Greyhound Racing South Australia Stewards completed an inquiry on 22 February 2012 into the circumstances relating to the obtaining of the positive urine sample from the greyhound Man Of Honour at the Greyhound Racing SA meeting held at Gawler on …Read More..
Greyhound Racing NSW Stewards have today announced that New South Wales greyhound trainer, Angelo Tsohalis is officially the eleventh trainer, and the first since May 2009, to return a positive swab to an anabolic steroid in a greyhound since the …Read More..
Some ten to fifteen years after the rise in the use of drugs such as Fertagyl, Eryhthropoetin (EPO), Aranesp and SoluCortef as performance enhancers in greyhounds, the Board of Greyhounds Australasia (GA) have today announced they will now commit to …Read More..
In a blow to connections and both the Sandown and Albion Park Greyhound Racing Clubs, the first lady of Australian Greyhound Racing, Queen Lauryn has been scratched from this Thursday night’s Group 2 McKenna Memorial heats and will also miss …Read More..
High profile New South Wales greyhound trainer Kristy Sultana is that state’s tenth greyhound trainer to be hauled before GHRRA Stewards over a positive swab to an Anabolic Steroid. Kristy Sultana has been one of the New South Wales greyhound …Read More..
In an amazing demonstration of grading or possibly the best example of greyhound trainers placing their charges to advantage, the Tony Brett trained Queen Lauryn tonight set spectacular figures for the Albion Park 600m, going within .5 length of the …Read More..
New South Wales GHHRA Stewards have released details of New South Wales’ 9th Anabolic Steroid positive swab, and this anabolic steroid positive swab is the first that is not due to Stanozol or its metabolites. New South Wales greyhound trainer, …Read More..
South Australia’s Racing Appeals Tribunal has cited the fact that Greyhounds Australia’s (formerly ANZGA) Drug Withholding Guidelines are flawed as reason enough to reduce South Australian greyhound trainer Raye Kelly’s disqualification from seven months to just four. In December 2008 …Read More..
Back in December 2008 John Carr was the very first Victorian Greyhound Trainer to front the GRV Stewards in relation to a positive swab to an anabolic steroid. At the time Carr was found guilty of presenting Bond Master to …Read More..
Greyhounds Queensland Stewards have released details of Queensland’s fourth Anabolic Steroid positive swab in a greyhound. The swab comes from the Clayton Hook trained greyhound, Telly Blossom, who ruteruned a positive swab to Hydroxystanozolol, at an Albion Park greyhound race …Read More..
With the Greyhound and Harness Racing Regulatory Authority (“the Authority”) now over four years old, the GHRRA nopw feels it is an opportune time to give all industry stakeholders an update on its achievements. The principal objectives of amalgamation were …Read More..
As reported on Australian Racing Greyhound back in mid December 2008, Jimmy Magnasalis was officially NSW’s eighth anabolic steroid positive swab. At the time Magnasalis escaped with just a $1,500 fine after offering evidence that a veterinary treatment for “water …Read More..
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 …Read More..
As reported here recently, Victoria has officially now recorded its first positive swab to an Anabolic Steroid, and if greyhound industry watchers thought GRV Stewards might take a soft approach to those caught under the new rules; they are dead wrong. Devon Meadows greyhound trainer John Carr is responsible for Victoria’s first Anabolic Steroid positive swab and GRV Stewards have taken a hard line, handing out the longest disqualification Read More..
NSW GHRRA Stewards have just announced the eight confirmed positive swab to a banned Anabolic Steroid and this time the trainer involved escaped with just a fine. Jimmy Magnisalis, the trainer of Rocket Rudi who returned a positive swab to Hydroxystanozolol offered evidence that a veterinary treatment for “water diabetes” almost two months prior to the positive swab included an injection of Stanozol.Read More..
Albion Park will be the first Australian greyhound track to race with the New Zealand style “finish on” lure after Greyhounds Queensland has today announced it will introduce the new system effective 5th January 2009. Brisbane Greyhound Racing Club and …Read More..
On the same day as the Peter Passfield appeal, the Greyhound and Harness Racing Appeals Tribunal heard and determined an Appeal lodged by Frank Daros in relation his five months disqualifications as a result of positive swab to Nandrolone. Officially Frank Daros’ positive swab to Nadrolone was the third to be unearthed in New South Wales since the advent of the ban on Anabolic Steroids that come in to force on the 1st July 2008.Read More..
Australian Racing Greyhound sources have confirmed that Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) Stewards are close to making public their intention to hold inquiries in to two seperate positive swabs to anabolic steroids
GRSA Head Steward Paul Marks has finally made public South Australia’s first positive swab to an anabolic steroid in a greyhound.
Stewards recently finalised an inquiry into the positive finding of Nandrolone in the urine sample taken from ‘the greyhound Annabeth Chase at Tamworth on the 6th September, 2008.
Megan Lee Mason has been found guilty in NSW’s sixth case to appear before stewards with regard to a positive swab to a banned Anabolic Steroid.
New South Wales GHRRA Stewards have handed down their finding in the fifth inquiry to a positive swab to an Anabolic Steroid, this time the steroid positive was to Hydroxystanozolol and the trainer received five months disqualification.
The fourth positive swab to an Anabolic Steroid in New South Wales has come to light, but this time not just the trainer has been disqualified but also her husband, who has been found guilty of administering a prohibited substance.
News has just come to hand of New South Wales third positive swab to Anabolic Steroids and again the swab has shown in a male greyhound. Remarkably, the trainer Frank Daros admitted to administration of the Anabolic Steroid “Deca 50” …Read More..
Greyhounds Queensland stewards have today released details regarding another two postitive swabs to anabolic steroids, one involving a high profile trainer and breeder. Remarkably both swabs have tested positive to the same drug, Hydroxyzstanazolo.
Queensland’s champion race bitch, Queen Lauryn has been scratched from the Group 1 Paws Of Thunder Heats on Saturday.
GHRRA Stewards have recieved confirmatory “B” samples back on two more positives swabs to Anabolic Steroids in the wake of the new rules banning their use.
Australian Racing Greyhound.com can reveal that further to New South Wales first positive swab to a banned anabolic steroid, GHRRA stewards are awaiting confirmatory “B” sample testing on a further four swabs and have convened an inquiry in to a …Read More..
Hot on the heels of Queensland’s first positive swab to a banned anabolic steroid, New South Wales stewards have finalised an inquiry in to a positive swab to the same banned steroid.
Greyhounds Queensland stewards have left participants in no doubts as to how serious they intend to treat positive swabs involving anabolic steroids.