Claims and Sales, Daily Racing Form, 1932-10-10


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CLAIMS AND SALES $ $ Mrs. Olive Curtis claimed Renaissance from J. J. Robinson out of Fridays sixth race at Jamaica for ,500. John Harris has acquired the plater Make Believe. He will be shipped to New York to perform at the Empire City meeting. The Paramount Stable, at private terms, sold to W. A. Gallagher the two-year-olds West Main, American Joy and Vested Power. They will be left in charge of trainer George Aryin. Rbscoe Goose purchased at private terms from I. Kort the filly Missie, and Kort will ship Jodie K. to Latonia. Later Kort Is taking up the two-year-old Billof air and a yearling filly. Acting for the Greentree Stable, J. Middle-ton sold the two-year-olds Catwalk, Sweet Flag and Sizzling to A. Pelleteri. The following claims have been registered since the session opened last Monday: Sweeping Light, M. J. Lacey, ,000; Morris Fox, O. Blank, ,000; Ming Sun, W. H. Den-ham, ,500; Modern Times, L. H. Miner, ,500.

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