|Sire||The Grand Champion|
|English Greyhound Derby|
Scottish Greyhound Derby
Welsh Greyhound Derby
Select Stakes x 2
Wembley Spring Cup x 2
|Triple Crown winner|
Mile Bush Pride was a racing greyhound of the late 1950s and 1960. He is one of three greyhounds along with Patricias Hope and Trev's Perfection to win the Triple Crown which consisted of the English Greyhound Derby, Scottish Greyhound Derby and Welsh Greyhound Derby.
Mile Bush Pride had been bought for £2,500 for the 1958 English Greyhound Derby by Wembley trainer Jack Harvey for owner Noel Purvis, a shipping magnate. The brindle greyhound reached the final but finished in third place from a bad trap draw in a race considered to be one of the strongest in the history of the competition.
In 1959 Mile Bush Pride won the triple crown, he was aimed at the 1959 English Greyhound Derby as the ante post favourite and duly won the event. He then secured the Scottish Greyhound Derby and Welsh Greyhound Derby.
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