Answers To Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1926-06-28


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES V. F. T., Cleveland, Ohio. — Presuniinjr you refer to June 5 instead of June 4, the parlay won place, but lost straight. M. J. W., Chicago, 111. — You should have been paid what was paid at the track, which was 140 to 100 for Rose Mist. The proper division had to be calculated ;it the track before payment could be made then, and the bookmaker had no business to do anything in the matter other than pay track prices. Joe G., Chicago, 111. — The show parlay won as a one-horse bet on the horse that won, being a draw on the horse that was "out" to show. The other bets won or lost according to the racing results. CI. M., Chicago, 111. — An entry is .me or more horses. Thus The Hovel was a Durnell entry; Smiling Jus and Holton wcr. another Iurn.-ll entry. Your mistake restricted your winnings to Th - Hovel. One has to I..- careful in such matters. Hill S., Chicago, 111. — No si:, li hOTM as Beauty in racing. It was on Cay j;.y II, alone. Hoy H. E., St. I,ouis, Mo. — Since time of running this race also counts in such matters, the extremely slight diff« r, n . laiined, if correct, would have no l.e.uin: ■ the result, but Daily Racing Forms was correct. D. II. R.. Cleveland. Ohio— It means the number of lengths in treat of the n •• I bona.

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