Greyhound Racing Victoria is proposing a suite of rule changes aimed at significantly improving animal outcomes which build on many of the animal welfare and race track initiatives put in place over the past year. These rules will tighten ownership and rehoming responsibilities, further restrict euthanasia, ensure education and socialisation of greyhounds, set a minimum…Details
Greyhound Racing Victoria held the second regional Stakeholder Engagement Workshop, this time at Traralgon on Tuesday 12 October, to explore participant’s thoughts and views on what can be done to ensure all greyhounds have a successful racing career and are then re-homed. 45 people gathered for the workshop to explore three topics: breeding and breeding…Details
Work to consolidate GRV’s national and local rules has now concluded. As a result of this work, a small number of minor grammatical issues have been identified for amendment in the Local Rules, Plumpton Coursing Rules and Betting and Bookmaker rulebooks. Copies of each of the rulebooks, incorporating proposed changes, can be found at the…Details
Greyhound Racing Victoria held the first of three regional Stakeholder Engagement Workshops on Wednesday, 6 October, at Shepparton to explore thoughts and views on what can be done to ensure all greyhounds have a successful racing career and are re-homed. More than 40 people gathered for workshop following the success of previous workshops. The panel…Details
Minister for Racing Martin Pakula today unveiled a 50-kennel facility at Mount Mercer as part of Greyhound Racing Victoria’s (GRV) highly successful adoption program.
From 1st February 2016, GRV greyhound racing participants have been required to register their female greyhounds for breeding prior to them being served. GRV would like to remind participants of the mandatory requirements to have up to date C5 vaccinations and DNA results recorded for female greyhounds prior to them being eligible to be served.…Details