Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-14

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES - , | Communications without names nnd addresses j | will not be noticed nor answered. No answers j I will be sent hy mail and none by wire unless re- j ! ply prepayment is made at time of wiring query, j j Hetting papers will not be calculated. I J. W.. St. I.ouis, Md. There was no Bronx Stable entry in race 78260. won by Wild Heather. Bets on that entry were draws. C. J. S., Kalamazoo, Mich. No to both queries. Wm. CI., Cleveland. O. Foyle had belonged to Cosden, but had been sold before tlie race and Roller ran for backers of the Cosden entry. Similar cases crop up frequently in each years racing. M. T., Chicago, III. and others. It was Sir John Jr. and not John Jr. that was entered and ran in this race. Backers of John Jr. have draws coming. W. B. R., Lexington. Ky. The Latonia track is much faster than the Bowie track. The latter is probably the slowest mile track in the United States. C. P., St. Louis. Mo. New Hampshire is a four-year-old bay colt, by Cranite- Annagh, by Broomstick. H. I.. Blue Island. 111. See reply to M. T. Geo. S., Chillicothe, O. As worded the wager was on the Cosden entry, with Foyle to go as a member of that entry. As he did in t do so the wager was a draw. L. N.. New Orleans. I.a. It lost. The netting stood as the horses finished.

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