Claims and Sales, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-11


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, . i : CLAIMS AND SALES : : : The Peconic Stable lost the three-year-old Song Hit when Joseph Madonia claimed the son of Dress Parade at News Orleans for ,500. W. C. Westmoreland, A. Ketchell, F. Murphy, G. E. Phillips and Jack Howard de-i posited claims for Zevar. In the draw Howard secured the colt, which was entered for ,500. Mrs. V. Mighell purchased from J. Dondas the three-year-old Fred Auerbach. The Bagenbaggage colt was turned over to J. Driscoll to train. Song Hit, claimed by Joseph Madonia, was taken over by A. Gaignard to train. Gaignard recently purchased BideWee for his own account. The horses Noels Dress, Lord Valentine and Fair Legion, formerly raced by H. D. Walker, have been acquired by J. F. Thrif-filey and turned over to David Vititoe to train. Royal Yeoman was claimed by Evelyn Drummet at Agua Caliente for 00. .: Please was claimed out of Mondays sixth race at Tropical Park by P. B, Codd !for ,000. ; Voltear was claimed at Agua Caliente by J. W. Wilkes for ,000. Two horses were claimed recently at Agua Caliente by M. W. Breshnen, who took Bertrand for ,000, while Miss Evelyn Drum-met claimed Royal Yeoman for 00.

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