Re-Elect Kentucky Association Officers, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-07


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RE-ELECT KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Lexington, Ky., December G. At the annual meeting of "the stockholders of the Kentucky Association today, all of the directors were re-elected and they in turn re-elected Catesby Woodford, president: G. D. Wilson, secretary, and Younger Alexander, treasurer. Messrs. P. J. Dwyer; Thomas Monahan, Louis Martini, Thomas Welsh and Max Hirsch. all of New York, and "Canada Jack" Adkins, trainer for R. J. Mackenzie, are here. Messrs. Dwyer. Monahan and Welsh came with the expectation of meeting Price McKluney, of Cleveland, and visiting with him his Wyckliff Stud of thoroughbreds at Kingston Farm, but an accident to Mrs. McKinncy, whose automobile was wrecked by a Cleveland Interurban car. detained Mr. McKluney at home. Jack Adkins left hero touight for Pleasanton, Cal. He has been at French Lick Springs for several days and came here to have a look at the horses he has turned out In this vicinity. Barney Schreiber arrived here last night from Sedalia, Mo., to see if he can lease, with the privilege of purchase, a farm near Lexington. If he can he will sell his Missouri farm and transfer his horses here. He will go shortly to Charleston to make book for the remainder of the winter. Hal Price Headley has purchased the broodmare Miss Finch from O. H. Chenault.

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