- Qualification of greyhounds for racing
- Breaks between the rounds
- Numberjackets and Muzzles, Parade
- Draw, Classification, seeding and withdrawing
- The Track
- Fighting, Officials and Veterinary Surgeon
- Judge, Racing Manager, Veterinary
- Starter, Haredriver, Timekeeper, Stewards
- International CGRC-Competition, Doping
- Prize money, Announcements, Liability
- A greyhound race track is an oval sand track with either an
inside or an outside artificial hare.
- The start boxes may either be stationary or movable and have
either 6 or 8 compartments.
- There shall be facilities for veterinary surgeon, judge,
starter, racing manager, stewards, haredriver, timekeeper an
dother officials needed.
- Race tracks with betting shall have approved facilities for
the tote and the staff.
- For international CGRC competitions a track shall be approved
by the CGRC chairman of the racing committee himself in
co-operation with the nationally named racing stewards or only by
two named racing stewards from the national organisation. In every
case, the CGRC -questionnaire has to be completed and sent to the
chairman of the racing committee of the CGRC. An approval is valid
for two years, if no changes are made at the track. Any alteration
during the mentioned period have to be announced to the chairman
of the racing committee. The costs of approval are fixed by the
annual meeting of the CGRC and have to be paid by the national
organisation of the country.
- Any distance between 250m and 450m is a sprint distance (short
Any distance between 451m and 550m is a middle
Any distance between 551m and 750m is a
stayer distance (long distance).
Any distance between 751m and
1000m is a marathon distance. The 1000m is the maximum distance of
any race. Only dogs of more than 24 months and with long distance
form shall be allowed to start in a marathon.