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Eyespy

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  1. 2 Young Bitches for Sale

    Each or for both?
  2. Does anyone else think this " investigation" has dragged on for long enough?
  3. GAP Kennels (or lack thereof)

    I think the article was written by someone who believes everything he sees and reads on the internet, article started off ok but got muddy real quick with usual AR garbage
  4. GAP Kennels (or lack thereof)

    Levin kennels have done a fantastic job with our dogs, Danielle and her team have always been friendly, open and professional
  5. New all weather track.

    Maybe we might get a new track aswell?, maybe GRNZ should talk to Winnie while he's got his purse open
  6. What a night

    Wins 8 out of 12 races and only 2 dogs swabbed!, interesting......
  7. Dead baiting NSW

    Or try and run them off the road into a ditch
  8. Dead baiting NSW

    Some are even labelled troublemakers when they do come forward wil legit complaints
  9. Dead baiting NSW

    Am I missing something here? Isnt Lisa Cole the trainer not Brendon?, all the heat seems to be going on him, what about her? Surely she would know what goes on at her kennels, wouldn't you think??
  10. GRNZ update

    While I believe in innocent till proven guilty, if the allocations are proven to be true, what will happen to all the stake money earned while under investigation? With positive swabs the stake money is returned, does the same apply in a case like this? (Anyone clued up on the racing rules?)
  11. GRNZ update

    Log in Races Getting Involved Trainers Greyhounds About GRNZ News Investigation Update An animal welfare focused investigation is currently underway. The lead agency in this investigation is the RNZSPCA operating under the Animal Welfare Act. The SPCA have a number of specific powers under this act. The RIU is providing support to the SPCA investigation. Greyhound Racing New Zealand has provided full support to both the SPCA and the RIU in relation to the investigation. It is important to understand that the investigative process must be allowed to progress and not be undermined. GRNZ is unequivocal that the integrity of greyhound racing in New Zealand is our foremost priority, that includes a zero tolerance to any proven form of inappropriate animal welfare practice or issue. GRNZ has done all that it can until such time as the investigation is complete. We have not been given any indicative timing as to when this may be. We understand that this is proving to be frustrating for some greyhound racing participants, however, the investigative agencies have to be given time to complete a thorough and systematic investigation. Once the SPCA investigation is complete and any action taken by the SPCA implemented, the RIU will then be in a position to investigate whether there has been a breach of the Rules of Racing, and advise GRNZ of any action that should be taken. Until that process has concluded we have to wait and allow the investigation process to continue. Posted on 28/09/2017 12:45:20 PM < Back The official website for Greyhound Racing New Zealand (GRNZ) Site MapTerms & ConditionsContact Us © Copyright 2017 GRNZ, All Rights Reserved.
  12. lisa cole

    Keep an eye on how much money doesn't get punted on this race, that might answer your question, I might be wrong but let's wait and see
  13. Positive move

    Modest Mouse made the comment
  14. Positive move

    New people can't compete with that, they'll all be bankrupt by the end of the week
  15. C1 sprints wasn't the point I was trying to make
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