Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-06

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. I Communications without names and addresses ! I will not Ik. noticed nor answered. No answers will ! be sent by mail and none by wile unless reply pre- i I payment is made at time of wiring query. Frank G.. Detroit. Mich. The disqualification of Valma made no change in wagers, which stand ::s tin- horses finished. K. .1. G.. Chero. 111. Big Three, by Glenelg — Ems, property of Ruddy Pius, of this city, was a good race horse in the early nineties and was raced succc-, fully over all the Chicago tracks. 11 - won twice at Washington Park in 1892. He does not appear to have taken part in jumping races. A. P. A.. New Orleans. La. At the Havana tnck both ill u tin N and books :ire in use :i rul the pri-es of both sy-ti ins ;ire 1 ublisheil. Settlements abroad are on the book prices unless it is agreed mutuel prices are to govern. In his race of December 28, then- was n-i iihoe or show p.-iccs against Piril Man ill the books. The "equivalent " prices quoted in this newspaper were niutiii 1 prices. T. J. W.. Denver. Colo. It Claiming appertains !■ a class of races whereby horses in the race can be claimed after it is over for a stated sum by persons ether than the owner. 2 Allowances are ex-y res, ions in the conditions of a race giving horses reductions in weight for reasons stated. 3 A mutual field is two or more horses grouped and sold on one ticket, which wins if any horse so grouped wins. 4 I Cannot identify the firm from your indefinite description. The American Racing Manual contains several handicapping systems. I

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