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Group 1 Maturity series kicks

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Bella back to her best

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The Meadows appoints new CEO

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Community groups prosper on Oz

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Group 1 Maturity series kicks off this Saturday

Group 1 Maturity series kicks off this Saturday

The best young sprinters in the land head to The Meadows this Saturday night for the start of the two-week $145,000 Group ...

Bella back to her best

Bella back to her best

Quality chaser Mepunga Bella (race 10, box two) has returned from a large chuck of time on the sidelines in fine fettle ...

The Meadows appoints new CEO

The Meadows appoints new CEO

The Melbourne Greyhound Racing Association (MGRA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashley Baker as its new Chief Executive Officer following ...

Community groups prosper on Oz Cup night

Community groups prosper on Oz Cup night

The 2019 TAB Australian Cup Carnival at The Meadows - a three-week extravaganza which ended last weekend with an action-packed night of racing and entertainment - was another hugely successful event perfectly showcasing the popularity of greyhound racing

The 2019 TAB Australian Cup Carnival at The Meadows - a three-week extravaganza which ended last weekend with an action-packed night of racing ...

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Rising above the odds

Rising above the odds

Underrated NSW greyhound Blue Moon Rising ($27.40) received the ultimate reward for consistency when creating a major upset in the Group 1 Fanta Bale Super Stayers Cup (725m) at The Meadows tonight, snaring a $100,000 first prize.

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Tornado Tears ‘spaces’ Stayers rivals

Tornado Tears ‘spaces’ Stayers rivals

Any doubts that champion stayer Tornado Tears would return to his brilliant best after a lengthy injury-enforced spell were erased in no uncertain terms at The Meadows on Saturday night.

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