Keeneland Magazine

NO4 2013

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Left, a marble freplace with a relief sculpture of Diana, goddess of the hunt, is a visual high point in the music room. Opposite, the dining room features exquisitely carved woodwork, including this ornately detailed window framing. Much of the downstairs woodwork is said to have come from the house of Aaron Burr's father. transferred by Suzanne Mason to the Paris Pike facility was surrounding farmland and orchards, sleigh rides, and snowball MaidoDuntreath, granddam of Kelso. fghts with neighboring children. She also tells a story about While the property's next owner, L.R. Cooke, didn't live in the her Woodford County cousins playing a joke on her father: On house for more than a few years, the Alexander family called it the Alexanders' frst night in the house, the cousins came over home for more than 50 years. Lucy Alexander Breathitt remem- after everyone had to gone to bed and released two peafowl bers growing up at Westover, recalling endless rides through the on the lawn. The birds few up to the highest part of the roof Two Wi n n e r s o n C l a y Ave n u e Dressing Bluegrass Women from Barn to Ballroom Dressing Bluegrass Women from Barn to Ballroom • 859.252.2004 Sumptuous Linens SumptuousLinens and Accesories and Accessories For The Home For The Home 859.233.1061 859.233.1061 C l ay Av e n u e b e t w e e n E . M a i n a n d C e n t r a l KEENELAND WINTER 2013 37

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