Mick Channon

Mick Channon

Michael Roger "Mick" Channon (born 28 November 1948) is a sportsman who enjoyed a career as a striker with Southampton and England in the 1970s and later became a hugely successful racehorse trainer.

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Mick Channon - Personal Life - Car Crash On M1
... On 27 August 2008, Channon was involved and injured in a motorway accident on the M1 ... Channon is reported to have suffered a punctured lung and broken arm ... Balding broadcast on BBC1 on 3 January 2009, Channon spoke about how he also suffered a broken jaw in the accident and was subsequently fitted with metal plates in his face as a result ...
Lowther Stakes - Winners Since 1976
... Peter Chapple-Hyam 112.48 1998 Bint Allayl Michael Kinane Mick Channon 110.92 1999 Jemima Lindsay Charnock Tim Easterby 114.83 2000 Enthused Johnny Murtagh Sir Michael Stoute 112.72 2001 Queen's Logic Steve Drowne ...
Molecomb Stakes - Winners Since 1980
... Alexander Pat Shanahan Con Collins 100.12 1998 Inya Lake Richard Quinn Mick Channon 059.96 1999 Misty Miss John Egan David Evans 058.37 2000 Misty Eyed Lee Newman Nerys Dutfield 058.48 2001 ...
Rockfel Stakes - Winners
2002 Luvah Girl Kevin Darley Roger Charlton 124.98 2003 Cairns Ted Durcan Mick Channon 125.88 2004 Maids Causeway Michael Hills Barry Hills 128.93 2005 Speciosa Michael Fenton Pam Sly 127.01 2006 Finsceal Beo Kevin ...
Silver Tankard Stakes - Winners
... Johnston 147.50 1999 Hataab Richard Hills Ed Dunlop 146.60 2000 Worthily John Reid Mick Channon 151.60 2001 Bandari Kevin Darley Mark Johnston 148.50 2002 Battle Chant Seb Sanders Ed Dunlop 147.10 2003 New ...

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