The ownership of a greyhound must be registered with the Agency before the greyhound can race. There are a variety of ways you can register your ownership. This includes:
- Sole Ownership: owning a greyhound on your own and having complete control over all decisions for the greyhound.
- Partnership: recommended for groups with 2-10 members. A partnership arrangement means that any associated costs with the ownership of the greyhound are split amongst members, it also means decisions relating to the greyhound must be approved by all members.
- Syndicate: recommended for groups with 2-20 members. This arrangement allows you to combine resources with others and buy a greyhound under a syndicate name. Expenses are shared with other members. This type of ownership is common between friends, family and colleagues.
Please be aware that you must comply with the specified rules and your registration may be subject to conditions.
Please use the contact details below to find out more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To become a member of a partnership or syndicate, you must first be licensed as an owner or owner / trainer. Your application for partnership or syndicate registration cannot be processed unless you hold one of these licences.
Eligibility will vary depending on the type of ownership you are seeking. Please refer the relevant rules for details or consult with the Contact Officer for more information.
Syndicate or partnership.
Racing Act 1999 (Australian Capital Territory)
Greyhound Racing Rules (Australian Capital Territory)
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