Moree Greyhound Club hosted a strong afternoon of racing on Saturday with good weather and a dry track.
A small crowd of trainers, owners and spectators gathered to watch the dogs compete.
Race one saw Tweed Memories power home over the 421m track ahead of Fluro Flame.
Yeah Size and Idol were ahead of the pack for race two. Cold Comfort trained by Stephen Casey came in at first place in race three. Purely Speedy raced home for trainer Nathan Toms in race four. Arimathea, trained by Barry King came in just ahead of Daddy Mulwee in the final.
Galba Dixie and Sophie May placed first and second respectively in the consolation challenge one final.
Sportsman Shiraz trained by David Rose took out the CC stakes two, and Jag One won the distance challenge two over 551m. Wooroolin Spirit won race nine, followed by Go Wild Haze. In race 10 Bit Breezy came home strong for trainer Stephen Casey, followed in second by Kerry Perrett’s Mojo Rocks.