2018 GAIN INTERTRACK CHALLENGE IN TRALEE
Congratulations to our Winners - Galway!
GAIN are offering Greyhound Owners & Trainers an exciting opportunity this May as they sponsor the Inter-Track Challenge in Kingdom Greyhound Stadium, Tralee.
Pictured at the launch of the Gain Inter-Track Challenge at IGB Head Offices in Limerick on Tuesday were Pat Reddan (Cork), Ger Garrahy (Limerick & Clare), Ian Maunsell (Gain), Joe Collins (Limerick & Clare), Brendan Maunsell (Kerry), Gerard Dollard (CEO Irish Greyhound Board), Joe Fahy (Thurles), Willie Rigney (Gain), Declan Dowling (representing Waterford) & Brigid Frank (Galway).
When is the GAIN INTERTRACK CHALLENGE?
The 2018 GAIN Inter-Track Challenge will take place on Friday 11th May in Tralee.
The competition will feature Greyhounds from Tralee, Cork, Waterford, Galway, Limerick and Thurles.
10 Races on the Night
Each of the 6 participating tracks will be represented in 10 different races:
- A0 525 yds confined
- A1 525 yds confined
- A2 525 yds confined
- A2 570 yds confined
- A3 525 yds confined
- A3 570 yds confined
- A4 525 yds confined
- A5 525 yds confined
- A6 525 yds confined
- A7 525 yds confined
Points will be allocated as follows:
1st = 6 points
2nd = 5 points
3rd = 4 points
4th = 3 points
5th = 2 points
6th = 1 point
The track with the highest points will host the event next year. Each dog to be from the county it represents and have ran at least 3 times at that track.
A total of €14,200 will be on offer on the night of the GAIN Inter-track Challenge
1st Place €1,000
2nd Place €320
3rd Place €100
How to Enter
Contact your local racing manager for information on representing your county in the GAIN Inter-track Challenge
Launch of the 2018 GAIN Inter-track Challenge
Speaking at the launch Brendan Maunsell, Chairman of the Kerry GOBA said “The greyhound owners of Kerry would like to offer a big thank you to GAIN for coming on board to sponsor the GAIN Inter-Track Challenge on Friday 11th May 2018. We are anticipating a fantastic night where the best dogs in Kerry will take on the best dogs of Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford and Thurles. We look forward to welcoming each track on the night and the stadium are happy to facilitate trials if required prior to the event.”
Pictured at the launch of the Gain Inter-Track Challenge at IGB Head Offices in Limerick on Tuesday were Brigid Frank (Galway GOBA), Joe Fahy (Thurles Track Supporters Club), Ian Maunsell (Gain), Brendan Maunsell (Kerry GOBA), Ger Garrahy (Limerick & Clare GOBA), Willie Rigney (Gain), Declan Dowling (representing Waterford), Gerard Dollard (CEO Irish Greyhound Board), Pat Reddan (Cork GOBA) & Joe Collins (Limerick & Clare GOBA).