National Greyhound Racing Club of Great Britain

The NGRC is the controlling body of the greyhound racing industry. Founded in 1926, it functions in a similar way to the Jockey Club. It publishes the Rules of Racing and has Stewards to enforce them.

Among other functions, it oversees the drug testing units at registered tracks and keeps records of all greyhounds bred in Great Britain. The NGRC lobbies on behalf of the industry in parliament and promotes the industry on a national level.

The Retired Greyhound Trust is also administered by the NGRC.

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