Brent is charged with the responsibility to lead the industry in all aspects related to its governance, integrity, commercial and strategy development together with maintaining its external relationships with other racing and wagering bodies. He also oversees all other aspects of the organisation and is the spokesperson of GRNSW on major issues. Brent is also the Executive Chairman of Greyhound Media Services Pty Ltd, a Director of NSW Racing Pty Ltd and a Director of Greyhounds Australasia Ltd.
Darren has direct management and leadership accountability for Finance; Member and Club Services; Industry capital development; Public Relations and marketing; Wagering and racing information services; Information Technology; Risk management and insurance. He also provides strategic support to the Chief Executive. Darren is a member of the Wentworth Park Sporting Complex Trust Board and a Director of Greyhound Media Services Pty Ltd.
Bill is charged with upholding and promoting the integrity of greyhound racing in NSW through the appropriate enforcement of the Rules of Racing and associated guidelines and policies. Bill has direct management and leadership accountability for stewarding and investigations, grading and racing operations. Bill is also responsible for advising the Board of GRNSW on all integrity matters and policies.
Michael is responsible for developing and implementing a proactive media strategy to ensure that GRNSW’s media and content initiatives are aligned with the overall goals of the business. He also manages the many publications and communication programs of GRNSW, as well as overseeing the Club Partnership Grant. Michael also has responsibility for the management and development of GRNSW’s digital platforms, including thedogs.com.au website and production of The Dogs TV.
Tony is responsible for the development and implementation of GRNSW’s Growth and Sustainability initiatives including greyhound welfare and Greyhounds As Pets; training and education activities; ownership and syndication development. This includes ongoing development and administration of the Greenhounds initiative and its associated training and accreditation activities. Tony also oversees the Greyhound Welfare and Veterinary Services Unit and the development of industry related veterinary policy. Tony is also member of the Agrifood Skills Australia Racing Industry Standing Committee and Greyhounds Australasia’s Animal Welfare Committee.
Patrick manages recurrent and capital funding for NSW greyhound race clubs. He also supports clubs with their administration requirements and assists them to comply with the GRNSW Operating Standards and the reporting of data through Clubs Secure. Patrick oversees all Member Services provided by GRNSW, including the licensing of participants and greyhound registrations. In addition, he provides strategic advice to the Chief Executive; oversees wagering administration and policy; and manages the development of industry wide marketing activities.
Clint has responsibility for leading the panel of Stewards that controls racing activities through the Rules of Racing including administering, enforcing and recommending modifications to the Rules to ensure the integrity of greyhound racing is maintained at the highest level.
Irani has responsibility for all accounts payable / receivable functions and processes, as well as monitoring and preparing financial statements and reports for the Chief Executive, Board and Auditors. She is also responsible for the preparation of all statutory reports and treasury management of industry funds.
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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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GRNSW has committed to introducing a new Masters racing category for greyhounds aged 3 ½ years and over from 1 July 2014, with races to be scheduled at all TAB tracks via a coordinated race program. GRNSW is now seeking input from participants on the draft Masters Grading Guidelines.
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.