1929 English Greyhound Derby

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1929 English Greyhound Derby
Location White City Stadium
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The 1929 Greyhound Derby Final took place on 25 July 1929 at White City Stadium.[1] The winner Mick the Miller received a first prize of £700 in a final with only four runners.

Final result[edit]

At White City (over 525 yards):[2]

Position Name of Greyhound Breeding Trap SP Finish Time Trainer
1st Mick the Miller Glorious Event - Na Boc Lei 4 4-7f 29.96 Mick Horan (Shelbourne Park)
2nd Palatinus Lax Law - Fly Again 2 3-1 30.18 T.W.King (Unknown)
3rd Entomb Spalding Bishop - Another 10 3 9-2 30.34 Joe Harmon (White City - London)
4th Beadsman Ballyshannon - Larva 1 25-1 30.58 W Taylor (Glasgow)

Distances[edit]

2¾, 2, 3 (lengths)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Greyhound Derby". Times [London, England] 26 July 1929: 5. The Times Digital Archive. 
  2. ^ "1929". Greyhound Data.