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  • Wheeling Hot Dogs (as of December 11, all races 5/16 unless otherwise noted)

    < Back Wheeling Hot Dogs (as of December 11, all races 5/16 unless otherwise noted) Stan Pawloski Dec 11, 2023 Charter Kennel’s JSP Hush Money has won eight out of her last nine Grade TAA 3/8 starts for trainer James Campbell. Kennel-mate JSP Easy Money has three straight wins (C, B, A). Jacobs Racing Kennel’s GLS Ondemand has captured five out of his last six Grade TAA 3/16 races for trainer Natalie Looper. Kennel-mate Showinoff has back-to-back 3/16 victories (TA, TAA). Code Red Kennel’s FF Leroy Brown has three wins and two seconds in his last five Grade AA trips for trainer Tom Engle. Kennel-mates AMF Gotta Go has back-to-back Grade AA victories while FF Vespa (M, D, C) and FF Evolution (M, D, C) have three wins in a row. Blanchard Kennel’s TR Hill has three straight Grade AA victories for trainer Chris Maynard. Kennel-mates Artex Pumbaa (AA), Ark RB Heyward (AA) and Ark RB Freirmuth (B, A) have back-to-back wins. Patriot/Taplin Kennel’s TNT Gatti has two victories and two seconds in his last four Grade AA trips for trainer Cheyney Kuriata. Kennel-mate SE Thunder Dome has won three out of her last four 3/8 races (TD, TC, TA). Wayne Ward Kennel’s WW Won Ton has back-to-back wins (B, A) for trainer Ron Otto. Previous Next

