Paul Bullock

Inductee Hall of Fame 2021 Paul Linton Bullock joins the Hall of Fame, having participated in, and influenced strongly, virtually every aspect of Tasmanian greyhound racing. Born at Launceston 13 May 1945, to parents Linton and Elsie (nee Munley), his father was a coal miner and an expert in animal…

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Noel Butters

Inductee Hall of Fame 2021 Maxwell Noel Butters, but Noel in the greyhound community, was universally popular and highly respected for his wide-ranging deeds in our Sport; and certainly, one of nature’s gentlemen. The son of Frank and Eileen Butters (nee Brown), Noel was born in Hobart on 23 March…

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Barry John Heawood

Inductee Hall of Fame 2020 Barry Heawood enters the Hall of Fame with more than five decades of the widest-ranging involvement in greyhound racing in Tasmania. From a mild interest in his teens, Barry trained for a short time, before gradually becoming a prolific Owner, Breeder, Syndicator, and Bookmaker; all…

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Reginald William ‘Titch’ Wilson

Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 Reg Wilson and Cola Minda Reg Wilson, known to many as “Titch”, was a colourful character and one of Tasmania’s greatest trainers from post World War Two until 1966. In Oak Queen and Western Idol, he mentored two of Tasmania’s iconic chasers, plus…

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David and Margaret Crosswell

Inductee Hall of Fame 2019 The prolific achieving husband and wife team of David and the late Margaret Crosswell, now tick the final level of attainment in greyhound racing, with their joint induction into the Hall of Fame. From a most humble beginning in the mid-1960’s, their wide ranging success…

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Gary and Greg Fahey

Hall of Fame Inductees 2018 As with the famous Rosevear twins beforehand, Gary and Greg Fahey’s entry into the Hall of Fame, cannot be considered in isolation, despite an eight year age differential. These extremely close brothers have embraced virtually every aspect of our sport together since the 1960’s, and…

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Edward Albert ‘Ted’ Medhurst

Inductee Hall of Fame 16/12/2017 1In terms of individual winners trained, strike rate and the volume of feature race victories, Ted Medhurst  enters the Hall of Fame with no peer in the history of Tasmanian greyhound racing. Christened  Edward Albert (the 3rd), Ted was born in Hobart on 2 April…

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Graeme Moate

Inductee Hall of Fame 2016 Graeme Moate has long been a household name in Tasmanian greyhound circles. From a greyhound family, Graeme was surrounded by greyhounds from the moment he could walk, and has had an uninterrupted involvement and love affair with our sport his entire life. Allen and…

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John Cameron

Inductee Hall of Fame 2016 John Cameron, affectionately known to most as Johnboy, has been one of the most unassuming, quiet, yet significant achievers in our great sport. Born on May 30 1938, and raised in Sydney, Harold John Cameron’s parents, Harold (Harley) and Ann were ex- country folk with…

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George Sydney Forsythe

Inductee Hall of Fame 2015 Born at Launceston on July 10 1906, and raised at Longford, George Forsythe was small of stature, but a larger than life figure in the formative years of track racing in this state. A most revered trainer from the 1930’s to 1970’s, including open coursing,…

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