QRIC Greyhound Racing Injury Working Group rep selected

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Greyhound breeder and trainer Graham Hall has been selected as the QRIC Greyhound Racing Injury Working Group’s industry participant representative.

An expression of interest was published in last month’s Chase magazine for a Queensland greyhound owner, trainer and/or breeder to be part of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission’s Greyhound Racing Injury Working Group.

The Working Group selected Mr Hall from three nominations to be the industry representative for the next 12 months.

Mr Hall brings his experience as a greyhound breeder and trainer to the Commission’s group which reviews all serious and catastrophic injuries to greyhounds on Queensland racetracks.

The group’s objectives are to carry out reviews in a consistent and detailed manner taking into consideration race, individual greyhound, and track factors.

The working group also investigates each greyhound racing injury to understand and record the real and potential causes of racing injuries and makes recommendations to the Commission and Racing Queensland for the development and implementation of preventative measures to reduce the rate and severity of injuries to racing greyhounds.

Mr Hall trains a small team of racing dogs and breeds greyhounds at his Marburg property, just west of Ipswich.

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