fifth: race at Saratoga,- vAugust 22, were duly, entered in that race the day before and published overnight as such entries. A Avager on the post favorite would have been on Leigh ton and a winner., M. M. My St. Louis, Mo. The: track was heavy at Saratoga, August 2C. The designation -"good" in the case of the fourtlj, raco was an error that has been corrected;- L. M. R., New Orleans, La. The. jvager on Damoris lost. An impression thatj the horse belonged to a certain man had no bearing on the matter, unless it was expressly stipulated should belong to that man, or no bet. TV. S. T., Newport, Ky. Jack Hare, Jr. did not start in a race October G, 1920. But he did start in a race at Latonia, October 7, 1920, and won it, followed in order by Blue Paradise, Minute Man, Dodge, Dr. Carmen. Beaming Beauty and Normandie. T. D. R., Chicago, 111. Although neither person had Blue and Gold in contemplation when the Avager on the Madden entry was made, the horse had become the property o? Madden and rdn in his name. Under the circumstances, had it won, the backer would have been entitled to payment, but lost, be- cause it was beaten.

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