Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-23

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES Communications without names and addresses 1 will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will be sent by mail and none by wire unless re- ply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Retting papers will not be calculated. D. Cincinnati, O. As a rule the mutuels are more favorable to backers in dividends and percentages than the books. J. A. S., Chicago, 111. Have no figures as to the deficiencies of the "about" distances on the short tracks inquired about. D. T. B., Evansville, Ind. Because it was at a price laid and accepted at the time, with Little Patsy out, the wager should be paid. E. E. D., Chicago, 111. Since the entries stood a parlay would have stood over the postponement also, unless a demand to call it off was made in good time before the first race was run. Henry J., Louisville, Ivy. Daily Pacing Form reaches both Havana and Tijuana, but, necessarily, not on the day of publication. Cannot say as to the posting of "approximate," but suppose it is done in some manner. R. J. J., Chicago, 111. Salvator and Tenny met in four races. Salvator won tlicm alL In three of them Isaac Murphy rode Salvator and "Snapper" Garrison was on Tenny. In the other J. McLaughlin rode Salvator and Ted Littlefield guided Tenny. II. L. C, Vincennes, Ind. The bet on Dan Boiling became a draw when he was scratched. Whether Fayelle won or lost made no difference after he was scratched. If he had remained in and Fayelle had won the wager would have won, being on the entry, with Dan Boiling to go.

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