1930 English Greyhound Derby

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1930 English Greyhound Derby
Location White City Stadium
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The 1930 Greyhound Derby took place during June with the final being held on 28 June 1930 at White City Stadium, the winner Mick the Miller received a first prize of £1,480. [1]

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 1 4-9f 30.24 Sidney Orton (Wimbledon)
2nd Bradshaw Fold Newville Captain - December Girl 3 100-8 30.48 Stanley Biss (West Ham)
3rd Mick McGee Guiding Hand - Kashmir Rose 2 100-8 30.64 Jimmy Lowther (Wimbledon)
4th Dresden Dago - Beaded Jean 5 100-6 30.66 Eddie Wright (Belle Vue)
5th So Green Running Rein - Salsette 6 100-6 30.82 Jim Syder Sr. (Wembley)
6th Jack Bob Orkit - Tottie Longsocks 4 8-1 30.98 Bill Fear (White City - London)

Distances[edit]

3, 3¼, head, 2, 2 (lengths)

See Also[edit]

1930 UK & Ireland Greyhound Racing Year

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dack, Barrie (1990). Greyhound Derby, the first 60 years, pages 59-61. Ringpress Books. ISBN 0-948955-36-8. 
  2. ^ "1930". Greyhound Data.