Re Oxmoor Race 1949
friends brought plants, bulbs, and did all the work By Katherine T. Ilill Jefferson-town, a a turf, any kind of race interests a true Kentuckian until he is laid under the turf. Parties Begin Today A nonprofit organization, formed to encourage amateur racing, racing, the Oxmoor Steeplechase is part of the Midwest Circuit, Lowry Watkins, president of the association, said. With admission charges small, there is great need people, as well as animals, who plan to attend. Tommy Bullitt, Jr., will have as guests at his Oxmoor home, Burford Danner, Indianapolis, and Gilford Dudley, Nashville. Other prominent followers of this sport, who will attend the equine and social events, are Eugene Eugene Harris, Nashville; O. de Gray Vanderbilt, Jr. Cincinnati, master of the hounds at the Camargo stay with Mr. and Mrs. June Cronan. Visitors and guests will need to be in good racing form for the full social . calendar. Tonight at their home in Skylight, Barbara and Lowry Watkins will entertain entertain at dinner. Dinner will be at 6 p.m. tomorrow tomorrow night at the Country Club, for owners, riders, patrons, and friends. Movies of last year's Oxmoor races will be shown. A luncheon will be given on Saturday by Miss Paxton Hickman, Hickman, and a cocktail party by the June Cronans after the . steeplechase. steeplechase. There are other probable entries, with "no over-weights," over-weights," over-weights," on the social program. Oxmoor, scene of Saturday's racing, is the estate of Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall Bullitt, located on the Shelbyville Road (U. S. 60), 2z miles east of St. Matthews.