  • "MADNESS" TO ENSUE AT SOUTHLAND

    < Back "MADNESS" TO ENSUE AT SOUTHLAND Shane Bolender Mar 12, 2021 One of the most popular stakes events for racing fans of Southland looks to give it another go this Saturday after this event was canceled midway through March last year as the COVID-19 pandemic altered life for so many people. The three month delay in returning to live racing caused the event to be canceled but hopes are high that this year’s version will not only be completed, but provide many upsets and close calls at the wire that “Hound Madness” has been known for over the years. Sixty-four greyhounds start the event in a “bracket” style elimination format. In order to advance in this stakes race, you must beat the greyhound you are bracketed with. There are no earned points. There are no “top four finish” automatically advances. You can finish second in the race and be eliminated, while at the other end of the spectrum, finish seventh and still have a shot to make it to the next round. The only way to ensure advancement is to win six straight. Do that, it will also earn you the 2021 racing season’s first stakes championship. So who will “cut down the nets” so to speak? See below for a preview. WEST REGION AIR ACE (Gloria Dorsey Kennel) earned the number 1 seed in this region, but looks to face some tough competition in a hurry if top seeds do indeed advance in this part of the bracket. Palm Beach star BUG BRUSH won 13 of 22 down in South Florida to close out live racing in the state and took only 3 starts to get into top grade here at Southland. He is the #8 seed here and would pair up with AIR ACE should both advance to the round of 32. Stakes veteran ARKANS PHERKAD (Darren Henry Kennel) and PAT C RAM ROD are the #2 and #3 seeds respectively at the bottom of this region’s bracket. Pherkad has been a solid AA greyhound since the beginning of 2020 and competed in the finals of two stakes races last season while PAT C RAM ROD (Gloria Dorsey) finished second in the Festival of Stakes to World Ruler in the Male Sprint championship and won the Southland Derby consolation last season. Either one of these greyhounds would be capable of making a “FURRY FOUR” run. MIDWEST REGION It is not often you see a greyhound with 13 career starts get tagged with a #1 seed, but that is exactly what CRAIGIE DELEGATE (Lester Raines Kennel) earned via winning 10 of those 13 starts to rocket up to top grade and win four of five in that top grade as well. He has beaten the likes of ARKANS PHERKAD and MONSTER BOX already and beat other fields by 9 and 10 lengths already. He looks the part and uses a fantastic rush to the turn to do most of his damage on the track. Is there anyone in this region that can mount a challenge to this youngster? FGF MATHIAS (Charter Kennel) definitely has the late speed to do it. He was the 2020 Great American Greyhound Futurity Champion and even won the Barry Baldwin Juvenile Consolation race in the Festival of Stakes. Due to that late speed, he has been spending a lot of time lately on the Razorback (660 yards) and River (703 yards) courses, where he won tallied his last seven wins since October. JS PRETTY FLY (Lester Raines) is the #3 seed in the division who has a pretty good rush to the turn herself, and has victories in top grade over AIR ACE and CTW CHIP N DALE. She tends to sometimes gas out a little bit near the finish line, so she will need the lead in the race against either of the two favorites more than likely to have a chance. EAST REGION The greyhound with likely the best “name recognition” in the field has the #1 seed here, the second such top seed for trainer Monte Hoopes and the Lester Raines Kennel. JS FLAMIN ACE has been on a tear over the past year or so plus, winning the Darby Henry Male Sprint Championship and the Kings Vs. Queens Stakes in 2019 and parlayed that success with winning the Southland Derby this past year. He won half his 32 starts last year in a shortened racing season, but he is also approaching four years old in a couple of months. This region might give us an incredible “Greyt 8” showdown between the old and young starts if kennelmate JS KEEPHOPEALIVE can make it that far. It took this red fawn female only seven starts to reach top grade and has won 8 of her 17 career starts so far and she doesn’t even turn two years old until next month. It will take some really good early speed to compete with her to the first turn. AB CONSTABLE (Plum Creek) and the number 4 seed in the region also has some good top grade credentials and the late speed that makes him a threat as the field dwindles down, should he be able to advance through the first two rounds of eight dog fields. SOUTH REGION A pair of Darren Henry kennel greyhounds grace the top two seeds in this region as ARKANS RB TAZ and ARKASKA KAREN claim those spots respectively. The former had an amazing 30 quiniela finishes in just 40 starts last season while the latter has already won nearly a third of her 32 lifetime starts. TAZ has a hard late speed that can catch almost anyone while KAREN tends to be more early speed, albeit inconsistently. If anyone is going to pull off an upset, it needs to be in the early rounds against these two. ALADDIN is the sneaky #3 seed in this region from the A Ray Kennel. He raised some eyebrows just as recently as last week when he held off super pup CRAIGIE DELAGATE in a somewhat shocking victory. If he was to get loose early and lead by the turn, it will take one heck of an effort to catch him. Catch all the rounds of the 2021 “HOUND MADNESS” Stakes at Southland Casino & Racing. Complete schedule is below. Round 1 – (64 greyhounds – 8 fields of 8) – Saturday, March 13 Round 2 – (32 greyhounds – 4 fields of 8) – Thursday, March 18 Round 3 (Sleek 16) – (16 greyhounds – 4 fields of 4) – Monday, March 22 Round 4 (Greyt 8) – (8 greyhounds – 4 fields of 2) – Saturday, March 27 Round 5 (Furry Four) – (4 greyhounds – 2 fields of 2) – Friday, April 2 Championship - (2 greyhound match race) – Friday, April 9 TOTAL ADDED PURSE - $30,000 Winner - $12,500 Runner-Up - $7,500 3rd/4th - $2,500 5th-8th - $1,250 Previous Next

