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THURSDAY


BEST BET:

Sporting Dave (T1, 8.54 Hove)


NEXT BEST:

Donation (T6, 8.23 Hove)


TREBLE:

Waste House Eco (T6, 9.26 Hove)


CENTRAL PARK

11.01 (2-6-4)

11.16 (1-6-3)

11.31 (2-4-1)

11.46 (1(Nap)-2-6)

12.01 (2(nb)-1-6)

12.16 (5-1-2)

12.31 (1-6-3)

12.46 (1-5-6)

1.01 (6-3-4)

1.16 (6-2-5)

1.31 (4-1-6)

1.49 (1-2-3)


CRAYFORD

2.06 (6-3-4)

2.22 (5(nb)-4-2)

2.42 (6-2-3)

3.02 (6(Nap)-3-5)

3.19 (1-4-3)

3.39 (4-1-5)

3.59 (1-5-3)

4.19 (5-1-6)

4.39 (5-2-6)

4.58 (5-6-1)

5.18 (3-1-2)

5.37 (3-5-1)

5.54 (3-6-1)

6.09 (6-2-5)


HENLOW

11.09 (5-6-4)

11.24 (4(nb)-3-2)

11.39 (4-5-6)

11.54 (5(Nap)-6-2)

12.09 (2-5-6)

12.24 (2-3-5)

12.39 (4-5-6)

12.54 (1-4-5)

1.08 (5-2-4)

1.22 (6-2-4)

1.39 (3-2-1)

1.57 (2-1-6)


HOVE

6.27 (3-5-1)

6.47 (5-1-4)

7.03 (6-2-1)

7.18 (4-2-3)

7.34 (6-5-3)

7.51 (3-6-5)

8.06 (5-1-6)

8.23 (6(nb)-5-1)

8.38 (4-5-3)

8.54 (1(Nap)-2-6)

9.11 (1-4-3)

9.26 (6-5-3)


MONMORE

6.37 (2-6-3)

6.57 (6(Nap)-1-3)

7.12 (6-1-5)

7.28 (1-5-4)

7.44 (3-1-5)

7.59 (2-3-6)

8.16 (1-6-5)

8.32 (5-4-2)

8.48 (6-1-4)

9.03 (1-3-6)

9.19 (1-6-3)

9.34 (6(nb)-3-1)

9.47 (2-6-1)

10.00 (2-5-4)


NEWCASTLE

6.22 (6-4-3)

6.38 (6(nb)-2-4)

6.56 (1-4-2)

7.11 (3-6-1)

7.26 (6-2-3)

7.42 (2(Nap)-5-1)

7.58 (1-5-4)

8.13 (5-6-4)

8.28 (2-4-5)

8.43 (2-3-4)

8.58 (1-2-5)

9.14 (3-5-4)


PERRY BARR

11.11 (6-2-3)

11.28 (6-2-4)

11.42 (1(nb)-2-6)

11.57 (3(Nap)-5-1)

12.12 (1-2-5)

12.27 (6-4-1)

12.42 (3-2-6)

12.58 (2-6-4)

1.12 (3-4-2)

1.27 (5-3-6)

1.44 (1-2-6)

1.58 (2-1-3)


ROMFORD

2.12 (1-4-6)

2.32 (2-1-6)

2.52 (3-1-6)

3.11 (6-4-2)

3.29 (5(Nap)-1-6)

3.49 (1-6-4)

4.09 (1-2-5)

4.29 (4-2-5)

4.48 (1-5-6)

5.08 (1(nb)-3-6)

5.28 (3-2-1)

5.44 (3-6-1)

6.02 (3-6-1)

6.19 (3-5-4)


SHEFFIELD

2.08 (2-4-3)

2.27 (1-5-6)

2.47 (6-3-2)

3.07 (5-3-6)

3.28 (1-6-4)

3.48 (5-2-4)

4.08 (6-1-2)

4.27 (5-2-1)

4.47 (1-2-3)

5.07 (4(nb)-6-5)

5.22 (6-1-5)

5.38 (3-2-5)

5.56 (1-3-5)

6.11 (2(Nap)-3-5)


