Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-09


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES 1 * Communications without names and addresses | will not lie noticed nor answered. No answers j ! will be sent by mail and none by wire unless re- I ply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. I I Betting papers will not be calculated. 1 1 Frank W., Omaha, Neb. Chart of the race will be republished. C T. V., CoviiiKton, Ky.. and others. Cherokee Lee ran a srood race la the Coffroth Handicap and finished sixth. Roy B.. Kast St. I. on is. 111. The American Racing Manual, published at this office, contains the diagrams inquired about. Thomas B., hie-ago. 111. Bonnie Joe, by Kaustus — Bonnie- ltose. by Bonnie Scotland. Ildrim, by Kingston — l.ibbie L... by Bramble. C. F., Chicago. 111. Since the field was the favorite and the field is not laid against lucally, it appears to be a case of no action. J. B. O., Calesburg, III. Since the Bowie entries stood over unchanged, wagers made stood over also, until the races there were run. A. C. W.. Springfield. O. A parlay of April 1 on Super J.ady entry and Fort hurcliill would have won as a single bet on Fort Churchill, being void as to Sup»»-l.udy entry because Super Lady was scratched. B. F. V.. Louisville, Ky. There is no reliable ri-cord of measurements establishing an average for the length of stride of the raCC li.irsi- in action. It has been related from time to time that this and that hOTM could and did stride a certain numbe: of feet work.

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