News Articles - GRNSW News

  • First Starters Required To Trial

    GRNSW News
    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) today announced that all greyhounds engaged to have their first career start in a TAB maiden race will first need to compete in a performance qualifying trial to be eligible to race from December 1, 2009.
  • Changes To TAB Nomination Closing Times

    GRNSW News
    Greyhound Racing NSW wishes to advise participants that as from November 1, 2009 the closing times for nominations at all TAB tracks has been brought forward by one hour.
  • Danny Green Coming To Wentworth Park

    GRNSW News
    Danny "The Green Machine" Green is on his way to Wentworth Park. Green will be the star-of-the-show at Wentworth Park on Saturday 31 October - the night of the Group One Schweppes Vic Peters Classic Final.
  • Who Will Be The States Top Dog?

    GRNSW News
    200 greyhounds, over 100 heats, 28 finals run at 28 tracks right across the state – and last year it came down to the very last race. Greyhound racing doesn’t get much better than that – or does it?
  • GRNSW Announce Merger Cost

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    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) Chairman Professor Percy Allan AM today disclosed that the final costs for merging the greyhound division of the Greyhound and Harness Racing Regulatory Authority (GHRRA) with GRNSW totalled almost $2 million.

    GRNSW News
    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) today announced the establishment of a Veterinary Advisory Panel that will provide technical advice to GRNSW in relation to regulatory and animal welfare matters where veterinary views are relevant to matters being considered by GRNSW.
  • Schedule Shift A Winner On Debut

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    The recent decision by Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) to move feature races into high profile timeslots has reaped immediate benefits for the code, GRNSW Chief Executive Brent Hogan announced today.
  • Dogs Continue To Strive For Winning Future

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    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) though disappointed at Racing Minister, Kevin Greene’s decision not to implement the Cameron Report in its entirety, will continue to engage with the State Government to advocate the implementation of the full recommendations of Alan Cameron’s Review, Chairman Professor Percy Allan AM announced.
  • 'Live Sites' Coming To A Track Near You

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    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) is set to embark on a whirlwind tour across the state to provide members of the sport a convenient face to face way of renewing their memberships with GRNSW. Eleven ‘Live Sites’ across the State, including one in Canberra, will be staged allowing Trainers, Owner/Trainers and Attendants to complete their 2009/2011 membership renewal.
  • Chief Steward Announced

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    Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) today announced the appointment of Clint Bentley to the position of Chief Steward. Clint has considerable experience in the greyhound industry having occupied a number of regulatory positions with the State’s peak body.