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Remember when: Fair Sentence won the 1989 Geelong Cup

HE would be the veteran of 107 starts at a time when it was unusual for top-flight greyhounds to compete so often, but Fair Sentence...

Unsung ‘heroes’ join a select band of greyhound greats

ANYBODY looking through the form for the Sandown meeting on Thursday night (April 14) might have noticed two greyhounds drawn to compete who, between them,...

Secret Spell attempting a rare double in Cranbourne Cup final

THE classy Secret Spell is deservedly one of the favourites to take out the final of this year’s Group 2 Cranbourne Cup, and with a...

Hurunui Hitman Wins Geelong Cup 2012

Hurunui Hitman won the $42,000 first prize in the Group 2 Sita Geelong Cup (460m) on Friday night, catapulting trainer Steve McKenna back into the...

Dailly Digs Up Gold In Geelong Cup Wheeler 1-2-3

Geelong kennelmates Dyna Tron ($3.40) and Dyna Bert ($17.20) last night produced a one-two finish in the Geelong Gold Cup at Beckley Park. Trained by...

Time To Put A Lid On It?

Is it time to have a serious debate about the level of Group One prize money for some races in Australia? Are there a few...

Lord Ducal Takes Out Greyhound Racing’s Biggest Prize

Devon Meadows husband and wife team Jon and Jenny Roberts took out Australia’s richest and most prestigious greyhound race, the $250,000 Group 1 Solo Melbourne...

2009 Melbourne Cup Final Detailed Form And Analysis

The 2009 Group 1 Solo Melbourne Cup offering $175,000 to the winner is Australia’s richest greyhound event and the richest free entry greyhound race in...

Gripen Bale’s 2009 Geelong Gold Cup Win

Young sensation Gripen Bale added the Geelong Australia Gold Cup to the famous Wheeler Bale dynasty in spectacular style last Friday night. Gripen Bale ($5.20)...

Graeme Bate Inducted To Hall Of Fame

Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) tonight launched its Victorian Greyhound Racing Hall of Fame at Sandown Greyhound Racing Club. Graeme Bate has tonight been announced as...