Kinston Farm to R. L. Baker: Arranges to Take over J. W. Corrigans Lease on Property-Miss Daingerfields Plans Unknown, Daily Racing Form, 1917-12-25


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KINGSTON FARM TO R. L BAKER Arranges to Tako Over J. "W. Corrigan s Lease on Property Miss Daingerfields Plans Unknown. Lexington, Ky., December 24. R. L. Baker, it was stated today, has arranged with James W. Corrigan to take over the lease on Kingston Farm, which lie owns. Under the terms of the lease, Corrigan could not sublet the farm to anyone without Bakers sanction and the land could not be cultivated. As a result of the tenancy of Corrigan and Mc-Kinncy, Baker, in addition to the annual rental of ,560, has profiled to the extent of improvements valued at about 0,000. Baker has not announced what use he will make of the farm, after the sale of the Corrigan thoroughbreds on January 15. Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield, under whose management the farm and Wickliffe Stud has been entrusted, has made no announcement of her plans for the future, but the probabilities are that she and her sisters will invest their savings in a small farm near Lexington. John Whalen, trainer of the Wickliffe Stable, has gone to New York for the holidays, but will return to Lexington to direct the handling of the horses for the sale. Al Ilalberg, assistant trainer, is having the horscs that came over from Louisville exercised daily on the grass and they will be ready to go into training from the day of the sale.

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