Peter Mosman Opal
Wentworth Park
RACE RECORD29.27
Avg race time30.35
Avg 1st section5.51
The Peter Mosman is the second oldest event on the NSW greyhound racing calendar, with the age restricted series first run back in 1952 at Harold Park as the Bi-Annual Classic.

In 1988 the race was renamed the Peter Mosman to honour the chairman of the Greyhound Breeders Owners and Trainers Association who had passed away the previous year.

The race has been won by some of the great sprinters in Australian racing including Brother Fox (1985), How’s The Fort (1992), Xylia Allen (2013), Fernando Bale (2015) and Mister Twister (2017).

In 2019 the Peter Mosman became the Peter Mosman Opal, an age event for bitches, which was taken out by Victorian Start A Riot. 


2020 Peter Mosman Opal - Lilly Banner Barry Gibbons

Eligible Criteria:


Non-Graded 520m (Group 1)
Best female greyhounds nominated, plus reserves, whelped on or after March 1st 2018. Maidens ineligible.