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The Meadows appoints new CEO

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Community groups prosper on Oz

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Dyna Patty dazzles in Australian

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Rising above the odds

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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 ...

Dyna Patty dazzles in Australian Cup

Dyna Patty dazzles in Australian Cup

Dyna Patty ($3.90Fav) delivered trainer Andrea Dailly her fifth TAB Australian Cup (525m) tonight at The Meadows with a scintillating front-running display.

Dyna Patty ($3.90Fav) delivered trainer Andrea Dailly her fifth TAB Australian Cup (525m) tonight at The Meadows with a scintillating front-running display.

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.

Underrated NSW greyhound Blue Moon Rising ($27.40) received the ultimate reward for consistency when creating a major upset in the Group 1 ...

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Poke The Bear crowned Meadows GOTY

Poke The Bear crowned Meadows GOTY

The brilliant Poke The Bear – widely regarded as Australia’s best sprinter – has been crowned The Meadows Greyhound of the Year for 2018 on the back of a spectacular season of racing. The son of Fernando Bale and Nicki Fields was breathtaking at the Broadmeadows circuit, taking out the Group 1 Topgun over Hasten Slowly in a sizzling 29.76 to win the first Group 1 race of his career. Nine days later, the white and fawn chaser ran down ...

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Barooga Brett brilliant in Silver Chief victory

Barooga Brett brilliant in Silver Chief victory

The outstanding career of Barooga Brett reached its high point after his brilliant victory in this weekend’s Group 1 Silver Chief over 525 metres at The Meadows. The son of Barcia Bale and Destini Gold went through the entire series undefeated after his all-the-way 29.73 win to claim the $100,000-to-the-winner final, recording splits of 5.05 and 17.68 before defeating young South Australian chaser Sennachie and NSW chaser Fantastic Yankee for the 16th victory of his career. Trained by Brooke Ennis, ...

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