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Meanwhile, Bill and Melinda Gates give their daughter a $16 million Westchester Horse Farm for her college graduation present.
If your folks are Bill and Melinda Gates, you're probably getting a little more than a grad. According to the New York Post, Jennifer Gates, who is completing her studies at Stanford University this year, will receive a very elaborate final gift: a 15.82 million dollar horse ranch in the city of Westchester in North Salem.
Bill and Melinda's daugther is planning to move to New York and possibly resume her New York University education; Westchester is only 35 leagues outside the town. A front-runner who has taken part in major horse races such as the Longines Global Champions Tour.
This 124-hectare property, bought by Robert Buote, the Wellington Trust fiduciary (who previously bought other property for the Gates family), will be very useful to the aspiring horseman. Former proprietor of the property was Duncan Dayton. As a property development and former racing enthusiast, Dayton was the legacy of the Dayton-Hudson Corporation; his great-grandfather established the firm, which ultimately became Target Corporation.