Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-13

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. A. McG., Lexington, Ky. Have no account of the affair. V. E.. Detroit, Mich. When the transactions took place they were in connection with a race that was declared off and thereby were also declared off. Jess D. K.. Chicago. Write to Algernon Dainger-rield. assistant secretary of the Jockey Club. 18. East 41st St., New York. Do not have a record of the matter. Philip S.. Cincinnati. O. Certainly. A horse backed to win and show, or straight place and. show, wins all of the wagers if it finishes first and is not disqualified. F. B. M., Windsor. Ont. A wager on Prince Her-mis would only attach to him in the race in which his name appeared in the entries and would not follow him to another race, to whicii he might be an added starter, becoming :i draw when he was scratched from the race iu which bo was backed. J. W., Chicago. Gainsboroughs price.

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