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Maud S Room

This room features soothing shades of blue and a queen iron bed with fluffy down comforter, gas-flame corner fireplace and widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels.

Relax in a private bath with a 72″ Jacuzzi whirlpool tub/shower combination and feel all the stress leave your body.

The Story Behind the Name…

Maud S Room

“Queen of the Turf,” Maud S. was foaled in 1874 in Kentucky, a light-red chestnut. She was sold to Capt. George M. Stone in 1877 for $350. After trotting a mile in 2:17 1/2 at Lexington, KY in 1878, she was immediately bought by William H. Vanderbilt for $21,000. She was used as Vanderbilt’s roadhorse until 1884, when she was returned to the turf to lower the record to 2:10 and was sold to Robert Bonner for $40,000. It was well documented that Vanderbilt turned down $100,000 from a racing syndicate in order that his favorite and most famous horse spend the rest of her days in Bonner’s benevolent care. While in his stable she trotted her record mile in 2:08 3/4 at Cleveland, OH, this being the seventh time she had lowered the world record in six years. In 1885 she was permanently retired as a road horse and died on March 17, 1901, her obituary appearing on the front page of the New York Times. She is buried in Tarrytown, NY, next to the immortal, Dexter.

Broke world record seven times between 1880 and 1885, lowering it from 2:11 3/4  to 2:08 3/4. She retired with the record, which was subsequently lowered by Sunol, a Bonner horse.

"Thank you for everything you did to six of us while we were staying there. Also I appreciate your trouble for kindly exchanging e-mail to my office. I am pleased to tell you that I met the curator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland as scheduled. I am enclosing herewith photographs taken together with you. These are unforgettable souvenirs for me. Getting back from cool and green Tanglewood to scorching hot Tokyo, I am at my wits end. Hope I can visit your place in the future. Please take good care of yourself."
John Lennon Museum, Tokyo