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Greyhound racing is the most affordable, easiest and exciting racing industry to become involved in as an owner.


No matter the standard of the race your greyhound is competing in or how long you've been involved in the industry, it is always a huge thrill watching your very own greyhound race and it's even better when you experience the thrill of winning a race.


Aside from the fun and the excitement of owning a greyhound, it can also be very lucrative with more than $25 million worth of prizemoney up for grabs each year which is distributed across more 900 TAB class meetings and 250 Non-TAB meetings.


There are 32 Racing clubs situated across NSW, of which 15 are TAB clubs. The Non-TAB clubs host regular meetings throughout the year, including carnivals with elevated prizemoney on offer.


The main feature races are split into Group events which offer greater prizemoney ranging from $15,000 for Listed events up to $250,000 to the winner of the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg, and now, NSW has the richest greyhound race in the world, with the running of the Ladbrokes Million Dollar Chase series providing a massive $1 million to the winner.























More than 30 of these Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 or Listed events will be staged in NSW during the 2019/2020 racing season but off the track, greyhound racing has never been more popular from a wagering point of view than what it is today, with more than $1.3 billion wagered on the industry in NSW in 2017/18.


The commerical operations of the NSW Greyhound Racing industry are conducted by Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) and they are responsible for ensuring the long term commercial viability of the industry.


The Greyhound Welfare Integrity Commission (GWIC) are responsible for all Regulatory and Integrity aspects of the industry including Stewards, Animal Welfare and ensuring that every greyhound has the opportunity to transition from racing to a life as a household pet.


This Animal Welfare program also includes funding and management of the 'Greyhounds As Pets' program, which is a not not-for-profit initiative aiming at re-homing retired racing greyhounds or greyhounds that are not competitive, and assist with their transition as a household pet.


To visit the websites of GRNSW or GWIC, click on their logo below


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