Josephine Avalona Abercrombie was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on January 15, 1926. She was an American businessman, Horsewoman, philanthropist, boxing promoter, and the originator of The Lexington School in Lexington, Kentucky. Abercrombie began riding quarter horses on her father's ranch in West Texas and talking lessons to ride a saddle horse when she was ten years old. As a result, Abercrombie began competing in horse events, including the 1953 National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden, where she earned twelve blue ribbons. Here's a quiz based on Josephine Abercrombie.