How do I read Greyhound data?

How do I read my greyhound racing data?

If your greyhound was registered in the U.S., the left ear should contain a 5-digit litter registration number. The right ear will have 2 or 3 numbers and a letter. The first number (s) identifies the month they were whelped, and the last number is the year of birth.

How do I check my greyhound history?

NGA maintains the master racing greyhound database. You can e-mail them at nga@ngagreyhounds.com or call them at (785) 263-4660.

ALL ABOUT GREYHOUNDS: Your Greyhound’s Racing History

  1. Your dog’s racing name. …
  2. Your dog’s racing record, including detailed accounts of how he did in each race.

How do you read dog race stats?

In the # of Lines column, the three numbers tell you how many past performance lines were used for each greyhound. In the example above, the first number shows official race lines, the second is the number of schooling races, and the last is past performance lines from their previous track.

What do greyhounds ear tattoos mean?

The tattoo in a Greyhound’s left ear is his litter registration number, which is assigned by the NGA. The tattoo in his right ear identifies a specific puppy in that litter. The tattoo in your retired racer’s right ear identifies the month and year of his birth and the order in his litter in which he was tattooed.

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What does or mean in greyhound racing?

U.K. – B Grade – (B1 – B6) This grade prefix usually indicates to either a slightly shorter or longer middle-distance. As for the OR classification, that means “open race” meaning it is the highest level of racing in the UK.

How long did your Greyhound live?

Some greyhounds that have done well racing or have been used for breeding purposes can become available between the ages of six and nine. With proper care and good nutrition, greyhounds usually can live to between twelve and fourteen years of age (and some can live to be much older!)

Can I race my greyhound?

Greyhound racing is on the wane—it’s now illegal in more than 40 states. We can eliminate greyhound racing through education, compassion and action. Greyhounds are at a disadvantage even before they are born. Thousands are bred annually (many more than are needed to race) in an attempt to create the fastest dogs.

How can you tell a greyhound?

It is fairly wide between the ears with a powerful muzzle of good length and strong, even teeth. Look at the eyes. The eyes of a Greyhound are dark and bright. They give the dog an intelligent expression, indicating spirit.

What does CSR mean in dog racing?

“What’s a CSR when it’s at home?” “It stands for Consolidated Speed Rating,” I told my clueless friend. “It takes track bias and other things into account and gives the dogs a speed rating for each of their races and an average overall speed rating. It’s a good way to rank the dogs by class within their grade.”

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How do you read an American Greyhound?

HOW TO READ THE FORM

  1. Set weight – greyhound must weigh-in within 1 1/2 pounds of their Set Weight.
  2. Race Info – race number and type of wagering offered.
  3. Racing Record – number of (starts, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th).
  4. The second line is the greyhound’s record at previous track.
  5. The last line is the greyhound’s season purse totals.

How did Greyhound start?

Greyhound track racing, as we know it today, began in 1919 in California with the invention of a mechanical lure. For the next 65 years the status of the greyhound declined as people saw these dogs race and concluded that they were high strung, aggressive and unloving. Racing is regulated by state or local laws.

What do greyhound numbers mean?

The first one or two numbers in the right ear are the month the dog was born in. The last digit is the year of birth. Each dog in the litter will have the same numbers in the left and right ear but the letter in the right ear will be unique to each dog and indicates the order that the litter was tattooed in.

Do all greyhounds have tattoos in their ears?

For positive identification, they are tattooed in both ears when they are about 2 months old. The left ear has the litter identification number assigned by NGA. All greyhounds in the same litter will have the same number. The tattoo in the right ear tells the greyhounds age.

How many races do greyhounds run?

There are two forms of greyhound racing, track racing (normally around an oval track) and coursing.

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