January 10, 2020 india. Mam Ramaswamy was a man of many talents – a brilliantly successful businessman, a lover of fine horses, and, more than that, a horse racing legend. “I bet on the wrong horse,” said Ramaswamy, who is better known in racing circles as the man whose horses have recorded the most wins in India’s turf history. MAM was better than most of his ilk as he won races both with bad jockeys and good horses or good riders on poor horses. The 100-year-old Chettinad mansion stands in fading majesty on the banks of Adyar river in south Chennai. Veteran industrialist, former parliamentarian and the last King of Chettinad, MAM Ramaswamy died on Wednesday evening at Chennai’s Fortis Malar Hospital. With a career spanning several decades, it was his unofficial record of 600 classic wins in the races that set him apart. MAM Ramaswamy-owned MERAKI, which was trained by Karthik Ganapathy fractured its Sesamoid (fetlock) bone during a canter on the practice track in early May. Judge says trust’s jockeys also entitled to use gold-brown racing colours . Dr MAM Ramaswamy, a colourful personality, who dominated the Indian racing scene for over 40 years as a horse owner, passed away in a Chennai hospital yesterday. The Madras High Court on Friday restrained Madras Race Club (MRC) from directly or indirectly preventing the participation of horses owned by Dr. M.A.M. So what were Mam Ramaswamy’s secrets to business, life, […] The entrance to the mansion is framed by a wooden door that is at least a foot thick. Home » india » Allow MAM Ramaswamy Trust horses to participate: Madras HC’s directive to MRC. CHENNAI: M A M Ramaswamy, the 84-year-old business tycoon, who once controlled one of the biggest business empires in Chennai, passed away in a city hospital at 4.30pm on Wednesday.