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Choose from 96 pictures in our Greyhound Racing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller Featured Greyhound Racing Print

Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller

Front cover of the Tatler magazine featuring Mrs Arundel Kempton pictured with the legendary greyhound champion, Mick the Miller and two of his puppies. She was donating the puppies (whose dam was Toftwood Misery) for a sweepstakes in aid of the South London Hospital and Royal Veterinary College. Greyhound racing enjoyed a new found popularity during the late 1920s and 1930s not just among the working classes but also, "high society" with many society ladies owning greyhounds and inviting their circle for dinner and drinks at the stadiums springing up around the country. Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Greyhound racing - Cover of Sporting & Dramatic News Featured Greyhound Racing Print

Greyhound racing - Cover of Sporting & Dramatic News

Front cover of The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News reporting on the new sport of greyhound racing. Top left photograph shows Be Sporty, an outstanding hurdler and top right shows Tall Oak, a champion flat racer. Bottom picture shows Herbert, the electric hare at White City stadium, which apparently was experiencing some technical difficulties. The magazine comments on the rising popularity of the spectator sport noting, "Four meetings at Manchester last week attracted 100, 000 spectators." Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Captain Critchley and his three sons, WW1 Featured Greyhound Racing Print

Captain Critchley and his three sons, WW1

A Canadian contingent, a patriotic family party for the front - Captain O. A. Critcheley, a Canadian with a large ranch in Alberta pictured with his three sons, who had all patriotically come to Britain to serve in the First World War. From left to right are Mr W. R. Critchley, who was running a machine gun detachment in an infantry battalion, Captain A. C. Critchley, Captain O. A. Critchley and Mr J. A. Critchley, all of Strathcna's Horse. Captain A. C Critchley and Mr J. A. Critchley were in the Canadian Regulars and played in their regimental polo team. Captain Alfred Cecil Critchley went on to found the Greyhound Racing Association in Britain, and was a popular member of society, known as Critch. His father became steward of the organisation. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans