Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-27

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES T. T., Houston, Tex. A wager on a horso in a race in which it was not entered would be a draw. B. S. V., Chicago, 111. The horses named by you were not coupled and belonged to different owners. C. W., Chicago. 111. In race S0212 Marble and Bethlehem Steel were not coupled and did not belong to the same owner. Chas. S., Chicago, 111. Superlette did not come into the parlay, which wen as a two-horse parlay on Shuffle Along and Lee O. Cotncr. N. M. E., Chicago. III. A sufficient answer is that when Old Rosebud won the Kentucky Derby in 1914 his price was 85 to 100. Further back, in 1881, Hindoos mutuel tickets paid ?6.60. J. A. B., Chicago, m. Claude, a bay colt by Lissak Lida II., was the property of M. J. Daly, who was a brother of "W. C. Daly, otherwise called "Father Bill." tha "Sage of Hartford," and "Pegleg Bill," a man who in his time developed more jockeys of the highest rank than any man in American racing history

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