  • TWO AT THE TOP AT DERBY LANE

    < Back TWO AT THE TOP AT DERBY LANE ​ Sep 14, 2020 The late Patsy Cline put Winchester, Va., on the map eight decades ago with her exceptional country music singing. TS Patsy Cline, a greyhound who was named after the legendary artist, hit all the right notes this past Saturday at Derby Lane. Her maiden-breaking, 10-length victory ignited a four-win evening performance for Abernathy kennel, launching the operation into a first-place tie with Everett Racing in the highly-competitive kennel standings at Derby Lane. Abernathy, which is owned by Jim and Kayruth Abernathy, tied Everett – each with 108 victories in the July-to-December meet. Abernathy was one of only two of the 14 kennels to record at least 10 wins during the previous week’s seven performances (Watson Racing led with 13 victories). Everett Racing, which held first place by itself the past week under kennel owner Kelly Everett and trainer Kelsie Gubbels, is gunning for its first kennel championship since winning three six-month meet crowns in a row in 2018-19. Abernathy has finished second in a kennel race three times since 2004, including a runner-up showing to Everett Racing in 2019. TS Patsy Cline’s win as the prohibitive 1-2 favorite was followed by victories from Craigie Zumba ($10.40 to win), Finlandia ($22.80) and JPRG Lone Star ($10). The four Abernathy 550-yard sprinters won by a combined 23-1/2 lengths. Patsy Cline, the artist, began singing in 1954 and died in a 1963 plane crash in Camden, Tenn., at age 30. A 1973 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ms. Cline had hits like Crazy, I Fall to Pieces, She’s Got You, and Sweet Dreams. TS Patsy Cline, the greyhound, also has been a favorite among her fans. The 59-pound athlete began racing in July at Wheeling Island in West Virginia, where she made five schooling races before being shipped to Derby Lane. TS Patsy Cline’s only schooling race at Derby Lane came on Aug. 28, when she won in box-to-wire fashion by 12 lengths for owners Carl Tomblin and Steve Sarras. The 21-month-old daughter of Superior Panama and Ty Law has been the wagering favorite in all four official starts since. After finishing third in her career debut, TS Patsy Cline posted a pair of seconds before breaking her maiden on Saturday – clocking the 550-yard course in 31.53 seconds. Capabal kennel ranks third in the kennel standings with 106 victories. Defending champion Lester Raines and Nova are tied for fourth at 104. Derby Lane features seven 15-race performances weekly with Monday-through-Saturday matinees, and a Saturday evening card. Previous Next

  • WHEELING KENNEL, WIN LEADER RACES TIGHT

    < Back WHEELING KENNEL, WIN LEADER RACES TIGHT Stan Pawloski Aug 12, 2020 As the second half of the abbreviated 2020 racing season kicks in gear at Wheeling Island, there is a logjam atop the track’s kennel standings and win leaders. The racetrack reopened June 5 after a 12-week shutdown ordered by the state due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). It is believed to be the longest the racetrack has been shut down since the flood of 1996 when the operation was closed from mid-January until March 1. Through Sunday, Aug. 9 races, the top four kennels from 2019 once again occupy the top four spots in the standings this year although in a different order. Lester Raines holds the top spot with 205 victories on the year following closely by Jacobs Racing with 201 wins and defending champion Blanchard with 197 victories. Patriot/Taplin is fourth with 188 wins while rounding out the top five is Charter with 169. Sitting atop the track win leader board is sprinter JS Drinkmepretty (Lester Raines) with 10 victories in 20 starts – a 50 percent win percentage. Each of her victories have come against Grade AA competition. JS Drinkmepretty was third in wins last year with 19. Two greyhounds have posted nine wins each this year – CTW Tira Misu (Patriot/Taplin) and CTW Lotus Flower (Imark). With eight victories apiece are JSK Roulette (Jacobs Racing), WW Slick Simon (Wayne Ward), ZB Tremonti (Lester Raines), BGR Call Me Hank (Brad Boeckenstedt) and WW Spend A Lot (Wayne Ward). Previous Next

  • 2024 WV Bred Open Distance Stakes (after quarter rounds)

