The Mark Delbridge-trained Flash Of Light ($4.30f) recorded the fourth Group victory of her career with an all-the-way win in the highly anticipated Group 2 City of Hume Cup over 600 metres at The Meadows on Monday night. Amazingly, it …Read More..
Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Monday 1st November 2010 Race No. 1Prime Time Sports Ht107:08PM (VICtime) Grade 5 Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,000 Prizemoney. 1st: $4,200 2nd: $1,200 3rd: $600. No.NameGradeFormBestLastTrainer 1JUSTUS BALE53835G …Read More..
2010 Group 2 Hume Cup Final Monday 1st November 2010 Greyhounds Qualified Through The Hume Cup Heats Saturday 23rd October 2010 Open To The Best Greyhounds Nominated $30,000 To The Final Winner The Meadows, Vic Race No. 8City Of Hume …Read More..
The Carolyn Jones-owned and trained El Grand Senor ($5.20) demoralised his rivals in a dazzling display of speed to take out the Group 1 Sky Racing TOPGUN at The Meadows over 525 metres on Saturday night. The son of Where’s …Read More..
2010 Group 2 Hume Cup Heats Saturday 23rd October 2010 Open To The Best Greyhounds Nominated $30,000 To The Final Winner The Meadows, Vic Race No. 3City Of Hume Cup Ht108:00PM (VICtime) Special Event Heat event over 600 Metres at …Read More..
Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 23rd October 2010 Race No. 1Huge Jackpot Quaddie Tonight07:15PM (VICtime) Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,000 Prizemoney. 1st: $4,200 2nd: $1,200 3rd: $600. No.NameGradeFormBestLastTrainer 1TYE ME DOWN58753T …Read More..
The AGRA today announced the three finalists for the 2009 AGRA Sky Channel Greyhound of the Year. Amity Bale, Cindeen Shelby and El Galo were judged the top three after the judging Panel considered the achievements of five greyhounds nominated …Read More..
Just days after being named AGRA Greyhound Of The Month for November, Amity Bale has broken down hopelessly and will be retired. Racing last night in the Group 3 Newcastle Cup at The Gardens, Australia’s top ranked stayer was always …Read More..
AGRA’s Greyhound of the Month for November 2009 is New South Wales owned and Victorian trained stayer Amity Bale. The outstanding Graeme Bate trained black bitch has had a sensational five months of racing and capped it off by winning …Read More..
It has been a very long time since master trainer Graeme Bate has lead one of his chasers to the boxes, but when the quality field for the Group 3 Sport 927 Silver Bullet was paraded the punters were clamouring …Read More..
Welcome to Australian Racing Greyhound’s Greyhound Racing Tips for Saturday 24th October 2009 with Tips tonight from The Meadows (Victoria), Wentworth Park (New South Wales), and Cannington (West Australia). Sportsbet is still offering a free $50 bet without deposit is …Read More..
Amity Bale clinched her third consecutive Group race title with a stunning win in the $36,000 Group 2 Sir John Dillon Memorial at Sandown Park tonight. Clearly the best stayer currently racing, Amity Bale was sent to the boxes a …Read More..
One time “Nationals King” as dubbed by his mates in the media; Jason MacKay didn’t even have a greyhound worthy or eligible of starting in this years News South Wales National Sprint or Distance Championships heats, but an aptly named …Read More..
Aunty Vick a greyhound known more as a stayer who tried to qualify in 2008 for the New South Wales National Distance Championship, has won the South Australian National Sprint Championship Final for trainer Mick Giniotis. Having only over started …Read More..
The AGRA committee has announced the three finalists for the 2008 AGRA Greyhound of the Year. Chinatown Lad, El Galo and Fallen Zorro will now be judged by the panel and one crowned the winner of the coveted award. Read More..
The GRV have today announced the three finalists for the 2008 Victorian Greyhound Of The Year. They three finalsts were trimmed from a total list of 25 nominees by a seven member anonymous panel (Australian Racing Greyhound did not have …Read More..
Reigning Brisbane Trainer of the Year, Paul Felgate, is making a late charge for a second title with 11 starters in eight races at Albion Park this Thursday night.
Shane Whitney’s roller-coaster week finished on a high when his star stayer Fallen Zorro took out the $36,000 Group 2 Sir John Dillon Memorial at Sandown Park tonight.
Dual Group 1 one winning stayer Chinatown Lad has been scratched from the final of the $36,000 Group 2 Sir John Dillon Memorial after succumbing to a tail injury.
One of Ron Ball’s top bitches Berella Diva is set to rise to the top of the Brisbane Greyhound of the Year leader board if she can secure a placing tonight.
Last year’s Hume Cup winner Technoman will start his campaign for a second title this Thursday night at the Brisbane Greyhound Racing Club.