Claims and Sales, Daily Racing Form, 1932-09-28


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I CLAIMS AND SALES Following his winning effort in the second race at Lincoln Fields Monday, Nusakan returned to the stable of J. D. Mikel, who claimed him from T. R. Marteeny for ,200. J. T. Johnson paid 25 for the two-year-old False Piety, which was sold at auction in the Fairmount paddock before the first race Tuesday. Lovers Chat, the other juvenile offered by W. A. Tory, went to E. Still-man for 0. The B. B. Stable claimed Cabezo from Mrs. W. T. Anderson for ,000 out of the . third race Monday at Aqueduct.

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