SHELBOURNE PARK

7.45 (1(Nap)-2-3)

8.00 (3-1-2)

8.15 (2-1-3)

8.30 (1-3-2)

8.45 (6-2-1)

9.00 (1-2-3)

9.15 (2-1-3)

9.30 (1-5-2)

9.45 (1(nb)-3-2)

10.00 (6-1-5)

10.15 (3-1-5)

10.30 (1-2-3)


SUNDERLAND

11.03 (3-5-1)

11.19 (5-6-1)

11.34 (5(nb)-1-6)

11.48 (4-2-5)

12.04 (6-3-4)

12.18 (5-4-1)

12.32 (3(Nap)-4-5)

12.47 (2-1-5)

1.04 (5-3-6)

1.19 (4-6-2)

1.33 (2-3-5)

1.51 (5-3-1)


YARMOUTH

6.28 (4-6-2)

6.48 (5-2-1)

7.06 (4-3-5)

7.22 (6-5-4)

7.37 (1(Nap)-6-3)

7.52 (3-5-1)

8.07 (2(nb)-1-4)

8.22 (1-4-3)

8.37 (1-5-4)

8.51 (2-5-4)

9.07 (6-4-3)

9.22 (2-6-4)

9.40 (1-4-2)


nap = best bet, nb = next best


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Current Greyhound tracks in use:

Belle Vue Stadium, Manchester

Brighton and Hove Stadium, Brighton and Hove

Crayford Stadium, Bexley, London

Doncaster Greyhound Stadium, Doncaster

Hall Green Stadium, Birmingham

Harlow Stadium, Harlow, Essex

Henlow Stadium, Central Bedfordshire

Kinsley Stadium, Wakefield

Mildenhall Stadium, Mildenhall, Suffolk

Monmore Green Stadium, Wolverhampton

Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle upon Tyne

Nottingham Stadium, Nottingham

Pelaw Grange, County Durham

Perry Barr Stadium, Birmingham

Peterborough Greyhounds, Peterborough

Poole Stadium, Poole, Dorset

Romford Stadium, Havering, London

Shawfield Stadium, South Lanarkshire

Sheffield Stadium, Sheffield

Sittingbourne Stadium, Swale, Kent

Sunderland Stadium, Sunderland

Swindon Stadium, Swindon

Towcester Racecourse, Towcester

Wimbledon Stadium, Merton, London

Yarmouth Stadium, Great Yarmouth

Independent Stadiums

Armadale Stadium, West Lothian

Askern Stadium, Doncaster

Easington Stadium, Durham

Halcrow Stadium, Dumfries and Galloway

Highgate Stadium, Barnsley

The Valley Stadium, Caerphilly

Thornton Stadium, Fife

Wansbeck Stadium, Northumberland

Wheatley Hill Stadium, Durham

With annual attendances exceeding two million and an estimated £2.5bn wagered on and off course each year, it’s no surprise that greyhound racing is one of Britain’s most popular spectator sports.

Twenty five tracks offer quality restaurants, bars and corporate facilities envied by the rest of the entertainment industry. Between them, they host 70,000 races a year, each featuring six beautiful, sleek greyhounds racing with breathtaking speed and agility. With races taking place every fifteen minutes at most tracks, it’s non-stop action. Trying to pick the winner just adds fun to the evening.

For many years the sport was seen as the poor relation to horse racing but those times have changed. Greyhound racing is truly undergoing a modern day transformation; a “Night at the Dogs” is great fun, accessible and affordable for all.

The dogs are handicapped by grade, when a greyhound begins a racing career, it is classified as a maiden, which means a non-winner. It advances to grade C on its first win and with further wins advances up the ladder to the top grade of A.

Knowing where a dog likes to run on the track can also be very important.

There are two types of early speed dogs. One type shows a strong break out of the box – the break call is approximately four lengths from the starting box. The other type tends to break moderately and then rush or drive the first turn.

Late speed dogs generally show a somewhat slow break out of the box. They come to the 8th call following the pack. From here on out is where the closers run their race. Some may show a gradual gain throughout the race, while others wait until late in the race to make their move. This type of a runner pushes hard in the stretch passing many of the dogs and should never be underestimated.

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