    < Back 2024 WV Bred Open Distance Stakes (after quarter rounds) P. Saul May 24, 2024 After the quarter-final rounds on Tuesday, 32 greyhounds were eliminated from the $65,000 WVGOBA Open Sprint at Tri State. On Saturday evening, May 25, heading into the semi-finals, 16 greyhounds remain as contenders in Races 6 and 8 with starting post time at 6:00 PM EST. Competing in Race 6 are Cg's Musician, Bronze Lass, Cetmark Zippy, Cg's Maggi, Jas A King Wins, Cet Dirty Skinny, Coal Powered, Cet Electrify. Competing in Race 8 are Cet Dirty Toodls, Ts Jon Jones, Cg's Apocalypse, Cg's Miss Muffet, Raise The Wind, Cg's Mustardseed, Gls Finleysfilly, Ts Dustin Lynch. Littermates competing: Cet Dirty Skinny, Cet Dirty Toodls Cg’s Musician, Cg’s Maggi, Cg’s Apocalypse, Cg’s Mustardseed The Open Sprint Stakes championship is scheduled for Friday, May 31. Accumulated points for the Semi-Finals: 31 points: Gls Finleysfilly (JS), Cetmark Zippy (CET) 28 points: Cet Dirty Toodls (CET), Cg's Maggi (Abahamson), Coal Powered (RS) 26 points: Cet Electrify (CET), Cet Dirty Skinny (CET) 23 points: Cg's Miss Muffet (Abrahamson) 19 points: Cg's Musician (Abrahamson), Cg's Mustardseed (Abrahamson) 18 points: Ts Dustin Lynch (CET) 17 points: Raise The Wind (RS) 14 points: Cg's Apocalypse (Abrahamson) 12 points: Bronze Lass (RS), Ts Jon Jones (RS) 11 points: Jas A King Wins (Heather Lomax) Previous Next

  • NGA Lifetime Achievement | National Greyhound

    NGA Lifetime Acheivement Notable individuals who dedicated their life's work to stewarding the greyhound breed and the National Greyhound Association membership. 2011 Herb "Dutch" Koerner 2013 Pat Dalton 2015 Pat Collins 2017 W.H. O'Donnell 2012 Cary Alsobrook 2014 Bill Janecek 2016 Donald Ryan

  • Artex Pumbaa named 2023 best sprinter; best distance dog goes to JS Comin Undone.

    < Back Artex Pumbaa named 2023 best sprinter; best distance dog goes to JS Comin Undone. Jim Gartland Mar 14, 2024 In the age of less racing opportunities, no stake race programs, and a much smaller pool of competitors, the NGA awards singling out the best of the best at each distance take on a new look for 2023. Historically labeled the Rural Rube and Flashy Sir awards, 2023 honorees will simply be tabbed as America's best sprinter and router. A Wheeling speedster and Tri State distance star have been chosen as recipient's of these awards for 2023. Artex Pumbaa and distance star, JS Comin Undone have been named as recipients of the two awards and will be honored at Hall of Fame ceremonies during the spring meet on Thursday, April 25. A 2020 son of Flying Hydrogen-Arkans Cancer , Artex Pumbaa finished with 22 wins for the year tying him for the Wheeling lead with JSP Rayzendacash. He finished in the money in 82% of his starts. Perhaps the most steady and consistent greyhound at Wheeling in 2023, Pumbaa competed against the best, day in and day out, and closed the year winning six in a row. He would finish the season with a 51-22-8-6 record, He was also named Captain of the 2023 All Star team. Artex Pumbaa Owned by Joe Frey and Rachelle Henry, Pumbaa was raced by Blanchard Kennels at Wheeling . A much deserved award for this fabulous sprinter. Congratulations to Joe, Rachelle and all the connections of Artex Pumbaa ! JS Comin Undone JS Comin Undone was an almost unanimous choice for the best distance dog in the land award finishing the year with 19 distance wins at Tri State despite missing over a full month of racing. Comin Undone is a December 2020 son of Show On The Road-CH Keepin Faith. He was raised and is owned by Shannon Henry. Racing exclusively at 3/8ths of a mile, he moved to Tri State after the closing of Southland and immediately took to the Charleston oval winning his first AA after just a few starts. Racing for the Lester Raines Kennel, he finished in the money in 30 of his 37 starts. His record for the year was 37-19-5-4-2 and included 5 in a row in a September stretch, winning one of those races by 12-1/2 lengths! Congratulations to JS Comin Undone, and all his connections! These two will be honored at the awards ceremonies program at the Greyhound Hall of Fame on Thursday night, April 25, during the NGA's Spring Meet. Previous Next

