Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale is unmatched in global stature and establishes the market for the Thoroughbred breeding industry.
Each November, Keeneland offers a premier selection of stakes-winning fillies and stakes-producing mares in foal to the world’s leading sires, and weanlings by today’s most fashionable stallions.
The Keeneland November Sale is your best opportunity to discover top caliber bloodstock at the world’s largest and most influential breeding stock sale.
Come see for yourself, as Bob Elliston, Keeneland’s Vice President of Racing and Sales, takes us behind the scenes. The morning will feature Breakfast and an abbreviated program followed by a behind the scenes tour of the sales. So bring your appetite and wear your walking shoes.
Guests are invited to stay for the day’s sales which will begin at approximately 10am. There is no dress code for the sales and food is available throughout the day at the Limestone Cafe and The Track Kitchen.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Keeneland – The Kentucky Room
7:00 Coffee and Networking
7:15 Breakfast and Program
8:00 – 8:30 Behind the Scenes Tour of the Sales
Free to Members / Guest Fee $20
Please RSVP by noon on Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Work on the $30 million overhaul of the old Fayette County courthouse on Main Street began this summer and is now well underway. Learn the history of this project, what is now taking shape and the city’s role in managing and maintaining this iconic structure in the center of our city.
Our guest panel at the Lexington Forum breakfast:
Foster Ockerman is Lexington native, seventh generation Kentuckian, a local historian, author and practicing attorney. He has represented or served on the boards of numerous nonprofits and foundations including the Courthouse Square Foundation, Inc. and is a founding trustee of the Lexington History Museum, Inc., as well as its current president. Mr. Ockerman has been a leading force in campaigning for saving the old courthouse from decay and potential demolition.
Holly Wiedemann serves as President and Founder of AU Associates, and partner with Barry Alberts of City Visions as the Developer Agents on behalf of Historic Courthouse, LLLP (the City/Ownership Entity). Ms. Wiedemann is well-suited to manage the re-purposing of the historic courthouse structure. Among over $120 million in AU projects across Kentucky and West Virginia are more than 500 units of mixed income housing and 150,000 square feet of commercial space created in existing structures such as former school buildings.
Jenifer is a Senior Administrative Officer in the Office of the Chief Administrator. She assists with the municipal budget, public policy and administrative policy. Jenifer is managing portions of the old courthouse project.
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Hilary J. Boone Center
University of Kentucky Campus
7:15 Coffee and Networking
7:30 Breakfast and Program
Free to Members / Guest Fee $20
Please RSVP using the link below by noon on Tuesday, August 30, 2016
PLEASE RESERVE A SEAT FOR ME!
Free parking is available in the lot behind the Hilary J. Boone Center.
Fifth Third Bank
Monica M. Bounds is a Relationship Manager for Fifth Third Bank (Kentucky). With more than 10 years of banking experience, she currently manages a portfolio of business clients within the Middle Market department. Monica offers value to her clients with a strong commitment to service and by taking a team approach to their unique banking needs. She has been a Fifth Third team member since 2003. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Business Administration from Georgetown College and a Masters of Business Administration from Eastern Kentucky University. Monica serves as an Ambassador for Commerce Lexington and is the Treasurer for the Magna Charta Dames Society.