Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-22


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES I Communications without names and addressr* j will not be noticed nor answered. No answer* will be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Betting papers will sot be calculated. i , 1 E. W.. Detroit, Mich. Admission at Pimlico is . E. A. P., New Orleanss, Ln. NO replies by telegraph. Price would have been less J. L. R.. Evan.sville, Ind. A heavy track is also always a muddy track. The wager stood. M. A. M.. Los Angeles. Cal. Any book of racing rules defines the matters you inquire about. D. M., Chicago. 111. Wagers on John Jr. in the race inquired about were draws, he not being in the race. W. J. J.. Akron, O. The parlay was void as to the Bronx entry and simply won as ■ single wager on Fighting Cook. W. H. S., Chicago, III. The claiming was under eastern rule*. F. Lee rode Kama in the raee inquired about. No overweight. Kmil D.. Montreal. Can. Sorry, cannot inform you. The books were official at Havana and only pay-off prices in mutuels were sent out. J. Q. and others. Dayton. O. Trans Miller is a bay gelding by Transvaal Hose Miller and was foaled in 1911. Was of little account in racing. B. A. C, Omaha, Neb. Hawthorne track is somewhat faster than Omaha. The latter ranks with Empire City, Devonshire Park and Maple Heights. M. R., Middletown, O. Having accepted the wagers, the layer should pay. atonal Luck nesjM have been put into a dozen differ*-: t parlays with propriety. C. C M.. Cincinnati. O. As the ract- was run Roller was the Cosden entry and ran for all wagers on that entry. Foyle had been sold and ran for another owner. C. M. N. Chicago, 111. On toe face of your statement the matter was in time, provided th.- times you give were all Chicago time. The bearing of this is that Havre dc Qraea time is an hour earlier than Chicago time, for instance. .I.i • b Z.. Chicago. 111. O A. Cxhran9 colors are green, gold hoops, grf-en cap. _. 1. Wideners, light blue, dark ho ps. dark blue hoops on sleeves, dark blue cap ; second colors light blue. Bedwell not r gi.-tered with the Jockey Club. A. F. S., Birmingham. Ala. When an owner has two or more hc.rses in the same raee and declares to win with one the riders on his other horse or horses can restrain their mounts to permit the selected one to win, if in a position to do so.

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