Kansas City Race Track Affairs: Why the Receiver Was Appointed Place to be Kept Up, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-05


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KANSAS CITY RACE TRACK AFFAIRS. Why the Receiver Was Appointed Place To Be Kept Up. F.dward Corrigan left last night for Lexington 1 and will divide bis time until going south between the farm there nndLouisville, where all his horses which will be sent to Xew Orleans, are quartered. They are now being given their preliminary work by "June" Collins on the Churchill Downs track and Collins will continue to train them for Mr. Corrigan during the winter. Mr. Corrigan expects to ship south about tiie middle of the month. He will not have a regular stable jockey this year, but will get riders for bis horses from among the boys at the track. In speaking of the application made by him for the appointment of a receiver for the Kansas City track, Mr. Corrigan said the press dispatches hardly stated the facts of the matter. The receivership was granted for the purpose of permitting about 1907.sh0,000 wortli of the real estate, contiguous to the grounds, but not a part Of or necessary for its use, to be sold. The track anil buildings will remain intact and kept in good repair. The receiver appointed is James F. Ilalpin, a nephew of Mr. Corrigan. who represented a majority of the stockholders in the proceedings taken to conserve the property and eliminate some unnecessary expenses.

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