Richie Dean had a stellar career as a greyhound trainer preparing the likes of National Lass; Little Denver and Henry Hand amongst a feast of big race winners - this story is from Greyhound Racing Extra - Volume 2 - 1994
If you love reliving some of the great greyhounds and great races of yesteryear, you'll love our collection of 'Fabulous Flashbacks' as we delve into the archives.
We also have some great Trainer profiles featuring the people who prepared some of these champions.
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Jim and Christine Coleman were respected by their peers and revered by the bookies. They prepared multiple Derby winners as well as winning the Australian and Melbourne Cups. This profile is from Volume 2 of Greyhound Racing Extra.
Brother Fox was a superstar on the racetrack and later became a legend at Stud.
We turn the clock back to 1984 and the final of the Vic. Peters Classic at Harold Park - from Box 4, Brother Fox sets a new world record of 25.82 for the 457m.
This was billed as a match race between West Cape and Worth Doing but when the judge called a halt, it was a one act affair. Worth Doing romped home
in a track record time of 29.50 which would never be eclipsed.
Here's four of the biggest races from the USA in 1993 and 1994 including the Flagler Classic and the Hollywood World Classic worth an amazing $US125,000 to the winner.
We've picked out some classics from our second edition of Greyhound Racing Extra - they include the 1994 Albion Park Gold Cup; the Vince Curry Memorial; the National Futurity and the 1991 Golden Easter Egg won by Highly Blessed.