Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1908-02-22

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will, any answers be sent by mail.] J. P. K., Chicago. The distance in race 73262 should have read three furlongs. A P. M., Chicago. Notter is to ride for James it. Keene. Cannot say as to other engagements. Mr. Dunne Is not an official of any track. If he owns stock in any it is his own private affair. Ben M.. Chicago. Such a decision. In effect, was made in connect ion with that race. . K. :.. Chicago. Hamburg won the Brighton Cup at two and one-quarter miles Frank S.. Toronto. Ont. The track at New Orleans February U was safe and good to race over. , but slow from the time standpoint. C. F. II.. Shawnee, Okl.t. You should have taken your ticket at the time the wager was made. Either side may declare a bet off in advance of the event. : J. K., Chicago. A bet in advance of the races on several horses with a price laid is a combination, and formerly, when combination betting was in vogue, would have been play or pay, even losing by a scratch of one of the horses. The present practice is to give the bettor a run for his money. Unless there was a definite understanding that it was a combination and not a parlay, the better way would be to treat it as the latter, in which case it would simply be a draw, no show prices being laid. This matter was dealt with in a previous reply to the bettor, where the circumstances were not clearly understood.

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