Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-02

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AITSWESS TO QUERIES Sam R., Chicago, 111. Trysters first defeat came in the Kentucky Derby. Frank B., Louisville, Ky. Whisk Broom IX carried 139 pounds when he won the Suburban Handicap in 1913. T. S. L., Mobile, Ala. A wager on Sailing B. in the race inquired about was a winner, being on the J. K. L. Ross entry with Sailing B. to go. Joe W., Oakland, Cal. In all Dick Welles started in twenty-two races, of which he won seventeen, was second in one, third in two and unplaced in two. Paul T. S.. Chicago, 111. Similar cases j crop up now and then and are annoying. But in such cases no mistakes can override the facts of the race. E. C. C, Chicago, HI. The Baker-Perkins entry in the Kentucky Special was John Finn and Thibodaux. A wager on that entry would have won on Thibodaux. J. J. C, Chicago, 111. The rules governing central western racing are those of the Kentucky State Racing Commission. Write to the secretary, Lexington, Ky. Eastern rules are those of the Jockey Club ; address Algernon Daingerficld, secretary, 18 East 41st st, New York. Samuel CX, Chicago, I1L Generally speaking if a layer accepts a wager he should pay if it wins. The exception may be in a case where there Is good reason to think the backer knew the result when the bet was made. In the case named there was no reason for not paying on John Finn at least t

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