Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) is now Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI)
Invitation to make a submission re. Strategic Review of Irish Greyhound Racing Stadia Infrastructure
The Economic and Financial Significance of the Irish Greyhound Industry
The GRI (formally IGB) Strategic Plan 2018 to 2022
On 2 May 2017, GRI received an offer for Harold’s Cross Stadium comprising circa. six acres of land.
Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI), formally known as the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) has decided that the finding of Pentobarbitone metabolite, in the absence of the parent drug, will no longer constitute the basis for an “adverse analytical finding”. The decision follows a scientific and analytical review.
‘The legacy debt burden is still severe’
Bord na gCon (Irish Greyhound Board) wishes to respond to a number of aspects of the Prime Time programme on the industry broadcast last night
History was made this morning (Saturday 4th March 2017) at The Kingdom Greyhound Stadium, Tralee with the first ever morning SIS broadcast from an Irish track to betting shops across the UK and Ireland.
Greyhound Racing Ireland’s programme to enhance integrity in the sport has been significantly strengthened through a major upgrading of its laboratory testing infrastructure.
SIS, a trusted partner to the retail and online betting markets, and Greyhound Racing Ireland have announced an additional fixture to be broadcast during Saturday mornings from Tralee greyhound stadium.
GRI chairman, Phil Meaney, said Greyhound Racing Irel believed the national footprint of the industry was one of its great strengths.
Greyhound Racing Ireland today published its consolidated accounts “Rásaíocht Con Éireann 2015 Annual Report” and has filed the subsidiary stadium accounts with the Companies Registration Office.
Due to the interruption of racing at Shelbourne Park stadium on Friday 17th of February and Saturday 18th of February.
Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI) today confirmed the closure of Harold’s Cross Greyhound Stadium with immediate effect.
Greyhound Racing Ireland has deferred the Annual Irish Greyhound Awards which were scheduled to be held at Shelbourne Park Stadium on Saturday night (February 11th) and has cancelled the racing programme at the Stadium on the same night.
Dr. Sean Brady, Chief Executive of Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI), formally known as the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) has today (Friday February 3) cancelled a race meeting scheduled for Saturday night (February 4) at Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium due to a planned picket.
Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI) has announced the appointment of high profile businessman, Dr. Sean Brady, as its Interim Chief Executive, effective from early January.
As always, I welcome the opportunity to extend Christmas Greetings to all involved in the greyhound industry.
Since Tuesday of this week, RTE ’s Drivetime programme has broadcast what it promoted as an “investigation” into the greyhound industry.
The following procedures, concerning the return of greyhounds from the U.K., have been approved by Rásaíocht Con Éireann
In August 2015, Rásaíocht Con Éireann launched phase 2 of its Public Consultation for Regulatory Reform following on from Phase 1 (December 2014) which recognised the importance of implementing the highest standards in integrity and compliance controls in all aspects of its regulatory structure and resulted in significant changes to secondary legislation regarding anti-doping and disciplinary procedures.
Rásaíocht Con Éireann publishes Anti-Doping and Medication Control Programme arising from Morris Review of Anti Doping and Medication Control in Ireland
Rásaíocht Con Éireann is aware of the location of all twenty four greyhounds which were to be privately exported to Macau in May.
DATE – SIS has confirmed its status as the premier supplier of data and services for UK and Irish greyhound racing, with an exclusive five-year deal with the Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI) to collect and distribute greyhound racing content to online and retail betting operators.
Rásaíocht Con Éireann condemns any practice of the type outlined in the New South Wales report. Rásaíocht Con Éireann is committed to ensuring that its regulatory and welfare controls are fit for purpose and protect the welfare of greyhounds. Compliance with the 2011 Welfare of Greyhounds Act is a requirement for all those in the industry.
Microchipping of Dogs Regulations 2015
New Initiative to encourage new Greyhound Ownership in Ireland
JOINT STATEMENT ON GREYHOUND EXPORTS - 27th May 2016
The GRI is delighted to see growing interest in the weekly Bitch Stakes.
Statement regarding export controls for greyhounds
GRI ANNOUNCES €950,000 INCREASES ACROSS THE BOARD
CHAIRMAN OF RÁSAÍOCHT CON ÉIREANN WELCOMES NEW APPOINTMENT TO THE BOARD
Greyhound Racing Ireland (GRI) wish to issue guidance to all Industry Participants on the risks of feeding meat to all Racing Greyhounds
“THE MIDAS TOUCH”…GOLD STANDARDS SET FOR DRUGS ACTION GROUP ACROSS HORSE AND GREYHOUND SPORTS…
GRI has published the Classic & Feature Events Calendar for 2016.
Greyhound Racing Ireland has announced a major strengthening of its regulatory controls to enhance integrity in racing.
GRI Regulatory Notice To Owners & Trainers
Monday 29th June
EU TRAVEL & PET PASSPORT EVENTS - Fri May 22nd & Wed May 27th 2015
Stolen or Missing Greyhounds
New policy on the feeding of Animal By-Products (ABP) to dogs including greyhounds
Implementation information regarding the Microchipping Legislation 2015
GRI Website Upgrade
A Consultation on Proposed Regulatory Reform
Phil Meaney Christmas Address
Analytical Samples forwarded to the Independent Control Committee
Animal Welfare and Transport Regulations
Rásaíocht Con Éireann Regulatory Announcement Regarding Prohibited Substances
Regulatory Notice to Owners & Trainers
NEW GREYHOUND RACING IRELAND COMPLAINTS POLICY & PROCEDURE
Statement Issued by Rásaíocht Con Éireann