home - to The Greyhound-Database
Home  |  Dog-Search  |  Dogs ID  |  Races  |  Race Cards  |  Coursing  |  Tracks  |  Statistic  |  Testmating  |  Kennels  
 
Facebook
Login  |    |  add_race  |  add_coursing  |  add_dog  |  Membership  |  Advertising  |  Ask the Vet    Help  print pedigree      
TV  |  Active-Sires  |  Sire-Pages  |  Which Sire?  |  Classifieds  |  Auctions  |  Photos  |  Videos  |  Library  |  Adoption  |  Forum  |  About_us  |  Site Usage

X

GREY-AID

Grey-Aid is an initiative set up by Greyhound-Data Limited with the support of GRV (Greyhound Racing Victoria) and other Australian based greyhound racing clubs, participants and adoption groups.

We are asking our members worldwide to support us in our effort to raise funds to be distributed throughout Australia in real time to greyhound owners that have been directly impacted by the recent Australian Bush Fire disaster.

It is time for the owners and their dogs to return home, or return to what is left of their homes.

Thank you everyone for helping all Australian Greyhounds in their time of need.

The devastation Australia is currently going through is uniting us as a nation and with your help and determination we can unite worldwide as greyhound owners.

To visit our Go Fund Me page please click on YES



Thank You Again for Your Support

Welcome to the Greyhound Knowledge Forum

   

The Greyhound-Data Forum has been created to act as a platform for greyhound enthusiasts to share information on this magnificent animal called a greyhound.

Greyhound-Data reserve the right to remove any post that is off topic, advertisements or opinions they consider to be offensive.

Please read the forum usage manual please note:

If you answer then please try to stay on topic. It's absolutely okay to answer in a broader scope but don't hijack posts by switching to something off topic.

In case you see an insulting post: DO NOT REPLY TO IT!
Use the report button to inform the moderators so that we can delete it.

Read more...

All TopicsFor SaleGD-WebsiteBreedingHealthRacingCoursingRetirementBettingTalkLogin to post
Do you have questions about greyhound racing?
Do you need advice on how to train a greyhound?

Hay ferguspage  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

Michaele Alderdice
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 569
Dogs 0 / Races 1

12 Jul 2015 02:36


 (0)
 (0)


Anyone seen this dog go what a flying machine 24.98 and a track record at bulli in 22.14 Brett lee x daydream will be an absolute super star In the breeding barn also



Calum Andersen
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 910
Dogs 5 / Races 1

12 Jul 2015 02:40


 (0)
 (0)


Seriously fast dog this guy. Cant wait to see him step out in an 8 dog race. He has a motor once he hits the mat!


Luke Miller
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 737
Dogs 49 / Races 16

12 Jul 2015 04:51


 (0)
 (0)


This boy ran 22.37 at the Gardens in a trial the week prior to his Bulli PT he can definitely zoom. Hopefully he can go to the next level and live up to his early potential.


Adrian Dowdle
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 113
Dogs 7 / Races 9

12 Jul 2015 06:48


 (0)
 (0)


Fastest dog in NSW currently this pup and it has not even raced yet....This is one very serious animal.


Craig Andrews
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 2011
Dogs 15 / Races 2

12 Jul 2015 12:02


 (0)
 (0)


Why hasn't he had a start yet? He's well over 2 years old.


Reece Brown
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 192
Dogs 0 / Races 2

24 Jul 2015 10:41


 (0)
 (0)


Breath taking tonite



Calum Andersen
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 910
Dogs 5 / Races 1

24 Jul 2015 11:05


 (0)
 (0)


He is a seriously fast dog, the track didnt look brilliant either!



Mark Mihailovic
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 674
Dogs 1 / Races 0

24 Jul 2015 12:02


 (0)
 (0)


Hope they keep him racing he obviously has bucket loads of ability and apparently the magic sprite litter out of his mum are blessed with massive ability too



Rod Hampton
Australia

Posts 1337
Dogs 2591 / Races 7191

24 Jul 2015 12:56


 (0)
 (0)


22.22 is seriously fast


Ray Morcomb
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 1297
Dogs 6 / Races 0

24 Jul 2015 12:59


 (0)
 (0)


Also how good is Daydream!!

G1 bitch and a one in a million Brodie

This dog will get full books at stud


Craig Andrews
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 2011
Dogs 15 / Races 2

24 Jul 2015 13:01


 (0)
 (0)


CLICK HERE


Ray Morcomb
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 1297
Dogs 6 / Races 0

24 Jul 2015 13:11


 (1)
 (0)


Also how good is Daydream!!



Bernard John Duffy
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 8052
Dogs 28 / Races 8

24 Jul 2015 16:42


 (0)
 (0)


Now this was a Awesome Win , sometimes a dog comes along and is a freak , This dog is a freak


Luke Miller
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 737
Dogs 49 / Races 16

24 Jul 2015 21:58


 (0)
 (0)


Bernard John Duffy wrote:

Now this was a Awesome Win , sometimes a dog comes along and is a freak , This dog is a freak


People are very quick to label or judge young pups. He is a very talented young dog but one thing i am sure of is if he puts in a ordinary race next start (just as Cleanser did) the daggers will be out. He is a young dog who will learn he did one major thing wrong on debut he missed the kick but this was offset by the outside alley. People expect too much of young pups these day in the last week i have had to defend two young dogs who have had so much hype about them. One being Chevy Prince got beat on debut did absolutely everything wrong came third still ran time. His owner and trainer both publicly criticised the dog came out the following week in the semifinal and put it's rivals to the sword. The other was Kihael Kaluna missed the start mustered found trouble came in last found too be injured, the talk on the track turned from how far this dog was going to win by to the dog is no good and not worth the money spent to purchase it. My point being is can we please stop labelling these young race dogs and having such high expectations so quickly, because if you do this you will only be left disappointed.