  • PBKC PRESENTS THE 44TH RUNNING OF THE $50,000 ARTHUR J. ROONEY, SR. ST. PATRICK'S INVITATIONAL

    < Back PBKC PRESENTS THE 44TH RUNNING OF THE $50,000 ARTHUR J. ROONEY, SR. ST. PATRICK'S INVITATIONAL ​ Mar 12, 2020 West Palm Beach, Fl. - Post positions have been drawn and it’s time for the Greyhounds to do all the talking, as Palm Beach Kennel Club’s prepares for its biggest, most fun and exciting day of the year, the 44th and final running of the $50,000 Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick’s Invitational Saturday evening, March 14. At the press conference and post-position draw, it was evident by the attendee’s applause who drew the best starting positions. First up was the Koppe, Staats & Collins Kennel’s $50,000 He’s My Man Classic Champion Pat C Dewdrop who drew post number one. Very nice indeed. Next up was the draw for Rader Racing Kennel’s Sarahdipedy . In the best possible scenario for this impressive youngster, she drew the number eight position. For Rader Racing Kennel to win their sixth Invitational, Sarahdipedy will most likely have to pass perhaps up to three other entries, the above-mentioned Pat C Dewdrop , Mister Red Rader and JGO Rocky Rhoade , and she is very capable of doing just that. As for the $50,000 Arthur J Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick’s Invitational entries to look for late in the race are the strong rushers/closers Donta Ripper , NB’s Wild Shot and the $50,000 James W. Paul Derby winner Slatex Beretta . The “Luck of the Irish” will be smiling on one of these elite eight illustrious and deserving athletes: 1. Pat C Dewdrop (Kiowa Myth – Pat C Whereby, Koppe, Staats & Collins) 2. Donta Ripper (CTW Pipe Down – Good Luck Ruby, D. Q. Williams Kennel) 3. Barts Sea Haw k (Gold Town* - Seadon Traveler, James Douglas Kennel) 4. Mister Red Rader (Flying Titanium – Rip N Runnin, B & B Racing Kennel) 5. NB’s Wild Shot (Jimbo Acorn – NB’s Nice N Easy, Royal Racing Team) 6. JGO Rocky Rhoad e (Crown And Crest – Kiowa Kay Tipton, Ryan Racing) 7. Slatex Beretta (Flying Fired Up – Slatex Albany, Janie Carroll Kennel) 8. Sarahdipedy (Superior Panama – Joy Giovanni, Rader Racing Kennel) The 44th running of the $50,000 Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick’s Invitational will be held in Saturday evening’s sixth race with an approximate post time of 8:15 p.m. Palm Beach Kennel Club honors Arthur J. Rooney Sr. and honors his legacy with our annual St. Patrick’s Invitational. "The Chief" was the founding owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, established in 1933 and bought the Palm Beach Kennel Club in 1970 and Yonkers Raceway in 1972. He was also an outstanding athlete playing football, baseball and amateur boxing. He will always be remembered as one of the most popular figures in sports. Special activities for this exceptional afternoon of championship Greyhound racing include: * 15-Superfecta Races! * Our National Anthem performed live by Bailee Bonick! (6:30pm) * ESPN has Cancelled the Cash Cube. * Cash Prize Drawings! (On-Track After Race 6) * Enjoy Live Irish Dancing performed by Tir na Greine! (Outside Stage, 4:30-5:15pm) * Live Irish Music performed by Jody Pollard! (4:30-6:30pm) * For the kids, Karl Koppertop will be here with his amazing Balloon Magic along with amazing face painting by Pinky the Clown! (6-8pm) * Greyhound Pet Representatives will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about adopting one of these loving dogs! * Irish Food Specials in the Paddock and Terrace Restaurants All-Day Long! * The 44th running of the $50,000 Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick’s Invitational! (Race 6) Previous Next

