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Scurlogue Champ

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Scurlogue Champ is a famous racing greyhound from the 1980s. Along with Mick the Miller and Ballyregan Bob he is arguably one of the greatest three hounds that ever raced in Britain.

Scurlogue Champ was a black dog whelped in July 1982. He was handled by Ken Peckham for the majority of his career but also spent some time with George Drake. He would be renowned for the strongest finishes ever seen over long distance racing. The crowds would adore him and could not believe how he could win his races from being so far behind.

He won the Cesarewitch in 1985 and the BBC Television Trophy in 1985 and 1986. The superstar finished with a record of 51 wins from 63 races and no less than eighteen track records.


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