Looking at the greyhound racing industry one thing stands out above all other aspects of the sport, the fact that in five to ten years it will have changed for the worse unless revisions are implemented at a fundamental level.
Dog racing was once highly popular with 80 licensed greyhound tracks in the UK governed by the self-regulating Greyhound Board of Great Britain (GBGB) but this has fallen to about 26 although there are some unregulated racetracks too.
By focusing on Peterborough track this photo essay highlights the impending demise and attempts, by a few, to change old attitudes and attract money back into the industry.
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