Tim Tam's win brings as much joy to the historic Greentree Stable (owned by the U.S. Ambassador in London, J. H. Whitney, and his sister, Mrs. Charles Shipman Payson) as it does to Calumet. Sire of Tim Tam was Greentree's Tom Fool (here pictured at the age of two), an indomitable horse who was as contemptuous of his opposition as of weight or track conditions. Tom Fool won 21 of 30 starts and never finished worse than fourth. Another son, Jester (1957 Belmont Futurity winner), is among his first crop. He now demands a $5,000 stud fee.