Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-11

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES C. McK., St. Louis, Mo. Jack Atkin was bred and foaled at Barney Schreibers Wood-lawn Farm, near St. Louis. He did not race over St. Louis tracks for the reason that racing there was discontinued in 1905, when he was only a yearling. C. F. S., Detroit, Mich. Have no record of any such claiming. Know nothing about the person inquired about. E. G., Chicago, 111. Propped means that horse stiffened his muscles and stood still when the other horses started in the race. E. J. M., Chicago, 111. Repeat your query and state when and where the races took place. Springfield, 111., and others elsewhere. The wager on Nogales in race 85990 won and should be paid. The transposition of the last two races did not change the entries in any way and was a matter within the authority of the track officials. C. A. S., Detroit, Mich. The opening price on Shingle Shack should have read C to 1. Joe D., Nashville, Tenn. When a layer takes a wager the presumption is that he understands his business and if it wins he should pay. This even when, as in this case, a part of it, the parlay, Avas irregularly made. Newton, Chicago, 111. It would be a draw as soon as the horse was scratched. W. B. W.. Chicago. It seems a matter to be settled by the backer and layer, but under the circumstances 3 to 5 would be about fair. - 3 J - j p 1 t 1 " I r f e n. r 1 I 3 r-

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