Nathan Auld
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 438
Dogs 8 / Races 3

24 Jul 2015 23:34


 (0)
 (0)


Luke Miller wrote:

Bernard John Duffy wrote:

Now this was a Awesome Win , sometimes a dog comes along and is a freak , This dog is a freak


People are very quick to label or judge young pups. He is a very talented young dog but one thing i am sure of is if he puts in a ordinary race next start (just as Cleanser did) the daggers will be out. He is a young dog who will learn he did one major thing wrong on debut he missed the kick but this was offset by the outside alley. People expect too much of young pups these day in the last week i have had to defend two young dogs who have had so much hype about them. One being Chevy Prince got beat on debut did absolutely everything wrong came third still ran time. His owner and trainer both publicly criticised the dog came out the following week in the semifinal and put it's rivals to the sword. The other was Kihael Kaluna missed the start mustered found trouble came in last found too be injured, the talk on the track turned from how far this dog was going to win by to the dog is no good and not worth the money spent to purchase it. My point being is can we please stop labelling these young race dogs and having such high expectations so quickly, because if you do this you will only be left disappointed.

FINALLY someone speaks some sense!
Saying he'll have full books at stud after winning his maiden at Bulli over 400m is a BIG call.
As you said missed the kick from an easy draw in a weakish maiden. What would of happened if he had the 3 , 4 or 5 with a crasher on the outside?
Super fast and super talented but lets just hold our hats till the dog finds his feet and moves up the grades before making outlandish statements.



Calum Andersen
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 910
Dogs 5 / Races 1

25 Jul 2015 03:02


 (0)
 (0)


Nathan Auld wrote:

Luke Miller wrote:

Bernard John Duffy wrote:

Now this was a Awesome Win , sometimes a dog comes along and is a freak , This dog is a freak


People are very quick to label or judge young pups. He is a very talented young dog but one thing i am sure of is if he puts in a ordinary race next start (just as Cleanser did) the daggers will be out. He is a young dog who will learn he did one major thing wrong on debut he missed the kick but this was offset by the outside alley. People expect too much of young pups these day in the last week i have had to defend two young dogs who have had so much hype about them. One being Chevy Prince got beat on debut did absolutely everything wrong came third still ran time. His owner and trainer both publicly criticised the dog came out the following week in the semifinal and put it's rivals to the sword. The other was Kihael Kaluna missed the start mustered found trouble came in last found too be injured, the talk on the track turned from how far this dog was going to win by to the dog is no good and not worth the money spent to purchase it. My point being is can we please stop labelling these young race dogs and having such high expectations so quickly, because if you do this you will only be left disappointed.

FINALLY someone speaks some sense!
Saying he'll have full books at stud after winning his maiden at Bulli over 400m is a BIG call.
As you said missed the kick from an easy draw in a weakish maiden. What would of happened if he had the 3 , 4 or 5 with a crasher on the outside?
Super fast and super talented but lets just hold our hats till the dog finds his feet and moves up the grades before making outlandish statements.


Im not saying hes going to be the next big thing at stud but when a dog does what he did at its first start with the hype behind him already hes taking a good step toward being a really serious dog. Hes taken the step from fast trial dog to fast racedog now lets see how he goes when he hits some good graded dogs. I just like to see someone with a fast dog with some hype and live upto it that isnt paul wheeler. Too many people put him on a pedestal ill put hey fergus there until he proves otherwise!


James Saunders
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 4644
Dogs 3 / Races 3

25 Jul 2015 03:54


 (0)
 (0)


Has everyone already forgot shakey jakey.Breaks the Bathurst track record in a P/T than smashes the wenty track record in a maiden and off to stud.This dog hasn't quite done that but still very impressive but he is a brett lee and as pups can do anything let him do it against better dogs in bad boxes.



Barry Ribbons
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 826
Dogs 64 / Races 230

25 Jul 2015 05:51


 (0)
 (0)


He certainly is a very fast greyhound,there's no doubt about that.
He should go onto become a star,he has the pace to overcome a bad start and when he gets into stride, he has a very quick turn of speed.

I observed this dogs behaviour on and off the track,he is a cool and calm customer and couldn't really give a hoot come stir up time.

The track condition was the worse I have ever seen it and some trainers (not this bloke) had a few words to say about it,which fell on deaf ears.So I believe he would of gone a lot faster on a better track.
Here's the Youtube link to the race replay..check out the track condition on the run home view at the end of the video.Terrible!

EXTERNAL LINK

Congratulations to connections and I hope he goes onto do bigger and better things for them.



Michael Bowerman
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 4560
Dogs 11 / Races 0

25 Jul 2015 08:43


 (0)
 (0)


why would he go to stud according to some breeding industry is dieing


Scott Austen
Australia
(Verified User)
Posts 265
Dogs 40 / Races 4

10 Sep 2015 14:56


 (0)
 (0)


Keep going Fergus another impressive win 26.12 can't wait to see what he'll run if he ever come's out running..

posts 145page  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8