5th or 4/5th Grade Final 330m (Greyhounds qualified in heats conducted on 23/1/13)Prize money: $1,450 / $500 / $250
FFA Stake 535m (Best 8 (1/2/3/4 Grades))Prize money: $1,400 / $410 / $205
5th Grade Heats 618m (As determined by nominations) (1-3 wins - $20 nomination fee)Prize money: $1,400 / $410 / $205Date of Final: 6 Feb 2013Final Prize Money: $1,650
Betfair Blue Paws Blue Paws Series Mixed Final 400m (Greyhounds qualified in heats conducted on 23/1/13)Prize money: $1,450 / $300 / $150Betfair Blue Paws Bonus: $1,000 to winner if Betfair Blue Paws nominated
Maiden Heats 400m (2 heats) ($20 nomination fee)Prize money: $830 / $240 / $115Date of Final: 6 Feb 2013Final Prize Money: $1,450
5th Grade Stake 520m (1-3 wins)Prize money: $540 / $165 / $80
Maiden Stake 520m Prize money: $415 / $120 / $60
5th or 4/5th Grade Stake 600m Prize money: $700 / $205 / $105
Betfair Blue Paws Betfair Blue Paws Final Mixed Final 297m Prize money: $540 / $165 / $80Betfair Blue Paws Bonus: $1,000 to winner if Betfair Blue Paws nominated
TAB B Night Racing Monday 04 Feb 2013
TAB C Twilight Racing Sunday 03 Feb 2013
TAB C Twilight Racing Monday 04 Feb 2013
Non-TAB D Day Racing Saturday 02 Feb 2013
Non-TAB D Night Racing Saturday 02 Feb 2013
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As trainers are becoming more familiar with the OzChase system GRNSW is expanding the ability to nominate directly into races. These are known as ‘Race Events’ in the online nomination portal and instructions on how to nominate directly can be found in the link below.
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A new national rule - GAR 84A - which requires participants to keep records detailing all treatments administered to greyhounds in their care, will come into effect across Australia on 1 January 2014. Click here for more information
Greyhounds As Pets (GAP) is an initiative of Greyhound Racing NSW and is dedicated to finding homes for greyhounds. Greyhounds can make fantastic pets – they are quiet, lazy and gentle dogs that thrive in the family home environment.