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Carole Brown
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26 Jan 2020 14:08


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Well said, Michael !



Graham Moscow
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26 Jan 2020 19:31


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Michael Geraghty wrote:

Yes, I can think of one, Gra...a bloody HUGE one.
The very complex technology and obviously too hard technology of the PTB to allow a carnivorous animal to be rewarded with a bloody SCHMAKO!!!!
Which would alleviate the mountainous increases in marring, FTP and failure to break in!!!!!!

They spend tens of millions on everything but ignore the core problem with the racing animal...INTEGRITY!


Summary
Bloody Huge Problem ( getting bigger by the day)
Authorities Commonsense to reduce FTB & FTP None what so ever
Caution: A trainer kennel gets a few too many FTP itís noted, ready for action.
A Ludicrous situation (but nobody laughing)
A Scented Lure not enough arousal
A Natural skin a solution to reduce FTP




Philip Milner
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26 Jan 2020 21:56


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Really interesting original post. Iíd say itís an exciting time with how much tech in human sports is taking over and helping. The introduction of more analysis ie exercise trackers looking at dogs velocity, acceleration and other factors ie heart rate or recovery meaning we could tailor training and recovery to individual dogs.

Track design can be improved using data like above.

Compression suits and electrotherapu modalities whilst we have them I donít think weíre using them to best of our advantage in injury rehab or race recovery. Someone like Tim Watson (electrotherapy.org) would be brilliant to write a best care possible book or course for each type of injury.

Breeding values used to select breeding stock

Social media meaning we have a united greyhound world so we are all learning off each other and able to interact watching racing from around the world. Watching aus racing on Twitter has really sparked my interested and in our house we now follow aus racing much more.

Now can someone get me a fernando bale straw over to Uk please ;-)


Philip Milner
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26 Jan 2020 21:57


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Weíve been using an app called coaches eye when schooling pups so we can link videos and compare speeds in trials at different stages. Also use it for timing and super slow mo



Graham Moscow
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27 Jan 2020 03:15


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Ok
philip milner wrote:

Really interesting original post. Iíd say itís an exciting time with how much tech in human sports is taking over and helping. The introduction of more analysis ie exercise trackers looking at dogs velocity, acceleration and other factors ie heart rate or recovery meaning we could tailor training and recovery to individual dogs.

Track design can be improved using data like above.

Compression suits and electrotherapu modalities whilst we have them I donít think weíre using them to best of our advantage in injury rehab or race recovery. Someone like Tim Watson (electrotherapy.org) would be brilliant to write a best care possible book or course for each type of injury.

Breeding values used to select breeding stock

Social media meaning we have a united greyhound world so we are all learning off each other and able to interact watching racing from around the world. Watching aus racing on Twitter has really sparked my interested and in our house we now follow aus racing much more.

Now can someone get me a fernando bale straw over to Uk please ;-)

Welcome Philip
Yes itís an exciting time, so much good content in your post, any links to post us would be greatly appreciated.
Fernando, the good news for you is send your arm for deposit then your leg before despatch. Could someone point Philip in the right direction for a Fernando straw fo UK please.
So pleased your watching racing down under.

Carole Welcome
please post any of your thoughts / opinions please. Graham a gentleman just ask MG

Phillip hurry back with some more info. Compression suits now wide spread in Australia with a large conversion by trainers that never used before, compression suit is now a vital tool in many trainers armoury. Pre race & Post race benefits are evident once you have used.




Robert Conway
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27 Jan 2020 07:33


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about 3 years ago looked into getting a chemical made [available in euro. ]]that gave of a scent of blood to aniumals. to spray onto a lure .
rule came in no no.



Graham Moscow
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27 Jan 2020 07:51


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robert conway wrote:

about 3 years ago looked into getting a chemical made [available in euro. ]]that gave of a scent of blood to aniumals. to spray onto a lure .
rule came in no no.

Welcome Robert
Nice to hear Graham thinking on scent (although 3 years behind) as been considered. Robert your chemical scent I would imagine a better arousal than aniseed for dog.
Did you get to carry out tests ? & submit. Was there any serious consideration given to your positive idea?

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Graham Moscow
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27 Jan 2020 09:43


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philip milner wrote:

Weíve been using an app called coaches eye when schooling pups so we can link videos and compare speeds in trials at different stages. Also use it for timing and super slow mo

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Philip Milner
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27 Jan 2020 21:33


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Tim Watsonís page. The info on here is fantastic and download section for optimum dosage with electrotherapy is fantastic EXTERNAL LINK
Iíll try and get links to other info. At the minute lots of evidence based physios and sports trainers are against lots of things that are in fashion. Ie the evidence behind Ice baths post sport is very very sketchy for humans yet most pros are using for quick recovery. Iíd be interested to get someone like Joseph wakshlag or David Marlin to give their opinions on greyhound nutrition



Philip Milner
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27 Jan 2020 22:04


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Freddy Brown et al 2017. Good paper on compression garments and their benefits



Graham Moscow
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28 Jan 2020 23:17


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Anglers use aniseed oil to attract fish. Hmm
Note the price $
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Electrotherapy I used in the late eighties before I hung up my boots
Gave me at least two more seasons of play.
Electrotherapy come along way, more surgical practises being replaced
by Electrotherapy practices
Is Anyone currently or past using electrotherapy treatment of dogs injuries ? Would love some feedback

Fernando Bale Straws UK ?
can someone advise / reply to Philip request where can he purchase. Thank you




Peter Bryce
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29 Jan 2020 03:45


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Graham to me one of the most important is Sports Science
Sports Diets
All tangled up and lost in a Bag of Kibble



Graham Moscow
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29 Jan 2020 04:39


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Peter Bryce wrote:

Graham to me one of the most important is Sports Science
Sports Diets
All tangled up and lost in a Bag of Kibble

Welcome Peter and thank you for posting
We welcome you express your thoughts, opinions, ideas regarding Sports Science




Jamie Quinlivian
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29 Jan 2020 06:21


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Often wondered if anyone is using the FLIR thermal imaging, found on CAT phones, to detect heat stress or a 'hot hock' etc?
Or if it would even work?
Or if there is an App that could do this?



Graham Moscow
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29 Jan 2020 07:08


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Jamie Quinlivian wrote:

Often wondered if anyone is using the FLIR thermal imaging, found on CAT phones, to detect heat stress or a 'hot hock' etc?
Or if it would even work?
Or if there is an App that could do this?

Welcome Jamie

Something like this

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Peter Bryce
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30 Jan 2020 10:28


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Graham
I created a post on Greyhound Diets on Greyhound data Forum
Many responses by private message who didnt want to get caught in the crossfire. Most are now on the Diet with great results
A few doubters who support the Kibble Meat Diet fired shots from the trenches.
Search Greyhound Diet in the Forum to read the posts



Graham Moscow
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30 Jan 2020 16:32


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Peter Bryce wrote:

Graham
I created a post on Greyhound Diets on Greyhound data Forum
Many responses by private message who didnt want to get caught in the crossfire. Most are now on the Diet with great results
A few doubters who support the Kibble Meat Diet fired shots from the trenches.
Search Greyhound Diet in the Forum to read the posts


Thank you Peter

CLICK HERE



Graham Moscow
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Any feedback from trainers that have used ?

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