Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-22

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES C. S., Lcuisville, Ky. D. Jones had his first winning mount on Verbena August 29, 1C23, at the Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Ky. C. N. C, Camp Dennison, O. Sorry, but the back numbers named are not to be had, either at this office or the New York office. F. H. D., Milwaukee, Wis. The parlay to show of December 1G on Fulanti. Hereafter. Lady Astor, Apricot and Blind Baggage won. It made no difference in the matter whether Lady Astor finished first or last, because there was no show betting on her race and the parlay was void on her. Geo. J., Kansas City, Mo. Do not care to express opinions concerning a matter which might have happened, but did not. When, if ever, a case of that kind comes up, a decision will have to be rendered that will be a precedent. There is also the chance that a run-off would settle the matter. All this meaning in mutuels only. In bookmaking there would be no question.

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