Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-03

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES Joe M., Chicago, 111. Happy Go Lucky was third in race 75544. L. B. L., Cincinnati, Ohio, and others. Bets on Miss Nantura in race 74470 lost. W. A. H., Chicago, 111. The Gadfly won at 20 to 1 at the Harlem track September G, 1904. . A. B. N., Palm City, Calif. The Rascal is a bay horse, foaled in 190S, by Sempronius Naughty, by Hanover. Harry L., Cincinnati, O. Helen Cooks show price iir race 77514 was .60 for ?2 tickets, or SO to 100. C. C, Chicago, III. Wheaton was the favorite in race 77117. Place and show prices would not be factors, unless an agreement made them such. C. IT., Niagara Falls, N. Y. The wager on Lottie Loraine was a draw, neither party knowing the race had been declared off and a new one substituted. A. S. and E. Z.f Cleveland, O. The backer of Bedazzle won, a price having been laid and accepted at the time and Little Hope s name not appearing in the entries. A. M., Kansas City, Mo., and others. There was no single straight favorite in race 77575, John T. D. and Mad Boy being joint favorites at the same average price. Wagers "across the board" on the favorite would be paid on John T. D. place and show. Mark G., St. Louis, Mo. Extremely improbable Frank Jordan ever rode a horse for Barney Schreiber over the Bay District track. That track was abolished late in 1VJ5. Prior to that Felix Carr had been Schreibers jockey in his Bay District racing. R. J., Louisville, Ky. Wagers on Zing singly or on the K. M. Hollenbeck entry in race 77643 would have won. The fact that Gold Bryan had been sold and was not a part of the Hollenbeck entry operated just as if she had been scratched. No replies by telegraph. A. E. R., Indianapolis, Ind. No. For the sake of winning much for little a parlay is a contract between the backer and layer that two or more horses will do certain specified things. If they do what they are named to do the parlay wins, but if one of them fails the parlay instantly terminates and is lost. The layer has his right to have the matter go through until there has been action in the case of each horse named. A limit has no effect on the matter, other than to defino the utmost that tan be won.

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