Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-01


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES _j [ Communications without names and addresses | j will not be noticed nor answered. No answer* j i | will be sent by mail mill none by wire unless re- j I ; l ly prepayment is made at time of wiring query, j j Betting papers will not be calculated. j A. S. W.. Chicago. 111. Correct, so far as we know. He is a speedy young horse. J. S. C, Chicago. 111. Delhimars prices were correct as published in this newspaper. John B. P., Chicago. 111. For such programs write to manager Matt J. Winn. Lhur-i chill Downs, i.ouisvilh. Ky. B. W., Detroit. Mich. Reply concerning admission at Pimlico was incorrect, b.-mg reliably informed that it is only .65. R. I.. W., Cleveland. O. In the sixth race at Columbus April 22 the horsese w.-nt to the iKist at :;.CJ and were off at 2:40 p. m. J. F. R.. Niagara Falls. N. Y. The wager on the Whitney In the racing inquired about became a draw when Swinging was scratched. E. C. Chicago. 111. Post positions are usually determined by lots, but that can be done when the entries are opened, as well as later on. G. E. B.. Chillicothe. O. It was a draw on the Cosden entry, because of the stipulation "Foyle to go," which meant Foyle to go aa a member of the Cosden entry or no Let. B. F.. Cleveland. O. The "if ccming" placa parlay on Moonraker. New Mampshire and Rinkey was on. there being more than enough coming from the June Flower scratch money to make it. R. F.. Chicago. 111. Any misinformation from the layer could not stand against the facts of the race. St. James was not scratched and beat Zev fairly, and you had a good race for your money.

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