Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-25

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES t Communications without names ami addresses j will not be noticed nor answered. No answers i will be sent by mail and none by wire unless re- ply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Betting papers will not be calculated.. A. E. TL, Indianapolis, Ind. It was a draw. T. M. G., Windsor, Ont. Play On was the ! favorite in race 74898. A. G., New Orleans, La. Sister Susie ran 1 for the wager and it was a losing transaction. " P. C, Chicago, 111. Buddie Kean was 20 to , 100 to show in race 74S35, not 120 to 100. Make your own calculations accordingly. E. V. P., Detroit, Mich. Jockey C. Thompson has been riding with skill and success this 5 year over the British-Columbia and Calgary tracks. J. C. P., Cincinnati, O. It was a losing : parlay. A limit has nothing to do with 1 such cases, except to define the most that can 1 be won. E. J. D., Chicago, 111. It has long been the 5 rule that when a horse passes into the starters control any and all accidents that may occur to it are at its backers risk. James 15., Chicago, 111. Payments on the 5 " Altawood-Fretwell dead heat are to be made 3 exactly, as at the track. The proven division , was made there in order to settle and nothing , remains to be done abroad. G. H. TL, Louisville, Ky. Regret started i once after winning the Kentucky Derby. This s was in the Saranac Handicap at Saratoga, Aug. 17, 1915. She won. Among- those unplaced to her that day was Zevs daddy, The B Finn. As a four-year-old, in 191C, she. ran H twice, losing once and winning once. As a , five-year-old she ran in four races, of which 1 she won three and was second in the other. She raced no more and is now in the stud.

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