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


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CLAIMS AND SALES Acting for E. Tt. Bradley, Mono Coosman sold at private terms to Frank Beremba, tho horses Box Office, Bad News and Betty Shlnn. Bess Cloi wan claimed for ,400 at Havana by Mrs, E. Donemark. At private terms W. F. Taylor sold to F. Marrero the plater, Trappy. He will Ixj kept here for summer racing. Joseph Keller has acquired the three-year-old Brown Bonnet, by Paul Weidel Bosh, from among the home-brcds E. F. Prlchard sent here this winter. Mrs. A. G. Woodman purchased Dattncr and Ed Lark at sheriffs sale at the Fair Grounds Wednesday morning and A. G. Woodman will continue to look after their training. Mrs. Woodman paid ,000 for the two. Common was claimed out of Thursdays third race at Tropical Park by Frank Bray for ,500. J. Guarino purchased the veteran, Beau Wrack from Mrs. C. Graffagnini and he will race under the formers colors Friday. A Graffagnini is the trainer. S. N. Holman claimed Simple Singer from J. Marsch for ,500. Acting for C. V. Whitney, M. Goldblatt sold at private terms to Raymond Dohle, the three-year-old Bay Bloom and four-year-old Elysium. Tommy Root, trainer of the Dohle stable, acted for his employer. Beeson was claimed by L. P. McGinn for ,550. Beeson has been nominated for the Agua Caliente Futurity, to be decided Sunday. H. Fry sold the horse Lagrange to Rex Buck. Terms of the transaction were private. Thistle Pattie has been sold to T. J. Alcott. H. C. Rumage bought Polar Sea from Dr. A. G. Bavastro. Mrs. Emil Denemark sold J. McLarens Contract to S. Gorbet at private terms.

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