Enhancing the Greyhound Racing Experience
A study was performed by Drs. Robert L. Gillette and Carol J. Zebas for the Kansas Racign Commission in 1991. The information derived form the project led to the information provided here. It is presented in two-parts, the first discusses at the Greyhound Racing gait and related kinematic factors. The second discusses how this information relates to the race track management.
This topic will be addressed in two parts. The first part will cover the basics of the Greyhound racing gallop. The second part will cover how to evaluate the Greyhound Racing Surface. You can click on the links below to view these topics.
Managing the Greyhound Racing Surface
Robert L. Gillette, DVM, MSE
Part One: Understanding the Greyhound Racing Gallop
Part Two: Evaluating the Greyhound Racetrack Surface for Proper Management
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