  • Wheeling Hot Dogs ( as of January 15, all races 5/16 unless otherwise noted )

    < Back Wheeling Hot Dogs ( as of January 15, all races 5/16 unless otherwise noted ) Stan Pawloski Jan 16, 2024 Blanchard Kennel’s Artex Pumbaa has eight straight Grade AA wins for trainer Chris Maynard. Lester Raines Kennel’s Lets Get Rowdy (AA) and JS Atomic Dawg (C, B, A) have won three out of their last four trips for trainer Joel Roden. Patriot/Taplin Kennel’s SE Tap House has back-to-back Grade AA victories for trainer Cheyney Kuriata. Rangel Kennel’s Unequivocally has captured four out of his last five outings (C, B, A, AA) for trainer Alex Hall. Steve Sarras Kennel’s Voodoo Clam has three victories and a second in her last four 3/16 races (TD, C, TB, TAA) for trainer Mike Holguin. Previous Next

  • Artex Pumbaa joins elite group with 11-race win streak

    < Back Artex Pumbaa joins elite group with 11-race win streak Stan Pawloski Feb 20, 2024 The chase is over. Artex Pumbaa’s run at Casual Casey’s Wheeling track record of 16 wins in a row ended recently when the Blanchard Kennel sprint star missed his break and finished out of the money after posting 11 straight Grade AA victories. Only nine greyhounds in the history of Wheeling Island racing history have longer consecutive winning streaks than Artex Pumbaa. His 11 victories in a row started on Dec. 1, 2023, and ended on Feb. 9, 2024. A May 2020 greyhound out of Flying Hydrogen-Arkans Cancer, Artex Pumbaa had closing efforts in seven of his 11 victories while in the other four wins the sprinter was on top around the first turn. Artex Pumbaa’s 11 straight victories were by a combined 34 lengths – a 3-length average margin of victory. He had wins by 6 ½, 6, 5 ½, 4 and 3 ½ (twice) lengths during his streak. Lengthy winning streaks are rare – there’s only been 22 Wheeling win streaks of at least 10 in a row. Local greyhound fan and historian Robin Reed, who has tracked Wheeling racing since its inception in 1976, feels a streak of 10 or more is a sign of a truly elite greyhound. “Of all the greyhound stats, total wins, stakes wins, and so forth, I think achieving a win streak of 10 or more races is probably the most difficult due to the fact that so many obstacles need to be overcome. A lot of greyhounds are very dependent on a good post position, but a big win streak will surely contain some less than ideal holes,” Reed said. “Weather can also be an obstacle if sloppy or muddy track conditions prevail. For any greyhound to be at his or her best for a few months without missing a beat is astounding.” James Blanchard called his star, Artex Pumbaa, multidimensional with a ton of desire. “(Artex) Pumbaa can break on top, or he can come from behind. He’s so consistent and tries hard every race … a lot of heart,” Blanchard said. “I’m so proud of what he’s accomplished.” In 2023, Artex Pumbaa posted a special season by sharing the track win championship with JSP Rayzendacash and earned the captaincy of the all-Wheeling team. In 51 starts, he had 22 wins, 8 seconds, 6 thirds and 6 fourths. Artex Pumbaa is trained by Chris Maynard and owned by Rachelle Henry and Joe Frey. Following is a listing of the 22 Wheeling win streaks of at least 10 in a row, date achieved and how the streak ended. CASUAL CASEY: 16 straight 5/16ths wins from Sept. 10, 1994-Oct. 13, 1994 and Jan. 25, 1995-March 30, 1995 (had three-month layoff during streak); ran fourth to Karl Barx. STEPH’S GOOD: 15 straight 7/16ths victories from Jan. 3, 1987-March 17, 1987 (set 7/16th track record three straight races during streak); ran fourth to Olly’s My Name. WIN AGAIN: 14 