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Renewed Calls for End to Greyhound Racing at Stadium

An international greyhound protection group has renewed its calls for greyhound racing to be brought
to an end at Peterborough Stadium, after receiving news of yet more deaths of dogs at the track.
Greyhound Action was contacted by a sympathiser working at the stadium, who informed them that two
greyhounds had been “put down” last Saturday (October 18th), after sustaining serious injuries while
racing there.
The two dogs who lost their lives were Glandore Queen, who collapsed after breaking a hock in the
first race, and Hanoi Son, who smashed one of his hocks following a collision with another dog in
race five.
Just three months ago there was an outcry amongst animal protection campaigners at the news that a
greyhound (He’s A Cheetah) had broken his neck during a race at Peterborough and another (Milo
Blackbird) had been “put down” after trying to play with other greyhounds during a trial at the
And, in April, a greyhound called Ashwell Assassin [...]

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