Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-20

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES W. C. W., Chicago, III. The third race of last Saturday at Jefferson Park was a claiming handicap. L. M., Louisville, Ky. M. Garner rpde King Gorin when he won the Kentucky Handicap at Douglas Park in 1917. Jesse R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Spear Shots prices last Saturday were correct as published in Daily Racing Form, 600 to 100 straight, 160 to 100 place and 40 to 100 show. Frank M., Rochelle, 111. A show parlay of March 13 on Tuscola, Drapery and Faber won on Drapery and Faber, being void as to . Tuscola because there was no show price against her. A. L., Louisville, Ky. James R. Keene bred and raced Peter Pan. He is now the property of H.-P. Whitney. Sysonby won all of his races when a three-year-old and died in the course of the winter following.

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