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Greyhound dog racing results

The Greyhound Racing Association (GRA) is a sports organization for greyhound racing throughout the United Kingdom. It was founded on 17 May 1925 and the first race was held the same year. Racing is held at over 70 locations. There are some 1,400 licensed greyhound tracks in the UK, and over 1,400 licensed kennels. All are privately owned. Greyhound racing takes place on a Saturday and Sunday with a racing period of 11 weeks.

Greyhound Racing News

GRASI, a greyhound in the 2015 English Greyhound Derby at the National Stadium in Cardiff, broke down at the fifth fence. The race was a huge disappointment for the trainer as GRASI lost the title of leading sire after only finishing seventh in the race. The greyhound has now retired.

A GRASI dog called Puddlestiff Castle became the first winner at the first-ever meeting in Ireland when he won the Irish Greyhound Derby in June. He was a late addition to the final field after five of the 12 entries dropped out. The greyhound came into the event as the favourite and paid off his backers with a win. Puddlestiff Castle is now retired and will be bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A GRASI dog called Gannic came fifth in the 2015 English Greyhound Derby at the National Stadium in Cardiff. Gannic was a late addition to the final field after five of the 12 entries dropped out. The greyhound came into the event as the favourite and paid off his backers with a top-three finish. Gannic is now retired and will be bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A greyhound called GRASI's Victory was the second-placed winner at the 2015 English Greyhound Derby at the National Stadium in Cardiff. GRASI's Victory was beaten into second place by a greyhound called Gannic. The second placed greyhound was then beaten by a greyhound called Kewin in the final. GRASI's Victory is now retired and will be bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

In 2014, there were 13 dogs named GRASI, which was a total of four more than the number of entries. These are dogs that raced at the same track as the GRASI that won the 2014 English Greyhound Derby. GRASI's Victory won with the fastest final time, 1:36.8 and had the most heat wins. The top three were GRASI's Victory, Gannic and Roly Poly. The winning trainer was Stuart Brown. GRASI's Victory was bred by Irish Greyhound Board.

GRASI won the 2015 English Greyhound Derby at the National Stadium in Cardiff with a new course record. He beat a greyhound called Tipplers Point and a greyhound called Shilo by 1-3 length. Tipplers Point had been in the top three throughout the race. The greyhound came into the event as the favourite after winning the 2015 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. In 2014, there were eight GRASIs, including the winner of the English Derby.

A GRASI dog called Joly Royal came first in the 2014 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He beat two other GRASIs. Joly Royal became the first winner from Ireland. He was bred by Irish Greyhound Board.

A greyhound called GRASI's Victory beat another GRASI called Puddlestiff Castle to win the 2014 English Greyhound Derby at the National Stadium in Cardiff. The event was a great success for the trainer Stuart Brown as it was the first time in his career he had won the event. The greyhound came into the event as the favourite but could not repeat his success of the previous year as he came fifth. GRASI's Victory had two other wins at the event. He was then moved to the Irish Greyhound Board.

A greyhound called GRASI's Victory was the winner of the 2012 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He won the event by 4 lengths after winning the 2012 English Greyhound Derby. This was a huge upset as the greyhound, who was bred by the Irish Greyhound Board, was only second favourite with bookmakers. The event saw a change of format for the 2012 Cesarewitch. All of the heats were run at the Millennium Stadium. There were no heats in 2011 as all heats in 2012 were run at the National Stadium in Cardiff.

In 2011, there were 18 dogs named GRASI, which was a total of eight more than the number of entries. These are dogs that raced at the same track as the GRASI that won the 2011 English Greyhound Derby. GRASI's Victory came first in the event. The GRASI's Victory was then moved to the Irish Greyhound Board.

A greyhound called GRASI's Victory came first in the 2011 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He beat a greyhound called Ainsley's Dream by 6-1 lengths. GRASI's Victory came third in the 2012 English Greyhound Derby and fourth in the Cesarewitch.

A GRASI dog called Puddlestiff Castle came first in the 2011 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He beat two other GRASIs. Puddlestiff Castle became the first Irish greyhound to win the Cesarewitch. He was bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A GRASI dog called Puddlestiff Castle came first in the 2011 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He beat a greyhound called Ainsley's Dream by 5-3 lengths. Puddlestiff Castle was bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A GRASI dog called Puddlestiff Castle beat a GRASI called Puddlestiff Castle to win the 2010 Cesarewitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. The GRASI called Puddlestiff Castle, who was the only greyhound in the final, was bred by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A GRASI dog called Puddlestiff Castle beat a GRASI called Puddlestiff Castle


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