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What Does this mean next to a greyhound?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
(w) greyhound

Anyone know what the above means?
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I think it means it runs wide

edited just checked google

http://www.romfordgreyhoundstadium.co.uk/index.cfm/content/section.raceCard/
#2
Thanks i'm just filling in my grade 3 book and i've never heard of it before..
[mod]#3
whatsThePoint
I thought it meant you have to be a banker to bet on it :oops:


:-D
#4
yeh wide runner which race you looking at , lets see if we can pick the winner
#5
(w) = Wide Runner
(m) Middle runner
(rls) Railng runner
(ep) early pace
(rwd) Ran wide
(fw) finishes or finished well

Hope these help
#6
Wonky.

It means one of its legs is longer than the rest.
#7
(w) = woof
(ww)= woof woof :thumbsup:

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