• Determination
  • Priceless
    Yet Worth Millions
  • Athletic
  • Speed
  • Born to Run
    Generations of Drive
  • Diverse
    From Champion to Couch
  • Historic
    Revered Throughout History
  • With Eyes to Win
    and a heart to match
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Greyhound Racing

The National Greyhound Association

Welcome to the exciting world of the Greyhound -- the true royalty of the canine family, certainly one of nature's most graceful and beautiful works of art.  If you've been a Greyhound owner, fan or enthusiast, we extend to you a warm hand of friendship.

The NGA is the official registry of the breed, a membership organization devoted to overseeing the recording of the breeding, registrations and performance of the Sport of Queens in the United States.  

As the greyhound experts and industry professionals, the National Greyhound Association is devoted to the welfare and stewardship of the breed.  Our organization is knowledgable and committed to greyhounds from the whelping box, developing the canine athlete and resourced with a comprehensive adoption network.  

Greyhound racing starts here, where professional members gather information to breed, whelp, humanely raise and produce the world's fastest canine.  Most importantly, we celebrate a history of the breed and exhalt the finest traits, to produce the finest atheletes and amazing all around dog.

Scroll below to check out industry news and updates and consider joining the National Greyhound Association as any one of our three membership levels. 

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Current News From Our Oval to Your Couch

From birth to track to couch, the exciting and diverse greyhound journey can be found right here.  Read about our super stars, our Hall of Fame Awards, outstanding achievements by our members and how our greyhounds achieve their potentials.

JIMINY RENO GOES FOR 13TH STRAIGHT WIN
For the past 12 races, Jiminy Reno has seen every opponent in his proverbial rear-view mirror at Derby Lane. The 26-month-old son of Alivefortomorrow and Oceania has faced 84 challengers in those 550-yard sprints since May 23. Not one has beaten the 72-pound athlete to the finish line. Jiminy Reno...
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Monday, July 9, 2018
By Michael Frino
Thursday, July 5, 2018
By Steve Sigafoose
Thursday, July 5, 2018
By Shane Bolender
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
By Jim Gartland
Monday, July 2, 2018
By Don Jensen