Offences: GAR 127(1): A greyhound shall not be used as a sire unless registered as a sire. LR 24(2)(e): A person shall not act as a stud master unless the person is the holder of a current appropriate license issued …Read More..
Offence: GAR 83(2)(a): The owner, trainer or person in charge of a greyhound nominated to compete in an event shall present the greyhound free of a prohibited substance. Report: Racing Queensland (RQ) Stewards today conducted an Inquiry into the analyst’s …Read More..
Offence: GAR 83 (2)(a): The owner, trainer or person in charge of a greyhound nominated to compete in an event shall present the greyhound free of a prohibited substance. Report: Racing Queensland (RQ) Stewards today conducted an inquiry into the …Read More..
Greyhound trainers are certainly dedicated to the cause and this is certainly the case for Stratheden based trainer Peter Simpson. Stratheden is in northern NSW and last week, Simpson drove the 19 hours to Townsville to take part in the …Read More..
In a picturesque town, approximately 28km north of Townsville, resides a greyhound trainer and his Group Three Townsville Cup finalist. Bluewater resident Michael Hickmott has Post Box engaged in box two in the Townsville Cup final on Tuesday night and …Read More..
In April this year talented sprinter Are Ate captured the 2014 Ipswich Puppy Auction final and pocketed a huge $40,000 for his connections. On Sunday another crop of hopefuls will go under the hammer at the Ipswich Auctions. There is …Read More..
Group racing headed to Far North Queensland on Tuesday night at Townsville, with six heats of the Group Three Townsville Cup over the 498m distance. The heats featured dogs trained by top-class trainers Tony Brett and Robert Britton and also …Read More..
Greyhound racing in Queensland has been given a much needed injection with the announcement of substantial prizemoney increases this week. While opposition to the development of a new greyhound track at Logan is growing (the Queensland government said in a …Read More..
Boom Queensland youngster Happy Haswell continued on his winning ways by taking out the 2014 Racing Queensland Young Guns at Ipswich on Tuesday afternoon. The Reg Kay trained son of Surf Lorian and Teenage Dream (Knocka Norris – Size ‘Em …Read More..
Some of Queensland’s most promising juveniles will converge on the Ipswich track this Tuesday afternoon for the final of the 2014 RQ Young Guns. The $10,080 to-the-winner event has attracted some quality conveyances who qualified through heats last week. Prolific …Read More..
Flash Reality (1) did not need to rely on a wild card to make the final of the National Sprint Championships after he took out the Queensland leg of the series in fine style. The Premier Fantasy and Orara Flash …Read More..
Wag Tail (5) will represent Queensland in the 2014 AGRA National Distance Final after she took out the Queensland final at Albion Park on Thursday night. The Christina Harman trained daughter of Velocette and Bacardi Cruiser (Just The Best – …Read More..
The Queensland representative for the National Distance final will be decided this Thursday night when they hold their own state final at Albion Park. The winner will earn the right to represent the Sunshine State at Cannington on August 23rd …Read More..
Grandchester-based trainer Tony Brett looks a good chance to book himself a ticket to Cannington for the Nationals. He will rug up three runners in the Queensland National Sprint final on Thursday night at Albion Park and his fastest charge, …Read More..
Queensland’s best sprinters will press their claims for a shot at Australia-wide glory when they line up for three heats of the AGRA National Sprint Queensland Championships on Thursday night. Eight greyhounds will progress to next Thursday’s final with the …Read More..
Queensland greyhound racing will take the first step in deciding who will represent their state at the national sprint and distance titles in August when they kick off their own state series this Thursday night at Albion Park. Two heats …Read More..
The stage is set for an action-packed day of family fun at Capalaba Greyhound Racing Club this Saturday for the first ever final of the Straight of Origin Series. Top greyhounds from Queensland and New South Wales have faced off …Read More..
Tony Brett continued his stranglehold on the Group One Winter Carnival Cup when Flash Reality (8) put in a dashing display to land the $75,000 to-the-winner event at Albion Park on Thursday night. The win makes it four straight Winter …Read More..
Some things in life just seem to feel right. An old favourite pair of jeans, the comfy chair, your favourite song. For astute Grandchester mentor Tony Brett it may well be the Group One Winter Carnival Cup that is the …Read More..
Eight speedy greyhounds from four different states will line up for a shot at the $75,000 first prize in this Thursday night’s Group One Winter Carnival Cup at Albion Park. Master Queensland trainer Tony Brett, who has won the race …Read More..
Grandchester trainer Tony Brett gave every impression that he could maintain his stranglehold on the Group One Winter Carnival Cup when Flash Reality set the time standard for him at Albion Park on Thursday night. The promising son of Premier …Read More..
Some of the best sprinters from Queensland and interstate will converge on Albion Park this Thursday night for the running of five heats of the Group One Winter Carnival Cup. The race is conducted over 520 metres and competitiors will …Read More..
When Xylia Allen added another feature race to her list of accomplishments on Thursday night by taking out the Superstayers at Albion Park it was not in her usual front running dominating style, nor was it anything special on the …Read More..
A hand-picked, four dog shoot-out will be the highlight of racing at Albion Park On Thursday night when the listed Superstayers race takes place. The invite only event is worth $22,500 to-the-winner and is run over the staying trip of …Read More..
The four invitees for Thursday night’s listed Superstayers at Albion Park were announced on Sunday evening. The invite-only event is held over the 710 metre trip and is worth $15,000 to the winner. Two Victorian greyhounds as well as a …Read More..
You Can Talk made the most of her opportunities to land the listed Flying Amy Classic for ultra-consistent Queensland trainer Peter Ruetschi at Albion Park On Thursday night. After leaving box three in third place, the daughter of Outa Credit …Read More..
Australia’s Queen of the loam Xylia Allen added another Group One win to her list of achievements when she took out the Albion Park Gold Cup on Thursday night. Beginning quickly from box one, the daughter of Turanza Bale and …Read More..
Kieron Butler is one of the lifebloods of greyhound racing, a spoke that is necessary for the big wheel to keep on turning. On Thursday night he will rug up Eleazar from box five in the final of the Group …Read More..
Group one racing graces the environs of Albion Park this Thursday evening with the final of the 2014 Group One Gold Cup taking place. The $75,000 to-the-winner event is run over the 710 metre journey and three Victorians, as well …Read More..
Some of Queensland’s most promising sprinters will line up for a crack at the $22,500 first prize in the listed Flying Amy Classic at Albion Park this Thursday evening. If times are any guide, there is not a lot between …Read More..