Despite only one group winner for the month of April (Numero Uno Bale – Group Three ‘Ambrosoli’ at Wentworth Park), Where’s Pedro (535 points) continues to fly high at the top of the AGRA rankings table for a fourth consecutive …Read More..
With the release of the Australian Greyhound Breeding Rankings for October it appears no one can stop the Surf Lorian wave with his clear dominance at the top of the table once again for his successful production of multiple group …Read More..
Listed below are the breeding rankings for August 2010. The ranked positions are determined by a points system applied to group races on a sliding scale of points first to eighth. Rosemary Bale and Frosty Fruits on 25 leads the …Read More..
Just as El Galo has accomplished, Thai Again has persisted in the top rank as Australia’s leading greyhound dam for the whole of 2009. With the rankings out, and unchanged since June 2009, Thai Again (Token Prince ~ Thia Magic) …Read More..
For the third month running Thai Again (Token Prince ~ Thia Magic) still leads the Australian dam rankings. Thai Again did just enough by adding seven points to take her tally to move to 25 points and stay ahead of …Read More..
After sitting 17 points behind Primo Uno after January 2009’s AGRA Sire Rankings, Hallucinate has taken over as Australia’s Leading Sire with 262, 24 points in advance of Primo Uno, with Bombastic Shiraz a further point back in third. Hallucinate …Read More..
Through sheer weight of numbers Primo Uno has taken an early lead in the AGRA Sire Rankings for January 2009, just ahead of Hallucinate** who had a stellar January with Lilley Criminal and Fedex both scoring group wins. In the AGRA Dam Rankings the super producer Thai Again has taken the lead through the deeds of Magnifique, Hendrix and Radio Star, while Go Shoopa is second by just 1 point, mainly through the ultra consistent efforts of Gunnadoo Magic.Read More..
Listed below are the breeding rankings for April 2008. The ranked positions are determined by a points system applied to group races on a sliding scale of points first to eighth.