The Lake George Driving Association has reorganized by electing O.C. Lucia president and Edward J. Worden secretary and treasurer. The horse racing committee consists of E.R. Ziebach, J.N. Hubbell, J.B. Wilson and M.J. Sullivan. A kite-shaped track will be laid on the lake as soon as weather conditions will permit. The first race will probably be between Gypsie Countess, a four-year-old pacing mare owned by Mrs J.C. Knoblauch of Bolton and J.B. Wilson's John Henry for a purse of $100.
Also expected to race are Frank Bryant's Bell Ringer, M.B. Leland's Dorothy Dix and George R. Russell's Woodhaul. (Note: On the last day of January, Bell Ringer broke the world's record for ice racing and also came in first in all three races, easily winning the purse of $100. A large and enthusiastic crowd of horsemen were on hand to cheer Bell Ringer on.)