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Image 12 of 1960 Kentuckian

Part of University of Kentucky Yearbook Collection

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Visitors to the Bluegrass recall the once great turf winner— Man 0' War. The county recently honored Man 0' War by making Faraway Farm a park dedicated to him— showing the pride the state has for her horses. Miles of white fences enclose the great expanse of Calumet Farm which is so typical of the rolling Bluegrass countryside. The many red and white stables remind one of the great thoroughbreds like Bull Lea and Citation who have been sired here. These stately, cold remaining columns of Elmendorf Farm once framed a beautiful mansion which was destroyed by fire. The columns depict an era of gracious living which reached its height in antebellum days and still persists throughout the Bluegrass state. 4 (I