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
Greyhounds racing in Victoria will be provided with improved safety outcomes as Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) commences implementing the use of the Hoop Arm lure for racing at all 13 tracks throughout the state. To be phased in over the next six months, GRV will adopt the Hoop Arm lure for racing at all Victorian…Details
The last in the series of nine Stakeholder Engagement Workshops in metropolitan Melbourne was held at Sandown Park on Saturday 3 September with the GRV CEO Alan Clayton telling those present that the future of the industry is “in their hands”.
With the topic being on the critical subject of re-homing greyhounds, more than 50 people turned out to discuss the issue and to work towards the goal of providing full re-homing options for every racing greyhound.Details
Public consultation is now open for Draft Guidelines for Racing Dog Keeping and Training Facilities in Victoria and Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) urges all participants to have their say. The Draft Guidelines have been developed by Victoria’s Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Details on how to make a submission and provide public comment…Details