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December 18, 2016

Editorial:

IGB’s plans to have a greyhound industry without greyhounds seems to be moving along at a steady pace. It is worth noting that this used to be confined to pups but overage pups have been allowed in for a few years. The IGB has actually had to abandon all puppy events as the declining numbers made them impossible to fill.

January 11, 2017

Editorial:

Declan Carey was in a quandary yesterday as to whether to go ahead with the Joe Dunne Memorial Juvenile Open 525 this weekend. The problem… Read More ›

FOI legislation provides for a right of access to records held by public bodies. Of course IGB thinks they are above the law.

January 7, 2017

Editorial:

FOI Commissioner, Peter Tyndall,  details his encounter with the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) While section 37(1) requires public bodies to furnish relevant records or information… Read More ›

Tommy Lyons finally seems to be acknowledging the seriousness of the dilemma facing the Irish greyhound industry. His plea for someone to stand up for the industry is interesting, do we not have a board who are supposed to be doing this? Is Tommy suggesting that the Board has failed the industry?

January 5, 2017

Editorial:

  Irish Examiner Thursday January 05,2017 Urgent need for someone to stand up for greyhound racing as a whole Tommy Lyons   Twenty-Sixteen was not… Read More ›

International expert suggests that IGB appointments have not been to the standard required.

January 2, 2017

Editorial:

The Morris Report 26 August 2015 “There is inadequate information and expertise available to the IGB and to the Control Committee [21.3]. The dearth of… Read More ›

IGB Head of Governance, Hilary Forde, comes under more pressure as top trainer decries IGB drugs policy as “hopeless” and claims the IGB is covering up multiple failed drugs tests.

January 2, 2017

Editorial:

Sunday Times 01/01/2017 Five greyhounds trained by Graham Holland, an Irish Derby-winning trainer, have tested positive for traces of pentobarbital, a banned substance. Low doses… Read More ›

Response to IGB Chairman’s Christmas Message

December 23, 2016

Editorial:

The farcical ramblings of the IGB Chairman get another airing in this week’s Sporting Press. It is difficult to reconcile Mr Meaney’s claims that virtually… Read More ›

Geraldine Larkin Steps Down 22/12/2016

December 22, 2016

Editorial:

The Irish Greyhound Owners and Breeders Federation is extremely disappointed to receive the news that Geraldine Larkin has stepped down from her position as CEO… Read More ›

RTE Drivetime

December 16, 2016

Editorial:

We have attached a link to the RTE Drivetime programme of Thursday December 8 2016 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4_id25aECTcXzFMYXFMQjczQnc/view?usp=sharing Most of the story will be familiar to greyhound… Read More ›

Morris Report

December 16, 2016

Editorial:

http://www.igb.ie/globalassets/rescource-centre/documents/morris-review-of-anti-doping-and-medication-control-for-irish-greyhound-board.pdf The Morris review was commissioned in December 2014 and published on July 15 2016 — almost a year since it was completed. The review… Read More ›