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Ginger McCain

Ginger McCain

(1930 – 2011)

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Ginger McCain

Ginger McCain
(1930 – 2011)

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Ginger McCain

(1930 – 2011)
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This is an online tribute dedicated to Ginger McCain. Donald "Ginger" McCain was an English National Hunt trainer, perhaps best known for training the legendary horse Red Rum. A successful trainer who won many races, he trained Red Rum on Crosby beach near Liverpool.
Ginger McCain married Beryl Harris in Southport in March 1961; the couple had two children: Joanne and Donald, Jr. Ginger worked as a taxi driver to supplement his income as a trainer prior to finding Grand National success.
Ginger McCain passed away on 19 September 2011. This is an online memorial in honour of his life and his acheivements. May he rest in peace.
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Ginger McCain

This is an online tribute dedicated to Ginger McCain. Donald "Ginger" McCain was an English National Hunt trainer, perhaps best known for training the legendary horse Red Rum. A successful trainer who won many races, he trained Red Rum on Crosby beach near Liverpool.
Ginger McCain married Beryl Harris in Southport in March 1961; the couple had two children: Joanne and Donald, Jr. Ginger worked as a taxi driver to supplement his income as a trainer prior to finding Grand National success.
Ginger McCain passed away on 19 September 2011. This is an online memorial in honour of his life and his acheivements. May he rest in peace.

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