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23/08/2018 Endorsement Request Form An easy to use request form that can be provided to Stewards during kenneling if you wish to apply for your greyhound to race with any bandages/endorsements Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 FAQs - Rule changes FAQs - Greyhounds Australasia Rule changes introduced by GRV on 22 August 2018 Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Race Day and Day Prior Treatment Notice to Participants - Enhanced Restrictions on Treatment prior to racing (GAR 83A) made in Greyhounds Australasia Rules. GRV effective date 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Definition of Prohibited Substance Notice to Participants - Change to definition of prohibited substances (GAR 1) made in Greyhounds Australasia Rules. GRV effective date 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Definition of Permanently Banned Prohibited Substance Notice to Participants - Change to list of permanently banned prohibited substances (GAR 79A) made in Greyhounds Australasia Rules. GRV effective date 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Consecutive Days Racing Notice to Participants - Local Rule to prevent Greyhounds competing on consecutive days extended into Greyhounds Australasia Rules on 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Exempted substance - Norethisterone Notice to Participants - Norethisterone for the control of oestrus in females introduced as an exempted substance (GAR 1) in Greyhounds Australasia Rules. GRV effective date 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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22/08/2018 Treatment Record Requirements Notice to Participants - Amendments to Treatment Record requirements (GAR 84A) made in Greyhounds Australasia Rules. GRV effective date 22 August 2018. Pdf Icon
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10/07/2018 APVMA - Veterinary Medicines Fact Sheet The national regulator of veterinary medicines the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority have recently published the attached fact sheet - "Medicines and your greyhound - Buying safe and effective vet products"

Participants are strongly encouraged to take this opportunity to clean up their kennel medications and appropriately discard any non-compliant, unregistered or expired products, medications or treatments including non-APVMA registered injectable substances.
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18/06/2018 Medical Fact Sheet - FAQs - Poor body condition GRV provides the attached FAQs explaining how to recognise poor body condition in your greyhound and when you should seek veterinary advice Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Medical Fact Sheet - FAQs - Happy Tail GRV provides the attached FAQs for managing 'happy tail' in greyhounds and when you should seek veterinary attention Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Medical Fact Sheet - FAQs - Wounds GRV provides the attached FAQs for wounds in greyhounds that explains what to do if you see a wound on your greyhound and when you should seek veterinary attention Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Out of Competition Testing (GAR 79A) - FAQs GRV provides the attached FAQs explaining Out of Competition Testing for permanently banned prohibited substances in greyhounds Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Arsenic Threshold Reminder The following notice was published in the April edition of Greyhound Monthly Victoria and includes information about CCA treated timber or the feeding of seaweed or sardines (or other seafood) to greyhounds and the risk of breaching the arsenic threshold. Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Warning to trainers - Levamisole usage in greyhounds Participants are advised of the risks of returning a positive swab if using antiparasitics containing the active constituent Levamisole. All other antiparasitics are exempted substances under the Greyhounds Australasia Rules. Pdf Icon
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31/05/2018 Medical Fact Sheet - FAQs - Veterinary Attention GRV provides the attached FAQs explaining when you should seek veterinary attention for your greyhound Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 REMINDER GAR 83 (11) - Arsenic threshold GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 23 June 2016 Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 Further Warning - Arsenic GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 28 March 2017 Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 REMINDER - GAR 83A Raceday treatment GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 21 September 2015 Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 REMINDER - GAR 84B - Possession on course GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 8 December 2015 Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 REMINDER - GRV Feeding, Medication and Supplement Guidelines REMINDER - GRV Feeding, Medication and Supplement Guidelines Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 REMINDER FAQs Cobalt threshold GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 8 December 2015 Pdf Icon
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01/01/2018 Synephrine - prohibited substance GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 29 March 2017

GRV takes the opportunity to warn participants of the potential dangers associated with greyhounds consuming citrus fruits, plants or supplements that may contain synephrine close to racing.
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01/01/2018 REMINDER - GAR 79A - Ban on Anabolic Androgenic Steroids GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 15 July 2016.

Participants are advised that in accordance with GAR 79A (adopted 1 June 2016) they must never possess, acquire, attempt to acquire, administer or allow to be administered to any greyhound from birth until retirement, any anabolic androgenic steroid, excluding ethyloestrenol where it is appropriately prescribed for use as an oestrous suppressant in females.
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01/01/2018 REMINDER - GAR 83 (12) Testosterone threshold GRV reminds participants of the following information published on 23 June 2016.

Participants are again reminded that Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (e.g. Testoprop, Ropel), Gonadotropins (e.g. Chorulon) and Gonadotropin Releasing Hormones (e.g. Fertagyl) are all Permanently Banned Prohibited Substances under GAR 79A that cannot be (or attempted to be) acquired, possessed or administered and use will increase testosterone levels leading to a breach of the threshold and rule regardless of whether testing is conducted in or out competition.
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