Victoria’s greyhounds to race for the ANZAC Day Appeal

Victoria’s greyhound racing community will support the RSL’s 2016 ANZAC Appeal through the Red Dog Run in the week leading up to ANZAC Day. This new campaign will see $250 donated to the RSL by Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) every time a greyhound out of the red No.1 box wins any race staged during Tuesday…

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Racing Integrity Commissioner Presentations

  During May/June 2016, Victoria’s Racing Integrity Commissioner (RIC), Sal Perna, will again undertake a series of presentations in regional and metropolitan areas of Victoria. These presentations build on those undertaken the previous four years to create a greater understanding and awareness of the role and responsibilities of the RIC, the work the office has…

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Industry Consultative Group appointed by Greyhound Racing Victoria

Greyhound Racing Victoria has announced the appointment of an Industry Consultative Group (ICG), which will build on the relationship between greyhound owners, trainers and clubs; and the Board of GRV. Chair of the GRV Board, Bernie Carolan, today announced the appointment of the 11-person group, to be chaired by GRV Deputy Chair Judith Bornstein. The…

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CEO Monthly Update – March/April 2016

As you can see from this issue of Greyhound Monthly Victoria there’s a lot happening right now in the sport across the state. This year’s Australian Cup at The Meadows drew one of the biggest crowds ever seen there, to watch Dyna Double One become just the third greyhound in world history to win $1 million in prize money. And in April the heats start for both the Warrnambool Classic, which introduces a new generation of racers to the sport, and the Warrnambool Cup.

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New Chair For Greyhound Racing Appeals Board

Minister for Racing Martin Pakula has announced the appointment of retired Federal Court judge Shane Marshall as the new Chair of Greyhound Racing Victoria’s (GRV) Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board. Mr Marshall served as a judge of the Federal Court of Australia and Industrial Relations Court of Australia from 1995 until 2015, having been admitted…

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