BLABBA Mouth will be aiming to emulate the feat of his superstar dam when he contests the Group 1 Paws of Thunder at Wentworth Park this Saturday night. The black dog is a son of Magic Sprite and former champion …Read More..
The Black Top is the flagship event held annually at The Gardens greyhound racing track in the New South Wales Hunter Valley, carrying group 2 status and a $40,000 winner’s cheque. The series is run and won over two weeks, …Read More..
OWNER Lenny Morgan has had a whirlwind week with his bonny bitch Melissa’s Pride which took out the Listed Newcastle Cup (715m) at The Gardens on Friday afternoon. Stepping well from box seven, the black bitch had to settle for …Read More..
DESPITE thinking Melissa’s Pride had won outright the Group 3 Summer Cup (720m) at Wentworth Park on Saturday night, her Hunter Valley trainer Michelle Shambler says she was stoked to have dead-heated the feature with Victorian greyhound Ring The Bell. …Read More..
RING The Bell and Melissa’s Pride have been crowned joint winners of the 2016 Group 3 Summer Cup (720m) after dead-heating in the final at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. When the lids flew open for the $25,000-to-the-winner event, Melissa’s …Read More..
The Group 1 Sapphire Crown is the premier bitches only race on the Australian greyhound racing calendar. The series is open to the best 32 female greyhounds nominated, plus reserves, and is conducted over the 515m trip at Sandown Park …Read More..
The Group 3 Ladies Bracelet is run as a celebration of women in racing, with the final held on Mother’s Day eve each year at Wentworth Park. The event is open to the best 32 female greyhounds, plus reserves, with …Read More..
NAMED after the most iconic race caller greyhound racing has seen, Paul Ambrosoli, the Group 3 Ambrosoli is a sought after trophy run on Golden Easter Egg final night each year. The race is essentially a consolation of the Egg …Read More..
THIS week’s review of litters selected from the NSW Whelping Report for the week ending October 18, 2015 starts with a nice litter of six pups registered by Londonderry breeder, Harry Sarkis, by the US born, international stud success Kinloch …Read More..
THIS week’s review of litters selected from the NSW Whelping Report for the week ending October 11, 2015 starts with a nice litter of nine pups registered by Cranebrook breeder, Stuart Barron, by Barcia Bale (March 2010 Go Wild Teddy …Read More..
FERNANDO Bale’s sensational, yet oh-so-close, victory in the Topgun, after leading all the way from box one, looked almost like a re-run of the 1998 Topgun, taken out in almost similar fashion by the great Rapid Journey. Fernando Bale maintained …Read More..
The Paws of Thunder, originally known as the NSW St. Ledger, is one of the most revered races in in the state, having been run for the first time in 1957 when taken out by Idle Sign. The event, …Read More..
THE Sapphire Crown Classic now ranks as one of the most important events for female greyhounds on the Sandown annual calendar, with this year being the 41st running of the race. The original name of the event was the Sir …Read More..
In the world of greyhound racing, there are no better events to bet on than Group 1 features, with the sport’s superior canine athletes, all chasing the biggest winner’s cheques on offer. Why are Group 1 races the best to …Read More..
Eight heats of the Brodie Wells Electrical Future Stars Series will be run and won at Maitland this afternoon, with some outstanding prospects on debut over the 400 metres. This extremely popular event will again carry a winner’s purse of …Read More..
SEPTEMBER 10 Security Star set a new track record time of 20.03 for the 350 metres trip at Kempsey in 2005. Lochinvar Prada annexed the 2008 Black Top over 515 metres at the Gardens, defeating Elite Oriental and Cindeen Shelby. …Read More..
The Gardens will stage six outstanding heats of the Group Two Blacktop, with a juicy $40,000 awaiting next week’s final winner. This race has an outstanding honour roll, with stars such as Snozz, Bye Bye Bucks and Cindeen Shelby amongst …Read More..
Sportsbet is offering punters with a fantastic promotion on tonights Sapphire Crown! Money back 2nd and 3rd! A big Thursday of greyhounds is headlined by the Sapphire Crown, and we have a big offer! Place a bet on the Sapphire …Read More..
The 2014 installment of the Group Three Ladies Bracelet will be run on Saturday night at Wentworth Park. The race is for bitches only and has been a feature event since 1971. The race was first won by Shapely Escort …Read More..
It was a race inaugurated by the GBOTA, who were then operating out of Harold Park, to compete with the very successful National Futurity, run by rival organisation, the NCA, at Wentworth Park. This year marks the 44th running of …Read More..
Precocious pups and a plethora of hopeful owners and trainers will descend upon Wentworth Park this Sunday afternoon for ten heats of the Group Three Magic Maiden at the Glebe Circuit. First conducted in 2002, the race is conducted in …Read More..
As the Group One Golden Easter Egg approaches, the quality of the preludes increases. This week we see some handy Victorian’s trained by Darren McDonald, and the Healesville Cup winner and track record holder Frosty Jay Jay making an appearance. …Read More..
Sensational middle distance performer Hailstorm Billy broke the Warrnambool track record over 650 metres last Thursday night. The son of Westmead Hawk has always shown enormous ability, especially over the middle distances, so it came as no surprise to see …Read More..
Great night of racing ahead with some quality greyhounds engaged. Recent Vince Curry Memorial winner Jungle Junction is engaged to run in the heats of the Queensland young guns. All eyes will be on the daughter of Cindeen Shelby and …Read More..
Reg Kay won his first Vince Curry Memorial Maiden on Saturday night when Jungle Junction speared the lids and led throughout to beat a promising field of up-and-comers. The regally bred daughter of Cosmic Rumble and Cindeen Shelby (Bombastic Shiraz …Read More..
Eight chasers will walk across the podium tonight at Ipswich chasing the title of 2014 Vince Curry Memorial winner at 9.59pm. $40,000 awaits the victor in Australia’s richest maiden race and six local trainers are represented and all have high …Read More..
Four semi-finals tonight will decide the eight finalists for the $25,000 to the winner Vince Curry Memorial next Saturday night. The first two runners from each heat will make the final, with the two quickest thirds securing a reserve position. …Read More..