Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1917-08-17

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. C. 31., - Montreal, Que. See reply to H. L. W. J. B., Chicago, III. Wagers on Starwort singly, August 4, lost. M. B. C and E. M., Kansas City, Mo. Othello won a mile dash in. 1:39 at Havana, February 17, 1916. R. M., Chicago, 111. Dick Welles was a Avinner in muddy going. HaVe no record of the markings of Ben Chance. B. G., Detroit, Mich. Have never heard of Thornhill being a tubed horse. Do not know whether he is or not. W. D., Detroit, Mich. Old Rosebud opened at 2 to 1, closed at 13 to 5; High Cost opened at 2 to 1, closed at 13 to 5. V. C, New Orleans, La. A wager on Queen of the Water August 4, would only have won to show.i See reply to H. L. W. M. F. M Chicago, 111. Lucien Appleby was ridden by W. Buchanan in the Wheeler Handicap won by Flying Torpedo. J. O. T., Cheyenne, Wyo. The only horse of the name inquired about in the last three volumes of the Stud Book is Blarney Stone, ch. c, foaled in 1309, and . bred by James R. . Keene-at - Castleton- Stud. He does not appear to have raced and was by Hippodrome Maid of Erin. Gus F., Bellevue, Ky. A place parlay August 11 J1,1,.1"-, S- T"nipson Whitney entry, Spur and Coltons entry, would have won. Geo. 1$., Cincinnati, O. In her racing career to date, Water Witch has won six races. Ghetto Girl is a bay mare, by Ben Brush Debacle. Victor B., New Orleans, La. Sedan, a well-known three-year-old, was not entered in any race last Saturday and a wager on him would have been a draw when made. v- L- Chicago, III. A place parlay August 11, on Miss Kruter and Annchen would have won on Annchen only, being void as to Miss Kruter because there was no separate place price against her. II. L. W.j New Orleans, La. Wagers on Sliss Kruter singly Saturday, August 11, would have lost. Wagers on a single horse of a coupled entry are decided by its running, except in localities where they will only be accepted on the entry. t V TA " Kokm. Ind. A parlay August 6 on Lady Rotha and others stood on the others after she was scratched. The reply you refer to was not concerning a parlay, but referred to an if coming proposition, stipulating "if Lady Rotha wins.."

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