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The industry was successful in cities and towns throughout the UK — by the end of , there were forty tracks operating. Middle-class reformers were outraged,  and the working-class delighted, with the emergence in the lates of Greyhound racing as an entertaining new sport and betting opportunity.
At first it seemed modern, glamorous, and American, but the middle class lost interest when working-class audiences took over.
Betting has always been a key ingredient of greyhound racing, both through on-course bookmakers and the totalisator , first introduced in Like horse racing , it is popular to bet on the greyhound races as a form of parimutuel betting.
Sponsorship, limited television coverage, and the later abolition of on-course betting tax have partially offset this decline.
Commercial greyhound racing is characterized by several criteria varying depending on country and can include legalized gambling, the existence of a regulatory structure, the physical presence of racetracks, whether the host state or subdivision shares in any gambling proceeds, fees charged by host locations, the use of professional racing kennels, the number of dogs participating in races, the existence of an official racing code, and membership in a greyhound racing federation or trade association.
In addition to the eight countries where commercial greyhound racing exists, in at least twenty-one countries dog racing occurs, but has not yet reached a commercial stage.
The medical care of a racing greyhound is primarily the responsibility of the trainer while in training. All tracks in the United Kingdom have to have a veterinary surgeon and veterinary room facilities on site during racing.
The racing industry in several countries actively works to prevent the spread of doping cases. Attempts are being made to recover urine samples from all greyhounds in a race, not just the winners.
Greyhounds from which samples cannot be obtained for a certain number of consecutive races are subject to being ruled off the track in some countries.
Violators are subject to criminal penalties and loss of their racing licenses by state gaming commissions and a permanent ban from the National Greyhound Association.
The trainer of the greyhound is at all times the "absolute insurer" of the condition of the animal. The trainer is responsible for any positive test regardless of how the banned substance has entered the greyhound's system.
Generally, a greyhound's career will end between the ages of four and six — after the dog can no longer race, or possibly when it is no longer competitive.
The best dogs are kept for breeding and there are industry-associated adoption groups and rescue groups that work to obtain retired racing greyhounds and place them as pets.
In the United Kingdom, the Greyhound Board of Great Britain GBGB have introduced measures to locate where racing greyhounds reside after they have retired from racing and as from records have been available to the public.
Several organizations, such as British Greyhounds Retired Database, Greyhound Rescue West of England, Birmingham Greyhound Protection, GAGAH, Adopt-a-Greyhound and Greyhound Pets of America, and the Retired Greyhound Trust try to ensure that as many of the dogs as possible are adopted.
In recent years the racing industry has made significant progress in establishing programs for the adoption of retired racers. Greyhounds Australasia was formed in as the Australian and New Zealand Greyhound Association and consists of governing bodies in Australian states and New Zealand, which regulate greyhound welfare and living conditions.
Most racing authorities in Australia have organized and funded Greyhound Adoption arms, which house dozens of greyhounds a month, as well as partly supporting private volunteer organisations.
Each Australian state and territory has a governing greyhound racing body. Greyhound racing is a popular industry in Ireland with the majority of tracks falling under the control of the Irish Greyhound Board IGB which is a commercial semi-state body and reports to the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.
In the greyhound industry Northern Irish tracks are considered to be in the category of Irish greyhound racing and the results are published by the IGB.
They do not come under the control of the Greyhound Board of Great Britain. An independent review of the Irish Greyhound Board criticized the body's corporate governance, its handling of animal welfare issues, and poor financial performance  which has been somewhat addressed with a new 'Strategic Plan '.
Racing in New Zealand is governed by the New Zealand Racing Board NZRB in accordance with the Racing Act In fixed odds betting, the payout is agreed at the time the bet is placed.
The challenge of betting on greyhound races is to collect and analyze information and then make a sound judgment on which greyhound to bet on, what type of bet to place and how much to bet.
There is obviously no guaranteed way of finding winners, but for a newcomer to greyhound racing, the task must seem quite intimidating. Six greyhounds may all seem the same to the novice but there are many factors to take into consideration before risking any hard earned money.
Over the years, there have been all sorts of so called fail-proof winning statistical systems but the only way one can realistically hope to show a profit in greyhound racing is to study each and every greyhound's race card in any given race.