Hall of Immortals - People

Biography:In the post Civil War era of 1865 to 1885, Dan Mace was known as "the wizard of the reins." In those days Mace had the largest public...Read more
Biography:Gus Macey, born in 1856 on a Kentucky farm near Lexington, was raised to train and drive trotters. His first horse, Maud Macey, launched...Read more
Biography:Born in Bessemer, Michigan in 1907, Donald MacFarlane graduated from the University of Michigan Law School. He was a very successful...Read more
Biography:John E. Madden, a native of Pennsylvania, when young was an outstanding athlete. He became interested in trotters in the middle 1880s...Read more
Biography:Joe Markey's ardent readers knew him as "Marque." Born in 1867 in Chillicothe, Missouri, he grew up in Red Oak, Iowa. A young man...Read more
Biography:Born on a farm in Springwater Valley, Genessee County, New York in 1839, Charles Marvin's equine skills began at an early age, in...Read more
Biography:William T. Maybury first became active in the sport in 1936 as an owner. His Maybury Farms produced the world champion Galophone 1:58.1...Read more
Biography:The son of Ned McCarr, a prominent trainer-driver from the mid-1890s until the late 1930s, Ken McCarr became one of the sport's leading...Read more
Biography:Ned McCarr, born in Canada, moved to Wisconsin as a young man and started working with the trotters as a groom. He began to train horses...Read more
Biography:"Knapsack" William McCarthy was born in 1849. Little was known of him until he appeared as a young man at the stable of Dan Mace,...Read more