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Clive Elliott a GBGB registered Professional trainer attached to Swindon dog track is being prosecuted by the RSPCA for offences under the Animal Welfare Act. The RSPCA allege that Elliott failed to provide seven greyhounds with a diet of adequate nutritional value and left untreated ailments including underweight body conditions […]


Greyt Exploitations – Greyhound Compassion and Professor Andrew Knight met with members of the Greyhound Forum at Dogs Trust’s London offices  yesterday to discuss in greater detail our  report ‘Injuries in Racing Greyhounds’     The Forum was represented by Dogs Trust – RSPCA – Greyhound Rescue Wales and the […]


***PLEASE TAKE ACTION*** GBGB MD Mark Bird recently claimed that 87% of greyhounds retire and ‘go on to live other lives’ but how many of the 7,661 greyhounds that ‘retired’ in 2017 were exported to countries with no welfare laws just like Buzz Bomb Alley?   In 2015 a formal […]


The GBGB has been forced to publish new figures which now show  87 more greyhounds were killed or died throughout 2017 bringing the total to 1,100 – averaging 21 greyhounds every week or at least 3 every day. Of those 87 greyhounds – a further 47 were killed due to […]


On Tuesday Greyt Exploitations were invited to attend and speak at the third APDAWG meeting of 2018 This was our speech together with slides shown as a PowerPoint Presentation. Hello everyone and thank you to Marc and APDAWG for hosting this important event and inviting us to speak on behalf […]


A trainer attached to Shawfield dog track in Scotland has been found guilty of administering cocaine to a greyhound in his ‘care’ during a GBGB internal disciplinary hearing on January 9th.  Mr W Rae was reprimanded and fined the paltry sum of £500. You would have to question whether the […]


The weekly schedule of BAGS races increased from 46 to 74 at the start of 2018. Extended hours and more venues will mean the extra race meetings will require on average 5,772 dogs to compete in the 74 race meetings held every week – an increase of 71% compared to […]


A 31-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman from County Durham have been disqualified from keeping animals for 10 years after their three dogs were found to be emaciated, with with one dog said to be on the brink of death. Christopher Cooke (date of birth 11.09.85) and Toni Leigh Bailey […]


On October 26th 2010 – Rayvin Giovanni a 2 year old black boy and rising star – broke his leg in the Wimbledon St Ledger. Having earlier won the William Hill puppy Derby and 7 of his 11 previous races – Rayvin Giovanni was afforded extensive veterinary treatment in order […]


In an interview on Racing Post Greyhound TV – the GBGB’s practitioner representing professional trainers – Peter Harnden – reveals that they have been forced to publish injury details by animal rights campaigners who use different tactics to investigate and the credible evidence is now being used to petition Government. […]