GRNSW Announces Changes To Racing

Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) will increase the number of races at specific race meetings, introduce a Non-TAB travel subsidy and move to centralised prizemoney for all Non-TAB meetings as part of changes for the 2017/18 racing season. Metro entry race meetings will also be staged at more tracks and there will be a greater spread…

Next Step To Deliver Greyhound Reforms

The NSW Government’s greyhound industry reforms are progressing with recruitment underway for the new regulator and commercial body board, Minister for Racing Paul Toole announced today. Mr Toole said applications are open for a Chief Commissioner and two Commissioners to lead the new independent Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission, as well as for directors for…

Grading Policy Review Paper Released

Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) has released the Grading Policy Review Paper which articulates the proposed changes that will be made to the current NSW Grading Policy to promote the highest standard of racing and maximise the racing careers of greyhounds racing in NSW. The proposed changes are a result of the grading policy review which…

Water In Kennels Becomes Mandatory on 20th February

The requirement to provide water in kennels to greyhounds at race meetings will become mandatory at all NSW tracks from Monday, 20 February 2017. Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) will supply all of the water at NSW tracks, however, it will be a requirement of all trainers and/or attendants to supply a water bowl for each…