Greyhound racing in steep decline

22/02/2010 | By More

Most people are familiar with how the levy raises money for horse racing, but this also applies to Greyhound racing. Both sets of funding are falling but the most recent decline in the Greyhound funding must be quite worrying for the sport.

Income from off course bookmakers to the British Greyhound Racing Fund is now expected to only reach £8.5m, compared to the 2009 budget of £10m, and £12m in 2008.

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