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Cathy C. Schenck

Librarian

Keeneland

HQ Phone:  (859) 254-3412

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Keeneland

4201 Versailles Road

Lexington, Kentucky,40510

United States

Company Description

For more than 75 years, the Keeneland Association has devoted itself to the health and vibrancy of the Thoroughbred industry. As the world's largest Thoroughbred auction company, Keeneland conducts sales every January, April, September and November. Its sales ...more

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American Pharoah Team To Be Honored By NTWAB | Kentucky Derby Tours

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They continued in their press release that members of the NTWAB also voted to honor Eclipse Award winners Tom Hammond of NBC and Tim Layden of Sports Illustrated, Cathy Schenck of the Keeneland Library, and distinguished turf writer Bill Mooney.
Schenck will be presented with the Joe Palmer Award for long and meritorious service to racing. Palmer was a celebrated turf writer for the New York Herald Tribune. Schenck, the head librarian at the Keeneland Library, has been an enormous help to journalists and others since she began working there in 1978. She holds a master's degree in library science from the University of Kentucky. The Keeneland Library was recognized with a Special Eclipse Award in 2002. Tags:Ahmed Zayat, American Pharoah, Bill Mooney, Bob Baffert, Cathy Schenck, Eclipse Award, jockey, Keeneland Library, KY, Lexington, National Turf Writers and Broadcasters, NBC, Sports Illustrated, Tim Layden, Tom Hammond, Triple Crown, Victor Espinoza


Horse Appraisal Expert, Qualified Equine Appraiser and Expert Witness

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Cathy C. Schenck, Lib.
P. O. Box 1690 Lexington, KY 40588-1690 859-254-3412, ext. 4223 Fax: 859-288-4191


Cathy Schenck Closes the Book on Keeneland Library Career | Keeneland Thoroughbred Racing and Sales

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LEXINGTON, KY (May 12, 2017) - For racing fans, journalists, writers, college professors, historians, Keeneland employees and countless others seeking information about Keeneland and the Thoroughbred industry, one sure bet has been the Keeneland Library's Head Librarian, Cathy Schenck.
Today, Cathy is retiring after 38 years at Keeneland. Cathy has been an invaluable resource for people no matter the complexity or purpose of their questions. Perhaps they were researching material for an article or book; exploring the career of a relative involved in the industry; or seeking information about their favorite Thoroughbred - famous or otherwise. Cathy knew where to look for material, and the speed of her responses to queries was nothing short of amazing. From Paducah, Kentucky, Cathy has a bachelor's degree from Western Kentucky University and a master's degree in library science from the University of Kentucky. Soon after she graduated from UK, she began working at the Keeneland Library, founded in 1939, when it occupied part of the second floor of Keeneland's Clubhouse, directly above what is today the South Grandstand Entrance. For a few months, she worked with Amelia King Buckley, who was about to retire after being involved with the Library since the 1950s. Mrs. Buckley had meticulously indexed the Library's collections and set the standard for excellence and customer service that Cathy embraced. In July 2002, Cathy was among the Keeneland officials who cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the Keeneland Library's new home: a 10,000 square-foot building that today houses nearly 30,000 books, approximately 1 million photographic negatives, and thousands of newspaper and magazine articles about all aspects of the equine industry while welcoming thousands of visitors each year. The number of people Cathy helped in person, over the phone, via email, by mail - you name it - would be next to impossible to quantify. In 2015, she was recognized for her unique contributions when the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters presented her with the Joe Palmer Award for Meritorious Service to Racing. At the time, she said she always enjoyed talking to people about the projects they're working on and what information they seek, adding, "The challenge of figuring out where answers to their questions lie is one of my favorite roles at the Keeneland Library." Image: Tags: Cathy Schenck


Keeneland Part 1 | Lexington History Museum

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Dubbed the "bubble room" by Cathy Schenck, Keeneland's librarian and Lexington History Museum trustee, it also holds some 200,000 glass plates and film negatives from photographers Charles Christian Cook, J.C. "Skeets" Meadors, and Bert Morgan.


News | National Turf Writers and Broadcasters

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B. Cathy Schenck, the head librarian at Keeneland Library, has been a tremendous asset to journalists, authors, historians and countless others seeking information for various projects.
She has the uncanny ability to make time for everyone. She holds a master's degree in library science from the University of Kentucky and has worked at the library since 1978. She also plays a key role during sales as supervisor of the repository, which makes digital x-rays of sale horses available to veterinarians for inspection.


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