The Multiquip Bob Payne series has drawn a plethora of exciting greyhounds to the Glebe circuit, including the 520 metre track record holder Noble Pedro, 2011 Golden Easter Egg winner Radley Bale and a host of other Group 1 winners.
Meanwhile in the 720 metre Globe Memorial Plate 2011 Golden Easter Egg runner up, He Knows Uno steps up in distance, taking on Echelon, Slick Lee, Key To Eden and Kalden Mayhem.
Both series will see the overall winner take home $40,000, with all connections keen to start 2012 in good form.
The winner of the Multiquip Bob Payne Summer Sprint series will also book their position in the 2012 Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg heats on March 24.
Racing enthusiasts are encouraged to get along this weekend to see the high calibre of greyhounds in action.
The finals on January 14 will see free entry for NSW GBOTA Members and a guest on presentation of a valid membership card, while youngster Katie Shepard will be performing trackside.
Gates open at 5.30pm both weekends, with entry $6 for adults, children under 18 receive free entry when with an adult. First race 7.28pm
The fields for the Bob Payne Summer Sprint and Globe Memorial are here: Wentworth Park Fields For Saturday 7th January 2012.