MacKenzie “MacK” Miller

A tribute to MacKenzie “MacK” Miller may be found on the staircase leading to the second floor of the Racing Hall of Fame and Museum.  Miller trained for nearly 50 years and conditioned 72 stakes winners, including four champions.   

Miller became the first trainer to develop three different horses into Turf Champions. He also trained a record six United Nations’ Handicap winners, including Halo and Tentam.  He guided Winter’s Tale to victory in New York’s three richest handicap races: the Marlboro Cup, the Suburban, and the Brooklyn.  Miller won his only Kentucky Derby win in 1993 with Sea Hero.  

MacK Miller retired as a trainer in 1995.  

He was inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame in 1987.

Champions Trained by Miller

Leallah - Champion 2-year old Filly, 1956
Assagai - Champion Turf Horse, 1966
Hawaii - Champion Turf Horse, 1969
Snow Knight - Champion Turf Horse, 1975

Click here to read Miller's Obituary



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Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum
"Home of Aiken's Racing Champions"
Information: 803-642-7631
halloffame@cityofaikensc.gov
Located in Hopelands Gardens at 135 Dupree Place (off Whiskey Road) Aiken, SC 29801
Miller at Churchill Downs in 1968
MacK Miller, William Hagin Perry and James W. Maloney.
Miller with Sea Hero in Aiken, SC.  photograph courtesy of Ginny Southworth.