GRV, as the regulator of greyhound racing in Victoria, is responsible for ensuring the overall integrity of the sport and the welfare of all race-bred greyhounds from birth to retirement and rehoming.


Interested in participating on race day or becoming a breeder or trainer?

Become A Catcher

Find out more about how to become a catcher and the capabilities required.

Become An Attendant

Discover important information to help you become an attendant.

Become A Trainer

Find out information about how to become a trainer and what is involved.

Become A Breeder

Find out how to become registered to be a breeder.

Racing Integrity

Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) has primary responsibilities in regards not only the day to day greyhound racing product (racing integrity) but also the behavior of industry participants, club and GRV employees (people integrity).

Rules & Policies

The greyhound racing industry in Victoria is governed by Local and National Rules of Racing. and link for ‘Learn

Code of Practice & EHMP Declarations

Find about various obligations and responsibilities relate to participation in greyhound racing.

Stewards Inquiries

Find a list of stewards inquiries raised in Victorian Greyhound Racing, by year.

Victorian Racing Tribunal

The Victorian Racing Tribunal has jurisdiction for all matters involving serious offences under the rules of racing of the respective racing codes.


Learn more about the welfare programs GRV has developed to support owners and their greyhounds through injury or when preparing for retirement and rehoming.

Greyhound Recovery Initiative

Find out more about the program, funding available, what the GRI covers.

Dental & Desexing Scheme

Find out more about eligibility and how to apply.

Report Suspicious Activity

Find out how to report suspicious activity, greyhound welfare or integrity concerns.