The winner of the race is the dog whose nose first reaches the winning line and photo finish maybe necessary to determine the winner. Greyhounds cover 480 meters in aproximately 28 seconds, twice the speed of a human athlete. Greyhounds race from 15 months of age, but typically are best from 2 ½ to 3 ½ years old.
Greyhound Racing is the second largest spectator sport in the country and there are greyhound tracks all over the UK, a list of these is available here. A range of bets can be placed on Greyhound racing, if you'd like to bet on a Greyhound race at any track in the UK you can open an account with an array of bookmakers and claim up to £1000 in free bets. Then, check out all today's greyhound results.
The British Greyhound Racing Board are the rule makers and organisatoin behind UK greyhound racing.
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