Ingram Edenvale Manager, Daily Racing Form, 1955-05-02


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Ingram Eden vale Manager LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 30.— Mark Ingram has taken over as manager of Mrs. John Payson Adams Edenvale Farm, Bill Miller having resigned in order to be with a sick member of his family back east. Mrs. Adams was telling us of the death of Colonus, the Australian-bred stallion which she stood for a few seasons. "I heard that he suffered a broken leg in a fight with another stallon on the" ranch of the man who bought him out of the salei last year," she said. She enthused over Miches yearlings, of which she has two, and the grays second crop, now foals. Theyre at Mildred Woolwines place in Kentucky. "A remarkable thing about Miche," she said, "is that he has never been mated with a gray mare, but nevertheless, 75 per cent of his foals are turning up gray. Also, many of them have inherited his habit of putting put his tongue, to be pulled by anyone who happens by and stops to pet them. He has done. that1 ever since I » fought ;Kim us art early three-year-old." * 1 :-■* •«

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