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Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale Recap

Call Me Cole sells for $180,000 to top the two-day sale.

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Call Me Cole sold for $180,000 on Saturday to top the two-day Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale in Oklahoma City.

Javier Alvarez Jr. signed the ticket for Call Me Cole, a 4-year-old winning and graded stakes placed son of Corona Cartel consigned by Lazy E Ranch LLC, agent. The stallion has earned $298,122 from 14 starts, and he ran third in champion J Fire Up's 2017 Los Alamitos Two-Million Futurity (G1).  Call Me Cole is also a full brother to 2019 Ruidoso Futurity (G1) winner Uncle D.

Click here for a complete recap of the sale.

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