Clarence Mackay Gives Bond., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-23


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CLARENCE MACKAY GIVES BOND i iLexington Lexington Ky October 22 Circuit Judge Watts Parker this morning accepted an unlimited bond from a fidelity company and ordered that the thor oughbred horses and other property of Clarence II Mackay at Kingston Farm be released from tlie at ¬ tachment taken by R L Baker owner of the farm under a suit filed in the Circuit Court labt Saturday In 19Q5 Mr Mackay took a lease on tlie Kingston Farm property of 201 acres for five years at an annual rental of S500 May 1 1907 114 acres were added to the farm and this was leased for three and onehalf years at 1000 April 23 1009 Mr Mackay entered into an agreement with Mr Baker to renew tlie lease on the entire prop ¬ erty including household furnishings valued at 7500 for another five years beginning November 1 1910 Subsequently Mr Mackay made up bis mlud to ship liis horses to France and instructed Manager Charles F Hill to come to some agreement with Mr Baker about the new lease if possible Messrs Baker and Hill failed to agree Mr Hill proceeded with preparations for the shipment of the horses next Wednesday tlie sailing date having been fixed for October 12 Mr Baker fearing that the farm might be thrown back upon his hands after Mr Mackay had removed his horses brought suit for a guaranty of payment of 10500 November 1 1910 and indemnity for rent and expenses for five years from that date to the amount of 81900 81900Manager Manager Hill announced today that the stallion Meddler and Sanders thirtyone mares and sixteen weanlings will be shipped next Wednesday to New York to take tlie steamship Minnewaska on Satur ¬ day They will IKJ consigned to Charles Carroll Mr Mackays European representative at Fitz James Stud Clenuout Oise France The mares to go are Admiration Audience Ballantrae Brilliantine Cor ¬ rection Explosion Flocarline Gunfire Hatasoo Heartache Irish Eyes Irish Ivy Kamara Lady Winifred Mauzana Miss Ellie Mistress Penn Reina Rotha Schulamite Sloe Spectrum Strikea Light Siiisun Trigger Wheatear Won by Waiting Gouttc dOr Hester Prime Flcur dOr and Loch Lee Eleven of the weanlings are by Meddler two by Rock Sand and one each by Hastings Star Ruby and Runastar RunastarHenry Henry McDaniel arrived here today from Canada with six horses including Polls and Light Wool and has taken charge of h5s string of twelve at the Ken ¬ tucky Association track The youngsters were being broken by Mr McDaniels nephew Walter I Sco field who Is ill with typhoid fever Mr McDnnlel will remain here for the next thirty or forty days

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