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International Sport

The Greyhound Racing Association of America is a non-profit membership association founded to promote, protect and enhance the sport of greyhound racing and the greyhound industry through education, example and media for the benefit of its members, fans, supporters and the greyhound racing dogs that make this great sport possible.

GRA/America plays a leading role in educating the public about Greyhound Racing and attracting new fans. The Association encourages responsible greyhound ownership and the best treatment of the dogs. Fans of a sport want to be proud of it and Greyhound racing has the best fans in America! [More]

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Playing The Game

No matter where you live, something is always happening in the exciting world of Greyhound racing. This is the place where tracks post special events and activities, such as open houses, book-signings, musical entertainment and stakes races all the way from $5,000 to a Million! The world of Greyhound racing is alive, well and growing.

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The Most Exciting Dogs in the World

Look at the muscles and see the excitement in their eyes! You don’t get that kind of power by sitting around in a crate or being a “couch potato.” You get muscles like that from exercise. You get the energy to run from good nourishment provided by a good trainer. You get a shiny coat from being washed and groomed.

Remember: Nobody forces Greyhounds to run. As anyone who raises them can tell you, that’s impossible. Greyhounds are as opinionated and different from each other as we are – and if there was a way to make them run like we want them to, we would have figured it out long ago! [More]

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All the Latest

New developments in the sport of Greyhound racing . . . Pending legislation and political issues . . . Interesting Personalities and Greyhound stars . . .[More]

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What Responsible
Reporters Should Know

The public likes a debate — and debates can only happen when there are two sides to a story. In recent years, GRA/America has issued regular press releases to the media contradicting stories in the news about Greyhound racing. People like to make up their own minds and they respect journalists who let them do that. Here is some information about Greyhound racing, the magnificent breed of dog that it was developed for, and the industry that makes Greyhound racing possible ... some of these facts may surprise you. [More]

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The Bright And The Beautiful

Greyhounds have inspired artists, writers and all kinds of creative thinkers since time began. Greyhounds are a " different" kind of animal and people who love them are different, too. Browse our store and see what springs from the minds of GRA/America artists and manufacturers . . . [Please Visit our Store for Animal Lovers]

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How to Get Started in Racing...

Everybody starts somewhere and right here is the place to find that special dog that could make you a part of Greyhound racing. [More]

Hot Off the Press!

Australian Racing Greyhound.comCaley suggested he had two greyhounds who would be better suited if racing were conducted in a clockwise direction, 'However, both of them would do very well on a straight track too. Before we go the clockwise-counterclockwise route, consider the ...
Carroll Daily Times Herald... simulcast horse and dog racing from around the nation to the Jefferson casino through a possible arrangement with the Iowa Greyhound Association, which operates a track — The Iowa Greyhound Park — and provides live televised racing in Dubuque.
Derry JournalThere will also be racing from Shelbourne Park on the track's TVs. The quarter-final of the Sporting Press Oaks will be the main races on the card. 'Ballydoyle Honey', trained by Graham Holland, is one of the best bitches to ever run around Shelbourne ...
Racing PostBy Racing Post Staff 7:37AM 4 JUL 2015. RACING Post Greyhound TV returns for the final show of the week with a 12-race card from Henlow (five opens). The programme goes on air at 6.15 ... The Totepool Jackpot runs from race three (7.00) through to ...
Perth NowMiss Spritely is trained at Whiteman's Creek, just 15km from the Grafton track, by Evelyn Harris, who bred the pocket dynamo. Miss Spritely was the only one of 10 heat winners to break the 23-second barrier for ... Miss Spritely, who was making her ...
Tucson News NowInjuries include broken legs, pneumonia and heat stroke. Some said they feel the track the dogs are racing on is the reason for the injuries. "Track surface I think is the problem," said John Clark of Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption, "this is ...
Racing PostDefending champion Mileheight Alba safely qualified too in third on his return to the track. Other winners saw a double for Kelly Macari through Pinpoint Maxi (26.88sec) and Pinpoint Finas (27.15 after Ballymac Brogan missed his break), while Paul ...
Daily RecordOne dog named “Chief” bit the bear's hind leg and two other dogs chased the bear. On Thursday, another bear on Overlook Road near the Thomas Jefferson School in Morristown climbed a tree in another yard. Deer are blamed on a lot of things, but how ...
The CourierScottish Game Fair on track to break records after packed first day. By Jamie Buchan, 4 July 2015 9.14am. Chefs Gillian, Linsey and ... Other main ring events included terrier racing, gundog displays and a tug o' war contest. The show's food hall ... to the country – trading a tiny town house for a rambling, rural pile – it's the middle-class dream, isn't it? Well, it is if you've got three small children, a business run from home, and a garden that can't accommodate a shed. That's where my ...
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