Vic Peters Classic
Wentworth Park
Avg race time30.44
Avg 1st section6.73
The Vic Peters Classic, first run in 1951, is the oldest feature race on the NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners and Trainers Association calendar. The first year it was won by Sharid.

The race was named in honour of the man often referred to as the founding father of the GBOTA.

The race has been won by some icons of the industry, including Black Top (1962), Woolley Wilson (1972), Brother Fox (1984), Worth Doing (1988), Go Wild Teddy (2000), Collision (2003), Zambora Brockie (2015) and Ando’s Mac (2016).

The 2019 Group 1 Vic Peters was won by people’s champion, Feral Franky.

2020 Vic Peters Classic - Playlist Matthew Clark

Eligible Criteria:

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