THEY say the only thing wrong with dogs is that they can’t live forever. It’s a sentiment shared by Steve White, who had to say goodbye to his ‘best friend’ Paua To Burn on Tuesday afternoon, with the champion race …Read More..
THERE are certain things in life which do not need to be stuffed up, or at least not stuffed up on a regular basis, and data entry is one of these. Especially data entry when it involves simply transcribing a …Read More..
THE stage is set for one of the biggest events on the Queensland greyhound racing calendar – the 520-metre Group 1 Brisbane Cup this Thursday at Albion Park. The favourite for the $100,000 to the winner event is the Andrea …Read More..
ALL eyes will be on Sandown Park this Friday night with eight heats of Australia’s richest greyhound race, the $600,000 Melbourne Cup. The series is set to be the swan song for champion sprinter Fernando Bale which will be aiming …Read More..
LEADING Queensland conditioner Tony Brett says his star duo Keybow and Flash Reality are in excellent order ahead of the Group 1 Dapto Megastar this Friday night. The veterans, which both turn four years of age in December, received an …Read More..
DUAL Group winner Flash Reality appears destined to add another feature to his imposing record when he jumps from box five in Tuesday night’s Group 3 Townsville Cup. Trained by Tony Brett, the son of Premier Fantasy and Orara Flash …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..
THIS Saturday night, Wentworth Park will host 10 heats of the 2015 Group 1 Golden Easter Egg. The top three from each heat plus the two fastest fourths will progress through to next week’s semi-finals before the $250,000 to-the-winner decider …Read More..
January 22 Shan’s Tempest won the 1973 Maturity Classic by five-and-a-half lengths from Dougie’s Rose and Tasmanian sprinter Holding Premier, running the 511 metres at Olympic Park in 30.33. This was the first year the Maturity Classic was open to …Read More..
To win any race by 14 and a half lengths is an unusual achievement in practically any event; to do it in a major race final is truly phenomenal. My Bro Fabio’s victory by that margin in the Group One …Read More..
When it comes to Tasmanian chasers, the victory of Buckle Up Wes in the Topgun, combined with his success earlier this year in the Australian Cup, arguably makes a case for him to be called the best sprinter to have …Read More..
As Australia’s richest invite-only greyhound race, the Group 1 Topgun is one of the most coveted trophies on the group racing calendar and since it’s inception in 1993 it has been won by some of the greatest athletes our sport …Read More..
Queensland’s best sprinters will press their claims for a shot at Australia-wide glory when they line up for three heats of the AGRA National Sprint Queensland Championships on Thursday night. Eight greyhounds will progress to next Thursday’s final with the …Read More..
JULY 23 Jewel Stand, the first long distance ‘star’ of racing behind a mechanical lure, set a new track record time of 53.6 for the 920 yards (841 metres) at the Epping (Harold Park) course in 1927. Playgirl Bonnie won …Read More..
JULY 16 Montana Jet won her first race start, over 380 yards at Geelong, by nine lengths in 1957. The black bitch was just 12 months old and went on to win her first four starts, all over the next …Read More..
Tony Brett continued his stranglehold on the Group One Winter Carnival Cup when Flash Reality (8) put in a dashing display to land the $75,000 to-the-winner event at Albion Park on Thursday night. The win makes it four straight Winter …Read More..
Some things in life just seem to feel right. An old favourite pair of jeans, the comfy chair, your favourite song. For astute Grandchester mentor Tony Brett it may well be the Group One Winter Carnival Cup that is the …Read More..
Eight speedy greyhounds from four different states will line up for a shot at the $75,000 first prize in this Thursday night’s Group One Winter Carnival Cup at Albion Park. Master Queensland trainer Tony Brett, who has won the race …Read More..
JULY 2nd King Renard took out the 1949 Wyong Straight Track Championship, scoring by six lengths over Silver Penny with China Lady a half length away third. West Australian puppy Mister Toewyte defeated Honey Gazelle and Nola’s Copy to take …Read More..
The shocking revelation on this website of Tabcorp’s practice of changing bets after the jump is bad enough. But Tabcorp is also under the gun from Racing NSW about the practice of manipulating incoming Fixed Odds bets to suit its …Read More..
Grandchester trainer Tony Brett gave every impression that he could maintain his stranglehold on the Group One Winter Carnival Cup when Flash Reality set the time standard for him at Albion Park on Thursday night. The promising son of Premier …Read More..