Unauthorised Export of Greyhounds

GRNSW is strongly committed to upholding animal welfare standards for Australian greyhounds within Australia and also assessing the adequacy of arrangements in international exports destinations for those greyhounds.  GRNSW has, and continues, to support Greyhound Australasia’s decision to suspend issuing any greyhound passports for destinations with inadequate welfare standards, including Macau and Dubai. In late…

New Industry Seminar

Training for the Future with Dr Ray Ferguson Wednesday 22 August 5.30pm-9.00pm Dapto Greyhound Racing Club Learn about injury treatments, strengthening & stretching exercises.  Find out more on maternal bitch care and nutrition as well as understanding the importance of socialisation. Also meet and have Q&A with GRNSW’s new Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Norman Blackman.…

Regulatory changes from 1 July 2018

GRNSW’s role in the greyhound racing industry in NSW is changing. From 1 July 2018, the newly established Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission (GWIC) will be the regulator of the industry, and it will assume many of the functions previously exercised by GRNSW. GRNSW will continue to play a vital role in the industry, and…

GRNSW Announces Increases In Travel Subsidies

Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) today announced it will increase travel subsidies to race participants for both TAB and non-TAB race meetings from May 1, 2018. GRNSW Chief Executive Officer Tony Mestrov said for TAB race meetings the subsidy would increase from $40 to $60 for the first runner and from $20 to $30 for each…