Wentworth Park is the showpiece of greyhound racing in NSW with first class amenities including a two level grandstand, ensuring that every patron has an uninterrupted view of the entire track from any seat within the stand. Metropolitan racing occurs every Friday and Saturday throughout the entire year. Excellent facilities are available for patrons including a restaurant, bars, kiosks, function rooms, and indoor betting pavilion. The track has a loam surface and a cable lure system is in operation.
The Wentworth Park complex is located on Wentworth Park Road Glebe.
Trials (From October 7, 2013)
Please note there are changes to trials over the Christmas and New Year period. Please visit the NSW GBOTA website (www.gbota.com.au) for full details.
Field, Solo and Slips into the pen between 6.00pm-7.20pm. Tickets are sold on first in first serve basis behind the 520m boxes on the night. Tickets on sale from race night office from 5.30pm.
Finish On trials from 7.20pm and are by booking only through Head Office. Bookings must be made by 3pm day of trials and can be made by calling 02 8587 1202. Conditions apply to skins and squeakers use at trials and can be discussed at the time of booking. Trainers please note that with the introduction of Clovalley Game from July 1, the following procedures will apply:
Mondays & Fridays
Following last race field or solo trials, including slips, into the pen open to all participants. Tickets must be purchased from the Race Night Office prior to Race 8 where Wentworth Park is racing.
Following last race field or solo trials, including slips, into the pen open to trainers which have a runner/s engaged in the meeting. Tickets must be purchased from the Race Night Office prior to Race 8.
Field Trials maximum of 4 dogs $5.50 per starter.
Solo/Hand slips $11 per trial.
On to arm (standard arm/squeaker only) $16
On to arm (Clovalley Game) First trial $25, subsequent trials $16
Last updated 16/12/2013 4:00 PM
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