Racing To Resume + Masks Mandatory on Course Written by:
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With the recent scaling back of Government restrictions as of 11:59pm last night (Sat, 21/11), we can confirm that greyhound racing has been allowed to resume with the following:

  • Masks will be mandatory on course for a 2 week period (more information below)
  • There will be not be a race meeting today (Sunday, 22/11) at Gawler
  • GRSA will run race meetings at Angle Park on Monday (23/11) and the Murray Bridge Straight track on Tuesday (24/11)
  • Gawler will conduct a trial session today (Sunday, 22/11) from 7am-11am (walk-ups only)
  • Mt Gambier will conduct a trial session today (Sunday, 22/11) from 9am until finished (walk-ups only)
  • Angle Park will conduct a trial session today (Sunday, 22/11) from 6pm-9pm (walk-ups only and finish on lure only)
  • Tracks will only be open to essential persons only, e.g. no owners
  • Effective immediately, exercise outside in family groups allowed. Trainers may exercise their greyhound outside, either alone or with family members only. Where trainers can, we strongly suggest to wear a mask.
  • The semi-finals of the Brian Johnstone will be rescheduled back to Thursday (26/11) with the final a week later (3/12). The 600m Grade 5 final will now also be back on (26/11) at Angle Park
  • GAP Assessments and handovers will resume as of Monday
  • Hospitality at licenced venues will have a 100 person limit, a 1 person per 4sqm rule and seated consumption


Please note that as early as possible, GRSA will be requiring all participants (inc. trainers/catcher) and staff to wear a mask when at any of our race courses This includes the carpark, kennel house and the track. If you do not have a mask when you arrive, GRSA will provide one. The wearing of masks will replace the planned temperature testing previously advised. GRSA will revise the requirement of masks in 2 weeks.