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Ritza Lenny captured time honours and Thirty Talks lived up to his lofty reputation in a cracking opening to the Richmond Riches Puppy Classic series (535m) on Saturday night.
Trained by Mark Gatt, Ritza Lenny jumped well from box three and was never threatened in a fast 30.32
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2016 Richmond Riches kicks off in style with top picks through to semis
Joyanna was the surprise star qualifier for Saturday night’s Richmond Riches Puppy Classic, with the John Antonelli-trained greyhound setting the fastest time in the semi finals.
Joyanna, who qualified for the semi final with a second placing behind Et Cetera in his heat, managed to rail up around the first turn and then powered away from the rest of the field to win in 30.31.
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Joyanna rocks the clock
in Richmond Riches Semi
It was a dream result for many when Thirty Talks took out the first ever running of the Richmond Riches Puppy Classic race series on Saturday night.
For the Richmond Race Club, the dream was fulfilled when the $30,000 sales topper at the inaugural Richmond Riches Puppy Auction returned to the track some eighteen months later to storm to victory in the $100,000 to winner Classic after his chances appeared to be forlorn when he missed the start...
Dream result in first ever Richmond Riches
After just the first night of racing with the new Hoop Arm Lure in operation, trainers have lauded the new system as a success.
New Hoop Arm Lure earns the plaudits from trainers after
first night of racing
Change of Auditors
Information for all Richmond Club Members
As a requirement of ASIC, the board of directors are obliged to notify you in writing that this change has NOW been approved by ASIC and will take effect immediately.
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May 29, 2017
In conjunction with the celebrations of the 2017 Richmond Riches race night, the board of the Richmond Race Club proudly donated a cheque of $1,500 to the Pink Finss charity, and in a wonderful gesture, that amount was matched by Mario and Colleen Abela from Castlewood Kitchens and John Earl from Steeline to take the amount to $4,500.
Richmond's donation was courtesy of the Club's charity greyhound, Charity Flyer, who to date has earnt in excess of $3,000 in prizemoney. Local greyhound participant, Margaret Rudd, has been battling health issues in recent times and has received wonderful support from the Pink Finss charity and their volunteer workers who help women and their families deal with breast cancer.
Pink Finss Charity receives $4,500
Richmond Riches A Runaway Success
30th November 2017
SUNDAY’S Ladbrokes-sponsored Richmond Riches Puppy Auction has been declared a runaway success with 90 lots going under the hammer at an average sale price of $5,759.
Boasting some of Australia’s best bred pups across a star-studded catalogue, total sales for the day exceeded half-a-million dollars, with the average sale price well up on the 2014 and 2015 Richmond Riches Puppy Auctions, with 2016 not staged owing to the uncertain future of the industry in NSW at the time.
“The committee was over the moon with the success of the day – it showcased our industry in a terrific light as we look forward following what’s been a difficult couple of years,” said Richmond GRC General Manager Brad Adam.
“I want to extend a big thank you to all the breeders that got behind the Auction and all that turned up and supported the day. Our volunteers and helpers did an amazing job and it was fantastic to see so much confidence amongst everyone in attendance.
“After missing last year following two very successful years our committee took a real leap of faith reinstating the Richmond Riches this year and growing on the great work previously done. I think Sunday’s positive outcome is vindication for their decision and showed how important these days
2019 LADBROKES RICHMOND RICHES RACE SERIES
INCREASES PRIZE POOL TO $65,000.
15th December 2017
The Richmond Race Club today announced that is would increase the prize pool of the 2019 Ladbrokes Richmond Riches Race Series, of $10,000 to $65,000.
The Richmond Race Club this year held the 2017 Ladbrokes Richmond Puppy Auction on the last Sunday in November amid uncertainty of a decreasing greyhound breeding industry. The club provided a funding model for the 2019 race series that ensured the club had limited funding exposure.
The club proudly announces today that the 2017 Ladbrokes Richmond Puppy Auction exceeded expectation and a further $10,000 will be added to the prize pool, further information on how the additional prizemoney will be distributed throughout the 2019 series will be announced in the coming months.
The 2017 Ladbrokes Richmond Puppy Auction was a vote of confidence that NSW greyhound breeders needed, with 90 greyhound pups being sold at total sales of $518,310 with an average sale of $5,759.
A reminder to all owners of greyhounds that were sold through the auction, the 2nd nomination fee of $150 to be eligible for the 2019 race series will be due by the 30th June 2018, the club will be in contact closer to that date.