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TOnline bookmakers should cease what is seen as petty squabbling and pay to the British Greyhound Racing Fund. The reasons are simple: It's a small part of their business and therefore affordable.
An industry spokesman insisted 90% of bookies make contributions to the British Greyhound Racing Fund of PS7million annually.
The British Greyhound Racing Board's budget recommendations for 2008 have been unanimously supported by the board of the British Greyhound Racing Fund.
We wish them well at a time when greyhound racing is still reeling from the million-poundplus drop in support for prize money from the British Greyhound Racing Fund.
The cost of these kennels is not cheap and volunteers like Mrs Dawson raise money throughout the year and further funding is received from The British Greyhound Racing Fund.
Paul McManus, of the British Greyhound Racing Fund, said: "I personally have been looking to develop exactly the same site because the sport is so buoyant at the moment.
"The British Greyhound Racing Fund this year raised pounds 4million but the independents get nothing and are treated like dirt," he says.
THE British Greyhound Racing Fund yesterday announced an increased budget of PS7.6 million for 2018 (up from PS7.2m) with the majority of additional funding going into prize-money.
THE British Greyhound Racing Fund will prepare a series of different budget options for 2018 to reflect the possible income scenarios following the decision by Ladbrokes Coral to commit to paying on internet, or offshore, turnover from January.
The current British Greyhound Racing Fund was set up in 1992, reaching a record take in 2008 of PS13.8m, which in real terms would be PS16.5m today.
THE British Greyhound Racing Fund board meeting this week discussed the implications of last week's Defra report and the impact on the sport of what will be generally tightened requirements around kennel standards, writes Jim Cremin.
THE annual report of the British Greyhound Racing Fund was released last week, revealing that income from the voluntary levy paid by bookmakers - 0.6 per cent of greyhound turnover - has remained basically static at PS7.2m, PS100,000 down on the figure of 12 months ago.
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