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Mick the Miller

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Mick the Miller

Animal  From 29/6/1926  To 6/5/1939

Categories: Animals, Sport / Games

Countries: Ireland

Greyhound. Born in Killeigh, Ireland. In a career of only three years, he won 61 races, (nineteen of them in a row), including two English Greyhound Derbys. His winning streak ended after suffering an injury, and he retired in 1931. He spent two years in stud and appeared in a film with Flanagan and Allen. Our picture is of a statue of him by Elizabeth O’Kane, which is located in his birthplace.

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