It has been another busy month for GRV as we continue to work on developing a strong and sustainable long term future for the sport. As I mentioned last month, the capital works program is now well underway to ensure that Victoria’s greyhound racing clubs have the infrastructure they need to improve track safety, support industry development through new training centres and deliver a great experience for racing audiences and community events. GRV is also working to strengthen the clubs in the many roles they play in their communities by funding people to provide dedicated support for the clubs and also developing a collective strategic plan and new marketing initiatives.Details
Acidosis can be fatal, but it is also often avoidable.
It is a muscular condition that is perhaps more common in greyhounds than any other species, because greyhounds push themselves to capacity in pursuit of that elusive lure.