PROFILE: Robert Malcolm was born in the late 1800’s. Malcolm was one of the foremost figures in the California history of greyhound racing. Robert Malcolm passed away in 1951. In 1981 Robert Malcolm was added to the PIONEER section.

HISTORY: Robert Malcolm’s first involvement with greyhounds was coursing at the old Union Park in San Francisco around the beginning of the 20th century. During the 1920’s and 1930’s Malcolm operated a successful racing kennel in California, when greyhound racing was legal. In addition to his greyhound involvement, Malcolm operated a large farm business.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Robert Malcolm served as president of the NGA for seven terms, 1932-1938. Malcolm served as president of the California State Coursing Association from 1932 until his death. Malcolm had top greyhounds in both coursing and track racing; MORNING MARY, MAN MOUNTAIN, MERCY ME, MORE MUD, MIGHTY MAJOR, WHOLEWHEAT, MILD MINT, WOEFUL WRETCH and MAD MISER. Robert Malcolm spent years committed to the re-legalization of greyhound racing in California.