The dogs racing in time: Sweet It Is loses title, Mepunga Hayley wins Maturity
- Roger Clark talks breeding taking a look a three recent litters sired by Barcia Bale.
- The Victorian RADB officially strips the Braden Finn trained Sweet It of her 2015 G1 National Distance Championships title after swabbing positive in the Victorian state final.
- Bruce Teague responds to criticism of the greyhound industry over claims of over breeding by pointing out the obvious failings of state regulator run breeding incentive schemes.
- Mepunga Hayley wins the 2014 Group 1 Maturity Classic for trainer Jeff Britton and Mepunga owner/breeder Barry Smith.
- Bruce Teague poses the question and asks is it really good for the future of greyhound racing to have five of our state bodies run by lawyers and not business people?
- Duncan Stearn takes a look at the background to the AWM Distance Title, the race which is now known as the Destini Fireball Stayers named after the 2013 winner.
- Punters were all getting behind the chances of the Graeme Bate trained Schroder Bale to win the Group 1 Maturity Classic at The Meadows.
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