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Greyhound school which consists of training regime that is designed to prepare the greyhound for the race track.
The mother of a greyhound.
An independant body established to oversee the commerical and integrity interests of the greyhound industry.
Australia's peak greyhound racing body with representatives from each state's governing bodies.
A mechanical device covered by fur to depict a rabbit the greyhounds chase.
The early stage of training a greyhound in controlled manner before they are broken in.
The father of a greyhound.
Either conducted solo or with other greyhounds, running at a track in conditions similar to racing where an indication of how the greyhound is preforming can be obtained.
The birth date for a litter of pups.
A term given to a greyhound that has a serious injury that temporarily or permanently prevents it from racing.
A term used to describe the slowing down, changing in stride or direction of a greyhound when its path is blocked or interfered with in a race.
In every race, a camera automatically takes a rolling photo as each greyhound crosses the finishing line. This photo is used to ensure that all greyhounds have been declared in the correct finishing order.
A term to describe the withdrawal of a greyhound from a race. Common reasons for this are injury or illness.
A term used to describe the period of time a greyhound is resting from racing and training.
Officials at a race meeting who have the responsibility of enforcing the rules of racing.
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GRNSW's new OzChase computer system goes live on Monday 17 June 2013. This will impact on how people participate in greyhound racing as well as how they nominate their greyhounds online and how they receive prizemoney. To help with the transition, GRNSW has created an OzChase information section.
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Greyhounds as Pets is a not for profit initiative coordinated by Greyhound Racing NSW. If you are interested in becoming a foster carer or adopter click here for more information.
GRNSW and TAFE NSW will launch the Certificate II - Greyhounds program in March. The program will provide new entrants to the greyhound racing industry with the skills and knowledge to further their career.