Answers to Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-28


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses I will not l e noticed u.«r auswered. No answers will | l»e sent by mail and none by wile unless reply pre- j I payment is made at time of wiring query. j L. B.. Hot Springs, Ark. Rend Daily Racing Form of March 25. C. E. S.. Chicago. No chance. The horse finished as published. Crump cannot ride at the weight mimed. M. R.. Covington. Your query has already been answered to others concerned in the matter. Koad-miister a veiage was 20 to l. K. L. I., and H. C. N.. Chicago. 111. Endurance by Right was a bay mare, fouled in 1K90, bud by Milton Young and itaned when she died, in 190 by Harry Payee Whitney, she was by laspeetar B. - h.-nly Moin. by Silvester. R. H. N.. Detroit, Mich. Auriga was disqualified at Windsor. Out., August Is.. last, for being one and one-half pounds short of weight. After the disqualification the placed horses were: Ophelia W. Blue Fox and Be:iiintul Morn. .1 K. L., Louisville. Ky. The S.]50 Watercress — Pearl V. yearling. bought in 1914 by T. . Me Dowell. is now owned by K. F. Caraiaa sad raced iu 1915 an1 1910 ns Watercress II.. winning S30 in both seasons. Mr. Carman still owns him. The five highest pre eel yearlings of 1918 — two-yciir-olds now — were: Brown rait, by Bargoeaastet -Antipathv. if.".. 100; bay Colt, by Fitz Herbert -Mistress Peon, 80,000; brows colt, by King James —Mary Rtaart, ,000; rhestaaf filly, by Back Band — Audience, 80,900; bay rait, by Suudridge- Sw. « t Briar, ,oo0. a .,i«

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