NOT long back I was critical of a club (I think it was Sandown) when it put on a race for female trainers. I suggested that was nonsense as the name in the racebook usually had more to do with …Read More..
ONE of the most amazing examples of the failure of the greyhound hierarchy to deal efficiently and professionally with the vast amount of video evidence collected by the undercover cameras shown on the recent Four Corners exposé has been by …Read More..
ZIPPING Willow and Zipping Saxon have both been suspended from racing by Greyhound Racing New South Wales (GRNSW) as a follow on from the live-baiting saga. The two star NSW sprinters, which are owned by leading breeder Martin Hallinan, were …Read More..
LEADING breeder and owner Greg Board is shocked at the decision by Greyhound Racing New South Wales (GRNSW) to suspend two of his promising pups in the wake of the controversial live-baiting scandal. Board, who is the owner of …Read More..
After six hours in the Victorian Supreme Court on Friday night, Awesome Project has been given the all clear to start in Saturday’s Group 1 Australian Cup heats at The Meadows. It was announced early on Friday that Awesome Project …Read More..
A NEW welfare levy is being imposed on greyhound prize money and subsidies by Racing Queensland, with it set to raise more than $1.6 million in additional funding as a part of a plan to improve integrity and animal welfare …Read More..
GREYHOUND Racing Victoria chairman Peter Caillard has quit his post in the latest twist in the live-baiting saga. Caillard informed Martin Pakula, the Victorian Minister for Racing, on Monday he has chosen to resign from his position on the board. …Read More..
JUST a week has elapsed since the nation was shocked by revelations of live baiting in the greyhound industry broadcast on the ABC’s investigative program Four Corners. The week has seemed more like a month as the hits kept coming …Read More..
ZIPPING WILLOW is back in the Richmond Vale kennels of her original trainer, Jason Mackay, after a tumultuous week in the lead-up to the Group 1 Temlee at The Meadows. After drawing box one in the invitation-only feature, the New …Read More..
LEADING Londonderry trainer Harry Sarkis has been suspended immediately by GRNSW stewards following an inspection of his property and kennels. Sarkis is no stranger to trouble with GRNSW stewards and has been stood down after the inspection revealed vials of …Read More..
GREYHOUND Racing Victoria CEO Adam Wallish has told Australian Racing Greyhound that it expects to stand down more registered participants in coming days as the live-baiting saga intensifies. The state body suspended the registration of 10 participants and the …Read More..
THE crime has been exposed, now it’s time to find all of the culprits. Victoria’s Racing Integrity Commissioner, Sal Perna, has announced an Own Motion Inquiry into live baiting practices exposed on the ABC’s Four Corners report on Monday night. …Read More..
“This is the vision the greyhound racing doesn’t want you to see.” Powerful opening words backed up by a horrific image of a terrified live rabbit on the lure. In the lead-up its screening on Monday night, ABC’s investigative program …Read More..
THE final fields have been announced for three of Australia’s most prestigious invitation-only greyhound races: the Temlee, the Rookie Rebel and the Zoom Top. Each race holds Group 1 status and will be run and won at The Meadows on …Read More..
AZZA Azza Azza has arrived. The son of Collision and Alotta Mojo won tonight’s Group 2 Shepparton Gold Cup in devastating fashion to take his career earnings past the $100,000 mark after earning connections $45,000 with tonight’s victory. It was …Read More..
THE 2015 Shepparton Gold Cup will give some of the best chasers in the land a chance to add $45,000 and a Group 2 title to the trophy cabinet. An amazing spread of established group performers and up and coming …Read More..
THERE is no doubt that Victoria is the home of country cups racing and with $45,000 on offer to the winner of Sunday’s Group 2 Shepparton Gold Cup, the trend continues. Monday’s heats unearthed a new generation of superstars which …Read More..
THE 2015 Group 2 Shepparton Cup series will see some of the sport’s brightest stars compete for a spot in Sunday night’s final worth $45,000-to-the-winner. With six heats being conducted, each winner plus the two fastest seconds will progress through …Read More..
Fifty-three invitations have been sent out for the three Group 1 races on February 21: the Temlee (525m), Rookie Rebel (600m) and Zoom Top (725m), all of which will be run and won at The Meadows. Twenty-six greyhounds have been …Read More..
THE 2015 Warragul Cup was taken out in superb fashion in 25.78 by the Terrence Reid-trained Ronray Spirit (8) from a gallant Luca Neveelk (1). The first surprise in the race was Luca Neveelk being clearly crossed early by Jubilea …Read More..
Six superb finalists have been announced for the 2014 Victorian Greyhound of the Year with the winner to be announced on Friday, February 20. Three sprinters and three stayers make up the numbers for the prestigious title and, between the …Read More..
A new wave of hopefuls and some seasoned veterans ventured to Cranbourne today to contest six heats of the Group Two Cranbourne Cup. The six heat winners and two fastest seconds will contest next weeks $45,000 to the winner final, …Read More..
STAR Recall has finally broken through for a deserved win at the highest level, claiming tonight’s Group One Sale Cup in terrific fashion. Beginning brilliantly from box four, the daughter of High Earner and No Recall went straight to the …Read More..
Four star studded heats of the Group Two Woy Woy Poultry Gosford Gold Cup will be run and won this Friday night over 515m, with thirty two greyhounds vying for a chance to qualify for next week’s $40,000 to the …Read More..
THE early speed will be on in the Sale Cup, to be run on Boxing Day, but there are also several more than handy stayers who have claims on the $75,000 feature. In what is shaping as an intriguing affair …Read More..
Adelaide Cup winner Allen Deed has qualified fastest for the Group One Sale Cup to be run and won on Boxing Day with a superb 37.15 effort tonight over the 650 metre trip. Starting as the $2.30 favourite from box …Read More..
Six heats of the Group One Sale Cup will be held tomorrow night over the testing 650 metre trip. Worth $75,000 to the winner, the Sale Cup was first run 1968 with some stars of the track featuring on the …Read More..
The Hobart Thousand is the oldest race in Australia and has been won by some of the sport’s finest since it was first run in 1935. The 2014 Group One Hobart Thousand will see a terrific lineup of some of …Read More..
While all the focus will be on the Group 1 Hobart Thousand, the R.W (Bob) Brown Memorial Consolation event will again take its regular spot on Tassie’s biggest night, and as such stands as much a part of the Thousand …Read More..
Lamia Bale (2) notched up her third victory within the space of a week when taking out tonight’s Group Three Sir John Dillon Memorial at Sandown Park. Stepping brilliantly from box two in the 595 metre feature, the Steve Collins …Read More..