MacKenzie Miller Horse trainer

Mackenzie "Mack" Todd Miller (October 16, 1921 – December 11, 2010) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse trainer and owner/breeder. During his forty-six year career, he conditioned seventy-two stakes winners, including four Eclipse Award champions. Mack Miller grew up near the Keeneland Race Course, and attended its first race in 1936. He studied at the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida then at the University of Kentucky but interrupted his education to serve with the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. After the war's end, in 1947 he went to work as a stable hand for Calumet Farm. He became involved with conditioning horses, and took out his training license in 1949. Miller trained 1974 Epsom Derby winner Snow Knight who had been purchased by E. P. Taylor; Snow Knight was selected 1975's American Champion Male Turf Horse. Miller also trained for Charles W. Engelhard, Jr. He was then was hired by Paul Mellon for his Rokeby Stables. He and Mellon had their first Kentucky Derby win in 1993 with Sea Hero. Among their other successes, Winter's Tale won the 1980 Brooklyn Handicap, the Suburban Handicap, and the Marlboro Cup Invitational Handicap.

Personal details

Date of birth
October 16th, 1921
Date of death
December 10th, 2010 at age of 89
Place of death
Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America
Cause of death

Hall of fame induction

Hall of fame Induction date Other inductees
National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame 1987
inducted 1958
inducted 1965
inducted 1970
inducted 1979


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