The Darren McDonald trainer Silent Guardian is gunning for a unique cash bonus this Wednesday night at Ballarat. Starting from an awkward box five in the final of the Ballarat leg of the Tri Star Series, Silent Guardian is chasing …Read More..
Welcome to Australian Racing Greyhound’s free Greyhound Racing Tips for Friday 17th July 2009 with Tips tonight from Geelong (Victoria), Richmond (New South Wales) and selected races from Mandurah (West Australia). Hopefully we’ll see some good Greyhound Racing action tonight …Read More..
Master Moe trainer Peter Giles has won a $500 Rapidvite product voucher simply by nominating his talented stayer Octanol for a grade 5 heat at Sandown Park. As part of a promotion between Rapidvite and Sandown Park, every six months …Read More..
In a big night of greyhound racing, Amity Bale confirmed her status as the rising star of Australia’s staying ranks, winning her heat of the $36,000 Group 2 McKenna Memorial. The scratchings of Group 1 Albion Park Gold Cup winner …Read More..
The bookies will have trouble deciding opening prices this Thursday night at Albion Park for the running of the 36th Group Two Queensland Derby. The exciting heats last week produced a multitude of potential winners, and the box draw has …Read More..
Next week’s Brandons Electrical Queensland Derby will have punters scratching their heads after the box draw evened up the field following last night’s Heats. Experience at Albion Park shined through in the six Heats, with several Brisbane regulars making the …Read More..
Welcome to Australian Racing Greyhound’s free Greyhound Racing Tips for Thursday 11th June 2009 with Tips tonight from Sandown Park (Victoria), Dapto (New South Wales), Albion Park (Queensland), Angle Park (South Australia) and Mandurah (West Australia). Some fantastic Greyhound Racing …Read More..
Nova Surf will start a short-priced favourite in the fourth heat of the Group 1 Hawkins Media Laurels when the series kicks off this Thursday night at Sandown Park. Trained by Darren McDonald, Nova Surf was the only bitch to …Read More..
The 2009 Group 1 Maturity Classic is just days away now, with the big final to be run and won on Saturday night. The 40th running of the now classic race will see the winner walk away with $50,000 first …Read More..
The crème of Australia’s young greyhounds assembled at The Meadows tonight to contest 4 semi’s of the Group 1 Hudson Pacific Maturity Classic. The rising stars of greyhound racing were all vying for a place in the $50,000 to the …Read More..
Welcome to Australian Racing Greyhound’s free Greyhound Racing Tips for Sunday 12th April 2009 with Tips tonight from Sale (Victoria) and Bendigo (Victoria) with some good greyhound racing from Bendigo with the $26,000 to the winner Group 2 Bendigo Cup …Read More..
The fabulous Bendigo Goldrush Carnival goes in to full swing tonight on the fourth night of racing with four semi finals of the Rocky Ridge Farm Goldrush Maiden and, in stark contrast to last years ordinary turnout; there is eight …Read More..
From its humble beginnings the Group 1 Sky Channel Adelaide Cup has now become the stepping-stone to stardom for some of Australia’s household names in greyhound racing. The first Adelaide Cup was held at Waterloo Corner in 1956 and won …Read More..
Queen Lauryn staked her claim to being Australia’s best bitch after a comprehensive win in the $72,500 Group 1 Solo Sapphire Crown at Sandown Park tonight.
She, more than most, realises life is one’s most precious asset – albeit she found out the hard way Back in December 2000, Jones sustained horrific injuries when kicked in the face by a thoroughbred. In a split second, Jones …Read More..
A broken leg – suffered in a football match during the mid-1960s – has proved the catalyst behind Peter Giles’ myriad greyhound racing triumphs.
Greyhound trainers from all over Victoria are gearing up for Traralgon Greyhound Racing Club’s biggest ever Traralgon Cup.
Mantra Lad won the Group 1 Rapidvite National Distance Championship Final (720m) at Wentworth Park in Sydney on Saturday night at just his seventh staying start.
Tanjil South trainer Peter Giles narrowly won the $6000 final of the Castle of Mey Trophy with greyhound Spences Shadow at Glenview Park, Traralgon on Friday.
Peter Giles proved conclusively that “Black Friday” isn’t unlucky for him, when Paddy’s Flame broke El Galo’s quest for four consecutive country cups in Friday’s Wangaratta Cup final.
Last year’s Australian Trainer of the Year, Jason Thompson, is chasing his third Group 2 Wangaratta Cup (474m) in four years on Friday night.
Paddy’s Flame ($2.60) aptly named after shocking fires that ravaged his home region of Gippsland during his birth, lit up the track on Saturday night to take out the Group 1 Hudson Pacific Maturity Classic at The Meadows.
It’s been eight years since the “Moe maestro”, Peter Giles, has stood triumphant on the Maturity Classic podium. One of the sport’s most decorated mentors, Giles won the 2000 Maturity Classic with the Queensland-owned Acacia Dee.