A cracking field will contest the 2014 running of the Group Three Sir John Dillon Memorial tomorrow night. Run over 595 metres at Sandown Park, the race will see some of the state’s elite sprinters make the step up in …Read More..
Luca Neveelk (1) confirmed his status as one of the nation’s best sprinters with an emphatic display to take out tonight’s Group Two Ballarat Cup. Beginning flawlessly from box one, the sone of Talk’s Cheap and It’s A Neveelk went …Read More..
The Group Two Ballarat Cup will be the main feature race around the nation tomorrow night and will see a blend of consistent old campaigners up against the rising young pups of the sport. There is also an interesting mix …Read More..
While the Melbourne Cup takes centres stage at Sandown Park tonight, greyhound fans will be treated to a double dose of Group One racing. Just two races earlier, $100,000 is up for grabs for stayers in the 2014 Bold Trease. …Read More..
The box draw for the $600,000 2014 Melbourne Cup Final has been conducted at Sandown, with Keybow drawing the coveted red box. Keybow will not have all the running to himself early though as there will be plenty of pace …Read More..
Space Star made an auspicious debut for the Robert Britton kennel by setting the fastest qualifying time of the four Group One Bold Trease heats at Sandown on Thursday night. The young son of Bekim Bale and Tonto Tears (Kiowa …Read More..
Iva Vision, trained by Peter Young, has given the Sunshine State its first victory in the Sandown Shootout after an emphatic display tonight over the 515 metre sprint. Stepping cleanly from box three in the half field, the son of …Read More..
The Group Two Sandown Shootout will hold the greyhound racing spotlight tonight with four superb chasers primed to showcase their best when the lids fly open. The Shootout, first run in 1998, has been won some of the best greyhounds …Read More..
Winning a Group One race is quite an achievement, but few ever do it as dominantly as the Brooke Ennis trained My Bro Fabio did when he took out the 2014 Hume Cup at The Meadows on Monday night. He …Read More..
It is hard to keep a good dog down and Keybow (8) proved that old adage true on Monday night at The Meadows, taking out the Group Three Silver Bullet. The 30kg chaser by Take The Kitty and Key Exit …Read More..
Middle distance racing may not often be the stage where the greats of the sport forge their names, but a quick look at the honour roll of the Hume Cup leaves you under no illusions about the quality of greyhound …Read More..
The Meadows race meeting on Monday night provides a great precursor to the “race that stops a nation”, with two Group finals taking place at the track. The first of those is the Group Three Silver Bullet. The Silver Bullet …Read More..
The Sandown Shootout has been won by some of the nation’s best greyhounds since WA star Reggemite took out the inaugural running back in 1998. Go Wild Teddy, Bombastic Shiraz, Whisky Assassin, Mantra Lad and Velocette are just some of …Read More..
Buckle Up Wes became the first Tasmanian to win the Group One Topgun with an all the way victory at The Meadows tonight. Jumping brilliantly from box five, the son of Collision and Everlong Bale was never behind another runner, …Read More..
The Vic Peters Classic was once the most sought-after restricted-age trophy in the country and at one stage supplanted the Hobart Thousand as the richest in the country. It remains a prized scalp for any trophy cabinet with the winner …Read More..
All eyes will be on The Meadows tomorrow night for the 22nd running of the Group One Topgun, which will see eight of the country’s best greyhounds chasing top honours and the $150,000 winner’s cheque. The Wheeler family have won …Read More..
‘Fantastic’ is the word that leading Tasmanian mentor Ted Medhurst has used to describe having a runner in this Saturday night’s Group One Topgun at The Meadows. Medhurst will put the polish on Buckle Up Wes, one of the best …Read More..
Offence: Failure to present greyhound Lektra Cooked for engagement at the Geelong Racing Club. Report: Stewards on the 10 of October 2014 conducted an Inquiry into the circumstances pertaining to the Late Scratching of the greyhound Lektra Cooked from the …Read More..
Allen Deed (2) has inked his name on an illustrious honour roll after taking out the Group One Adelaide Cup at Angle Park on Friday night. The Jarvis Bale and Greta Bale (Lansley Bale – Jindara Bale) dog caught the …Read More..
The Group One Adelaide Cup will be conducted on Friday night at Angle Park. For the history buffs, the first Adelaide Cup was run in 1956 at Waterloo Corner and was won by Oakland Chief. The race eventually ended up …Read More..
Eight talented greyhounds will line up in tonight’s Group Two Bob Payne Spring Sprint Final, with the winner set to collect $40,000 for connections. Victorian runner Allen Deed sizzled around the Wentworth Park circuit last week in 29.43 and will …Read More..
Victorian trainer Andrea Dailly is no stranger to success at Wentworth Park and is on track to secure another Group win with Allen Deed, who recorded a blistering time of 29.43 in heat one. Starting as the $2.90 favourite with …Read More..
Group racing action will return to Wentworth Park tonight, with four heats of the Group Two Bob Payne Spring Sprint to be conducted. Last week’s Group One Dapto Megastar winner Tommy Brislane and runner-up Ritza Hattie will line up in …Read More..
In a very open betting race, it was Crackerjack Dak (1) who emerged victorious in the final of the Victorian National Sprint at The Meadows on Saturday night. The son of Mogambo and Lil’s Memory (Bombastic Shiraz – We Owe …Read More..
Victorian aspirants for the National Sprint Championships line up on Saturday night at The Meadows for the Victorian leg of the Nationals series. The field is missing a number of top Victorian sprinters but nevertheless it should be a good …Read More..
Jeff Britton has capped off a remarkable night of racing for his team of greyhounds by taking out the Group One Maturity at The Meadows with Mepunga Hayley. Earlier in the night , Britton and Mepunga Tiara secured the Group …Read More..
The time has come for the 2014 Group One Maturity Champion to be decided. The eventual winner of this age-restricted feature event will join an illustrious list of names on the honour roll. Greyhounds such as Temlee, New Tears, Brett …Read More..
Upsets have been the flavour of the 2014 Group One Maturity Classic so far and that didn’t stop on Saturday night; with two of the four semi winners at double-figure odds while the other two winners were not sent out …Read More..
It is an exciting time of the year in greyhound racing Australia wide, as each state holds their heats and finals of the National Sprint and Distance events. What better way to initiate proceedings than with three heats of the …Read More..