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Today’s greyhound racing in time

We take a look back through the archives of Australia’s oldest and largest greyhound racing news website to cast an eye over this day in...
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Talking breeding: Egg winner’s litter has Graham smiling

THIS week’s review of litters from the NSW Whelping Report for the week ending January 31, starts with a nice litter of nine pups by...

Background To The National Sprint Championship

Cannington plays host to National Sprint Championship final in 2014 for only the fifth time in the history of the event. It first staged the...

Anthony Bullock Not Conceding Defeat To Buckle Up Wes

Champion chaser Buckle Up Wes (Collision – Everlong Bale) will be at prohibitive odds about winning Division One of the J G Nelson Cup (515...

Track Records Don’t Go Often In Big Race Finals

The Horsham and Temora Cup finals, run over the last weekend, produced two fairly rare occurrences: a track record in the former (Crump), and an...

Momentum Continues For Ernie Bung Arrow

It just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The Ernie Bung Arrow bandwagon is expanding by the day as this cult hero continues to build one...

Twelve Things You Don’t Know About The Hobart Thousand

2013 will see the 77th running of the Hobart Thousand, arguably Australia’s longest-running feature event. I say ‘arguably’ because while the Hobart Thousand, which started...

Maine’s Christmas Comes Early

Burnie trainer Wayne Maine enjoyed a great start to the festive season by winning races at both the LGRC meeting at the Tote Racing Centre...

This Week In Greyhound Racing History: 19th November – 25th November

19th November Brother Bee (The Fort x Shantung) had his first start in Australia in 1974 after winning the New Zealand St Leger and being...

Rewind’s Curtain Call Brings Reflection on Tassie’s Golden Era

Most people by now would be aware that Maurie Strickland’s wonderful chaser, Rewind, has run his last race. Bringing to a close a career that...