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Hybrid race meetings – 7 June onwards

Hybrid race meetings – 7 June onwards

GRV will increase the number of 'Hybrid' race meetings from Friday 7th June onwards with the aim to better utilise the current active greyhound racing population. A 'Hybrid' meeting is a Provincial Full Stakes meeting with advertised rank limit events (Eg. 250+ Ranking).

Coffee and cuddles on the menu as GAP Café enters a new era

Coffee and cuddles on the menu as GAP Café enters a new era

Rachel Yeo moved into the café over the Easter break and started trading on 23 April.

KENNEL COUGH ALERT

KENNEL COUGH ALERT

Cases of Kennel Cough, a highly contagious disease in dogs, have been detected in Victoria and participants need to be alert

The Meadows appoints new CEO

The Meadows appoints new CEO

The Melbourne Greyhound Racing Association (MGRA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashley Baker as its...

Longwood Cup headlines bumper meeting

Longwood Cup headlines bumper meeting

Coursing on Sunday 19 May will include the Longwood Cup, Bert Clark Memorial and a Slips to Boxes Challenge.

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Why ‘Batman’ can – and can’t – defend his title

Why ‘Batman’ can – and can’t – defend his title

Irrespective of whether he wins the 2019 edition of the RSN Sandown Cup, Tornado Tears will go down as one of the sport’s greatest ever stayers.

Johnson vying for Group 1 dream

Johnson vying for Group 1 dream

Young trainer Matt Johnson is set for the biggest moment of his short training career when Poise lines up in the Sapphire Crown final.

Rajasthan adds spice to Sandown Cup

Rajasthan adds spice to Sandown Cup

Young South Australian owner Tim Aloisi has developed an amazing knack for purchasing tried greyhounds in recent years and he’s hoping his astute eye will reap the ultimate reward in Friday night’s Group 1 RSN Sandown Cup Final.

Thirty years on, Fawning over Bold Trease

Thirty years on, Fawning over Bold Trease

Some time in 1984, Norm McCullagh contemplated greyhound racing’s version of pick-a-box. It’s a familiar scenario, for both dog and greyhound purchasers; a litter of pups, pick the one you like.

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