Over the Moon: Fall Affairs

Kim Ginn and Lenny Hale at the Ride For The Cure. (Photo by Vicky Moon)

and at the Ride For The Cure. (Photo by Vicky Moon)

The $6.8 million property, listed by of Armfield, Miller and Ripley Fine Properties Ltd., includes stables, an indoor ring, and a handsome stone house built in 1935 as a hunt box for chemical heir, aviation pioneer, and soldier . The new owners are Julie and . Mr. Coles, currently a master of the Orange County Hunt and the selling agent out of Thomas and Talbot, purchased the iconic estate with another couple who wish to remain unnamed.

Another local philanthropist, Nick Arundel, introduced his latest project at Morningside Training Farm with a VIP reception with Gen. H.A. “Buzz” Kievenaar and Maureen Kievenaar. Those visiting the new multi- discipline (hunters, polo, jumpers, cross-country, and steeplechase) facility have included writer and and Beau and . The rolling 130-acre, circa 1930’s Thoroughbred breed farm had been slated to become – horrors! – a housing development.


Several hundred fashionistas assembled at Mary Lea and ’s “Hickory Tree Farm” for the Windy Hill Fashion Show chaired by dynamo (who called it “the most successful year ever”). The afternoon event, produced by , , , and along with , , and Nicole Wyatt, was at Saks Fifth Avenue at Tysons Galleria, where the display included local “models” in styles from The Connoisseur Collection and Duchessa, Highcliffe Clothiers, Lou Lou, Magic Wardrobe, and designer .

Kudos (and thank you from a two-time survivor) to all who walked in the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer event – including , , , , and – which included a pre-event barbeque at ’s lakeside pavilion. Congrats to the many equestriennes who rode in the “Ride for the Cure” from Maureen Hanley’s Fox Chase Farms to Dot Smithwick’s Sunnybank Farm and back. A special shout out to the team from FlyAway tables led by , Kim Ginn, , and leading fundraiser .

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