Latest Greyhound Racing News

Youngberg Leaves Ipswich Paved In Gold

David Brasch

1 April 2020

DES Youngberg turns 85 in August but the Jimboomba trainer had a spring in his step at Ipswich on Tuesday after landing a winner with Paved In Gold.

Freeman Hopeful of April 22 Racing Return

Adam Dobbin

1 April 2020

IN the midst of a nation-wide month long lockdown, the NZ greyhound racing industry is remaining hopeful of a return to racing later this month.

Barcia Bale Pup Scores Impressively On Debut

David Brasch

1 April 2020

BARCIA Bale youngster Marske landed a betting move when winning on debut in a 431m Ipswich maiden on Tuesday to continue a winning family trend.

Baker Gives Feral Franky Pups A Touch Of Magic

Isaac Murphy

1 April 2020

RELATIONSHIPS run deep in greyhounds so when Brian Baker called Ray Smith about getting a straw for Feral Franky, he was more than happy to oblige.

Bulli Maiden Winner Saved For Another Day

Adam Dobbin

31 March 2020

BLISTERING 26.06 Bulli maiden winner Milakai will be scratched from a red hot Bulli fifth grade event this Saturday night at the south coast circuit.

Tensions Rise As Devonport Card Abandoned

Adam Dobbin

31 March 2020

THE bitter breakdown between the Devonport Show Society and North West Greyhound Club has escalated with today’s Devonport meeting cancelled.

Ryan's Classic Quartet Dominate Breeders Final

Adam Dobbin

31 March 2020

OUTSIDER Ava Wine has upstaged his more fancied littermates to secure Monday night’s Tasmanian Breeders Classic Final at Launceston.

Priceless Puppies A Picture Of Health

David Brasch

31 March 2020

THE term priceless gets thrown around a bit but when it comes to these regally bred youngsters it may well just be spot on, writes David Brasch.

Authorities Go Cold On Greyhound Name

Greyhound Recorder

30 March 2020

The in form Corona Cold, winner of his last three racetrack appearances in dazzling fashion for trainer Chris Johannsen, has had a name change.

Hardman: Richmond Romp Nangar Rust's Best Yet

Adam Dobbin

30 March 2020

TRAINER Mick Hardman has declared Nangar Rust’s stunning 30.51 Richmond victory on Sunday evening the best of his brief yet blossoming career.

Thompson’s Five Star Sale Domination 

Gerard Guthrie

30 March 2020

A near-record display from superstar sprinter Black Opium highlighted Jason Thompson’s five-winner haul at the Sale meeting on Sunday afternoon.

Ryan’s Classic Quartet Set For Breeders Challenge

Adam Dobbin

30 March 2020

BOASTING half the field for tonight’s Breeders Classic Final, Pat Ryan has every reason to be supremely confident about annexing the $5,000 feature.