Gus Ryan speaks to Highland Radio; Starts at 52.34

August 26, 2021


Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme

Curraheen sales, disaster for owners!!

August 16, 2021


Greyhound owners have long dismissed Talking Dogs as lies and spin. Even by the low standards set by IGB, the drivel written by Barry Drake… Read More ›

IGB unconcerned with alarming level of injuries in Shelbourne Park

August 16, 2021


From: Pat Herbert <> Date: Mon 16 Aug 2021, 09:17 Subject: RE: Track injuries To: igobf igobf <>   Dear Mr Walsh Thank you for… Read More ›

IGB to “ascertain if any integrity related issues arise” when 9 Irish dogs test positive in the UK.

August 4, 2021


The IGOBF wrote to IGB raising concerns when 9 of 48 Irish dogs were alleged to have tested positive for prohibited substances at Doncaster sales.… Read More ›

Gerard Dollard to leave his position as CEO

June 10, 2021


The GRI (IGB) announced this week that its CEO, Gerard Dollard, is to leave the position in September 2021. While the announcement was unexpected, it… Read More ›


May 12, 2021


11th May 2021   The Cork Greyhound Owners and Breeders Association would like to  formally thank and congratulate both Tom Smith, his loyal supporters and The… Read More ›

GRI, new name but the spin and misinformation continue

March 18, 2021


In reply to a letter from IGOBF Chairman, Tony Walsh, the CEO of GRI (IGB) Gerard Dollard dismissed Mr Walsh’s concerns that reducing prize money… Read More ›

IGOBF Chairman, Tony Walsh, writes to non-performing CEO; 24/02/2021

March 8, 2021


24th February 2021 Dear Mr Dollard, Mr Nyham and the entire board, I have received numerous complaints from very angry owners from all over the… Read More ›

IGB and the “excellent” SIS Deal

February 5, 2021


IGB Chief Executive, Ger Dollard, announced this week that, “Our partnership with SIS has been an excellent one and we are very pleased to be… Read More ›

Why work when you get paid to do nothing?

November 27, 2020


The IGB finally published their 2019 Annual Report and once again it makes for sobering reading. 2019 was the twelfth consecutive year of declining attendance.… Read More ›