Sweeping Light for ,200, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-06


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i , • i - . » 1 - I • SWEEPING LIGHT FOR ,200 NEW YORK, N. Y., June 4.— A sale of f horses in training, held in the Belmont Park paddock before todays first race, under the auspices of the Fasig-Tipton Company, marked the passing of the Fair Stable from active participation in racing. Sweeping 3 Light, which went wrong in his early train- ; ing for the Derby, was the star of the sale. He was purchased by Max Hirsch for ,200. j- Hirsch, it is understood, was acting for Ogden Mills, Jr., and Mr. Pulitzer. Bidding | on the lots offered was disappointing and small prices were realized.

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