straight 5/16ths wins from Dec. 13, 1999-Feb. 16, 2000; ran fifth to Prima Gold Tone. STAGE DOOR ACE: 13 straight 3/8ths wins from Apr. 7, 1990-June 1, 1990; ran second to Call Me Country. RS BIG D: 13 straight 3/8ths wins from Dec. 8, 2021-March 24, 2022; finished out of the money to FGF Georgejetson. WW TIME WARP: 12 straight 5/16ths wins from Feb. 17, 1999-Apr. 16, 1999; finished out of the money to Red Hot Charger. KIOWA SWEET TREY: 12 straight 5/16ths wins to open his career from July 6, 2001-Oct. 25, 2001; ran second by a neck to Soul Cipher. SOUL CIPHER: 12 straight 5/16ths wins from Feb. 24, 2002-May 11, 2002; ran third to Hey Smokin Joe. GABLE PIMIENTO: 12 straight 5/16ths wins from Apr. 27, 2007-June 30, 2007; ran second by a length to Roar Of The Cat. DD’S NELSON: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from June 6, 1986-July 26, 1986; ran second by 5 ½ lengths to Blazing Journey. B J JOACHIM: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from July 14, 1989-Sept. 2, 1989; ran third to Sand Kicker Lee. GREYS BEAVER: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from July 24, 1992-Sept. 5, 1992; ran second to Navjo Gracie. BEN G DESIRE: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from Sept. 4, 1993-Oct. 21, 1993; finished out of the money to Sayitforme. FORTIFIED RUSH: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from July 14, 2001-Sept. 12, 2001; ran third to WW Way Out. ARTEX PUMBAA: 11 straight 5/16ths wins from Dec. 1, 2023-Feb. 9, 2024; finished out of the money to O Ya Viper. FRIEND DELILAH: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Oct. 28, 1981-Dec. 11, 1981; finished out of the money to Cousin’s Dingo. PECOS TRADITION: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Sept. 29, 1982-Nov. 15, 1982; ran second by a length to K’s Maximum. ONIE REID: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Dec. 14, 1985-Jan. 29, 1986; ran second by a nose to At Her Ese*. TROJAN CRUZE: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Dec. 2, 1998-Jan. 20, 1999. RHYTHMLESS: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Jan. 16, 2006-Mar. 5, 2006; ran second by 4 lengths to Gentleman Jack. KIOWA WW BROTHER: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from Jan. 3, 2009-Feb. 27, 2009; ran third to Hi Noon Hero. AMF SLEEKSTRANGR: 10 straight 5/16ths wins from May 2, 2015-Sept. 26, 2015; finished out of the money to Heck Yeah. Previous Next

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    To see this working, head to your live site. Categories All Posts My Posts Social Portal Social Portal for National Greyhound Association Members. Join our discussion about greyhound racing in the US & abroad Create New Post General Discussion Views Posts 59 Topic Discussions Wheeling Brags Views Posts 11 Tristate Brags Views Posts 9 Breeding & Stud Dog Discussion Views Posts 1 Memory Lane Views Posts 1 NGA National Meets Views Posts 16 Points & Handle Archive & News Views Posts 13 Racing International Views Posts 0 Amateur Sports Views Posts 1 Adoption Views Posts 1 Website & Technology Feedback Views Posts 3 Suggestions, Feedback, and Constructive Criticism for NGA's website, email blast, and public social media. Classifieds Views Posts 3 Vials Views Posts 3 Pups for Sale Views Posts 0 Broods for Lease Views Posts 0 Finishing Services Views Posts 0 Farms & Equipment For Sale Views Posts 0 Hauling Views Posts 0 Forum - Frameless

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    Individual Registration ) 6 to a page bertillion mark up for litter

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