- Should a raced greyhound in the opinion of the majority of the
stewards present and acting, be deemed to have fought in a race,
such greyhound shall be suspended and its racing book impounded
"suspended for fighting
till...........(date)" (in red colour).
no suspension, but no reinstatement unless the greyhound
has run two clearance trials**
one month* of suspension, plus two clearance
three month* of suspension, plus two clearance
* a month its counted with the effective days (i.e. 30 or 31
** It shall be open to the owner / trainer to have the
clearance trials at an approved CGRC track near his
- The term "fighting" shall refer to the aggressive interference
by a greyhound with one or more greyhounds during a race.
- Where a greyhound wins or placed in an eliminating heat of a
Classic, Feature Event or sweepstake but is subsequently suspended
or disqualified, the next greyhound in that particular heat shall
go forward to the subsequent round or rounds.
Officials and Veterinary
- The following officials shall be appointed for every greyhound
race track, namely: Judge, Racing Manager, Veterinary Surgeon,
Starter, Haredriver, Timekeeper, Stewards of the
The race track management shall be responsible,
that all these officials are present at the track during the whole
competition and their names shall be published in the racing
program. The Judge, Racing Manager as well as the Haredriver
shall not be allowed to practise their function during races,
where a competing dog is owned by one of them or persons related
to them (e.g. wife / husband, children, bother / sister in law,
an official is, due to personal reasons (accident, illness etc.),
not able to join the meeting, the racing manager shall be informed
immediately after the official got knowledge of the prevention.
complaint against an official shall be made to the controlling
authority, clearly stating the reasons of complaint.