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Vamoose goes va-room to win Thunderbolt

After finishing sixth in the inaugural running of the event last year, talented white and blue dog Vamoose returned to the Grafton Greyhound Racing Club a stronger and more experienced performer in 2023, unleashing a brilliant turn of foot to record a powerful victory in the $75000 Thunderbolt, the richest race in the world over 350m, on June 24 ... Speaking from her Branxton home in the Hunter Valley, winning trainer Susan Smith, who also bred, and races Vamoose, said his triumph in the Thunderbolt was her biggest win after being in the sport for 50 years.

World first for greyhound welfare: Anderson

A world first whole of life e-tracking system to monitor the location and welfare of all greyhounds registered in NSW is now underway. Minister for Racing Kevin Anderson said the new technology will allow the Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission (GWIC) to track and protect racing greyhounds throughout their careers and into retirement.

Grafton to host $75000 greyhound race

Emma Pritchard. The Grafton Greyhound Racing Club will host several races in a new feature series worth more than $200000 following a stunning announcement by Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW). Set to become the world’s richest race over a short distance course, The Thunderbolt series will include qualifying heats held at eight regional venues, a semi-final and final.