The three racing councils that govern thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing are to be abolished and replaced by two new governing boards.
Continue reading New Age Dawns For Tasmanian Greyhound Racing……..We Hope!
Big Dog Challenge winner Black Ruler will look to extend his Brisbane Greyhound of the Year lead with a sixth straight win this Thursday night at Albion Park.
The 600m king will start from box one in the $5,900 New Years Trophy (race four) and will be chasing another ten-point Thursday night win to take his lead to 184 points.
Continue reading Big Dog Black Ruler Looks For Six Straight Wins
Greyhounds WA fears the codeâ€™s headquarters at Cannington could be closed under a plan to overhaul WAâ€™s racing industry.
A community awareness campaign will be launched at tonightâ€™s meeting to try to save the venue.
Continue reading Cannington Greyhounds Faces Closure Threat
Missy the greyhound may no longer be fast around the racetrack, but her story of survival over 24 days has highlighted her endurance skills.
Missy, a 10-year-old former racing and breeding greyhound adopted by Christchurch couple Barbara and Gary Miln two years ago through Hounds 4 Homes, was found on December 29th after disappearing on December 5.
Continue reading Happy Ending For NZ’s Lost GAP Greyhound Missy
As reported here back in November, South Australia’s first positive swab to an Anabolic Steroid had come to light from a Port Augusta Greyhound racing Club meeting on the 11th October 2008.
The greyhound involved in the inquiry was the Raye Kelly trained Flame McBain and the inquiry was to hear evidence regarding a positive swab to Hydroxystanozolol, a metabolite of the Anabolic Steroid Stanozol.
Continue reading Kelly Gets Seven Months For SA’s First Anabolic Steroid Positive