THE Temlee is a group 1 event which is run over the 525m trip at The Meadows and has grown in stature over the past decade to become one of the most sought after trophies on the greyhound racing calendar. …Read More..
SHIMA Bar gave owner-breeder partners Bob Cummings and David Gleeson their second group 1 triumph on Saturday night when taking out the final of the Paws of Thunder (520m) at Wentworth Park. Trained by Andrea Dailly, Shima Bar was fairly …Read More..
The Silver Chief Classic was first inaugurated in Melbourne in 1964 and was meant to rival the National Derby, the age classic begun by the National Coursing Association a year earlier. Over the course of its history it has occasionally …Read More..
WITH 2017 finally here, Australian Racing Greyhound is counting down the greyhounds which have made an indelible mark on the sport over the past 12 months. These are the athletes which competed at the highest level and proved to be …Read More..
NEW South Wales superstar Bessy Boo has been retired after tearing a back muscle at Wentworth Park on Friday night. Trained at Londonderry by Christine and Alan Proctor, Bessy Boo was having his 158th start and was remarkably still able …Read More..
BESSY Boo will have the chance to add another feature success to his rap sheet when he contests a heat of the Group 3 Christmas Gift (520m) at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. Trained by Christine and Alan Proctor, Bessy …Read More..
STAR Victorian Zambora Brockie added another feature success to his resume on Friday night, scoring a sensational victory in the Group 2 Ballarat Cup (450m). Starting from box two in the $77,000 to the winner feature, Zambora Brockie exploded from …Read More..
TALENTED litter mates On Fire, Buzz Box and Purpose Driven lifted the spirits of their trainer, Cameron Butcher, when running the trifecta in Thursday night’s Group 3 Brian Johnstone (515m) at Angle Park. Stepping from box three, On Fire was …Read More..
ZAMBORA Brockie is the $2.15 favourite with William Hill to take out Friday night’s Group 2 Ballarat Cup (450m) after his impressive 25.13 heat victory last week. Starting from box four, the son of Nitro Burst and Flying Liddy pinged …Read More..
Can Zambora Brockie win the Melbourne Cup?ALL eyes will be on Sandown Park this Friday night for the running of the world’s richest greyhound race, the Group 1 Melbourne Cup (515m). Worth a massive $420,000 to the winner, the race …Read More..
DESPITE its incredibly long history, the Melbourne Cup has not really been a race where greyhounds domiciled in New South Wales have done well. This is despite the fact NSW racing was arguably far stronger than Victoria from the 1950s …Read More..
THE final race on Melbourne Cup and Bold Trease heat night was taken out by the longest price winner of the meeting, with $30 shot Caco Potion leading all the way from box two in the final Bold Trease heat. …Read More..
ONE of the most exciting events on the greyhound racing calendar is just days away, with the running of the Group 2 Shootout (515m) at Sandown Park this Friday night. An innovative concept, four of the nation’s best sprinters have …Read More..
SOUTH Australian star Fabregal added another title to her rap sheet on Sunday night, scoring a tough victory in the Group 3 Gawler Cup over 531m. Stepping well from box four, the Robyn Mackellar-trained bitch was able to push up …Read More..
ANDO’S Mac is on track to claim his first group title when the lids fly open for the Group 1 Vic Peters Classic (520m) at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. Despite being drawn in box six against a quality field, …Read More..
DESPITE going win-less in its past four starts, Victorian star Zambora Brockie remains the favourite to take out the world’s richest greyhound race, the Group 1 Melbourne Cup, at Sandown Park on November 18. Trained by Anthony Azzopardi, the black speed …Read More..
ZAMBORA Brockie is the favourite to win his third group 1 event on Saturday night when the lids fly open for the invitation-only Topgun (525m) at The Meadows. A son of Nitro Burst and Flying Liddy, the black dog will …Read More..
THERE really must be something in the South Australian water table. Reigning National Sprint Champion Worm Burner resumed racing on June 6 after a two-month break and in 13 starts since then, all at Angle Park and all over 515 …Read More..
THIS week’s review of litters selected from the Victorian Litter Registrations list for the two weeks ending August 22 starts with three litters by well bred stud prospect, Banjo Boy (April 2011 Vee Man Vane x Off Springer). Wallan breeder, …Read More..
STAR South Australian sprinter Fabregal stole the show at Angle Park on Thursday night, recording the fastest win across the three Group 3 SA Oaks heats over 515m. Starting from box five in the second heat, the Robyn Mackellar-trained bitch …Read More..
DUNDEE Osprey proved once again that he is one of the finest sprinters in the country, taking out Thursday night’s Speed Star event over 515m at Sandown Park. The innovative series saw eight of the fastest chasers in Victoria converge …Read More..
FORMER Tasmanian chaser Mahalo Miss will be aiming to qualify for her second group final in less than a week when she contests a heat of the Group 3 SA Oaks (515m) at Angle Park on Friday night. Owned and …Read More..
ALL eyes will be on Sandown Park this Thursday night for the running of the third Speed Star series. The event will see eight of the fastest greyhounds to have raced or publicly trialled at Sandown Park between June 1 …Read More..
CAMERON Butcher celebrated the biggest victory of his training career on Saturday night, with his ultra-consistent chaser Worm Burner taking out the Group 1 National Sprint Championship at Angle Park. Jumping brilliantly from box six, the son of Oaks Road …Read More..
WORM Burner has upstaged one of the hottest fields assembled at Angle Park in recent memory to claim Group 1 National Championship final (515m). Punters rallied around Victorian superstar Zambora Brockie from the ideal rails draw, sending the dual group …Read More..
ALL eyes will be on Angle Park this Saturday night as the Nationals series’ culminates with two blockbuster events over the sprint and distance trips. Over the past three weeks, greyhounds from all around the country have contested heats and finals in …Read More..
THIS week’s review of litters selected from the Victorian Litter Registrations list for the week ending July 27 starts with beautifully bred litter of nine pups by the brilliant sprinter, Cape Hawke (October 2009 Where’s Pedro x Viva Odessa), whose …Read More..
RING The Bell will be aiming to land a third consecutive win for Victoria in the final of the Group 1 National Distance Championship (731m) at Angle Park on Saturday night. Trained by Gerry O’Keeffe, Ring The Bell is the …Read More..