To keep you, our staff and the wider community safe we've made changes to our racing procedures in line with HSE guidelines and COVID-19 best practices.
With the return to trials on June 8th, and racing from June 29th, a number of important changes have been put in place.
These are important for everyone’s safety and to ensure we can continue to race so please make sure you are familiar with them and know your role in helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Please note that following the production of this video, an amendment to the trap loading procedure was introduced. The change will see greyhounds loaded in the order 1 – 3 – 5, followed by traps 2 – 4 – 6 while maintaining distance from others, subject to those loading greyhounds wearing a suitable face covering. Please refer to the full protocol below for more.
Greyhound Trials will recommence from June 8th, please visit the Booking Trials section to find out more.
Owners and Trainers are requested to bring their own muzzles and trap sheets when attending an Official Trial Session. Official Trials will be by appointment only, no exceptions.
Racing will commence behind closed doors on June 29th with a strict 'one man, one dog' policy. Additional people will not be permitted entry to the kennels / racing area.
Please ensure that you are complying with the latest Government COVID-19 guidelines. Do not attend if you are displaying symptoms.
Owners and Trainers are requested to bring the absolute minimum racing accessories when travelling to the stadium.
It is recommended that the following list not be exceeded:
You may also wish to bring your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as disposable gloves, hand sanitiser and face masks. Hand sanitiser and hand wash facilities will be available throughout the stadium.
*Please note that IGB reserve the right to make changes as/when Government guidelines change. You must also exercise your own personal responsibillity in preventing the spread of COVID-19.