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Is greyhound racing dangerous?

HERE is a good question, and one that might set the stage for the next century. Well, the next decade anyway. A reader passed on...

This Week In Racing History

SEPTEMBER 3 Interest Only annexed the 1990 Lord Mayor’s Trophy (732 metres, Olympic Park), defeating Jezepop by almost three lengths. Paradise Street kept its undefeated...

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...

The Definitive Preview – 2012 National Sprint Championship Grand Final

WHERE/WHEN: Hobart GRC (Elwick Racecourse) 461m, August 25, Race 8 at 7.25pm AEST. $111,500 prize pool ($75,000 to the winner). THE STORY SO FAR: It...

Brett Lee And Track Redesigning

Comparison between different generations can never be reliable but everyone likes to make them anyway. The current debate features the relative merits of new star...

Yes, No, Maybe?

Good to hear from some readers about the quality of our tracks, but we would like to see more comments. We have plenty of time...

A Celebration Of The History Of The Nationals

Certainly one of the most exciting times of the year for Greyhound Racing in Australia is in August September. It’s Nationals time and for many...

2009 National Sprint And Distance Championship Results

The results of the Grand Finals at Cannington on Saturday night are what the National series is all about. On the one hand we have...

Sand Burner Lights Up Richmond Greyhound Track

One time “Nationals King” as dubbed by his mates in the media; Jason MacKay didn’t even have a greyhound worthy or eligible of starting in...

Knocka Norris Leaves Them In His Wake

Queenslander Knocka Norris equalled the deeds of his father Elite State by brilliantly winning the Group 1 Rapidvite National Sprint Championship Final (520m) at Wentworth...