GREY2KUSA: Greyhound Racing in Denmark
Denmark

Denmark is a member of the Continental Greyhound Racing Confederation and has two greyhound racing tracks. The Kallerupbanen track was built in 1968 and is the oldest dog racing track in Denmark.1 Races take place from April to October each year.2 In 2013 there were 11 races and 72 greyhounds registered as participants.3 The other Danish track is the Midtjysk Greyhound Stadium, which is home to the Gudenådalens Greyhound Klub (Club).4 The greyhounds are not housed at the track, but instead are brought to the sites by their owners to race.

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  1. "Oplysninger om KVF [Information on VSF]," Kallerup Væddeløbs Forening [Kallerup Betting Race Association], 2013, http://www.kallerupbanen.dk/kvf.php (accessed October 7, 2014).
  2. Ibid.
  3. "Statistikker [Statistic]," Kallerup Væddeløbs Forening [Kallerup Betting Race Association], 2013, http://www.kallerupbanen.dk/ (accessed October 7, 2014).
  4. Gudenådalens Greyhound Klub, http://ggk.greyhound.dk/#home (accessed October 7, 2014).
  5. "Løbsreglement [Race Regulations]," Dansk Hundevæddeløb [Danish Greyhounds], 2013, http://www.kallerupbanen.dk (accessed October 7, 2014).
  6. "Greyhound breeder directory," Greyhound Data, greyhound-data.com (accessed October 7, 2014).
  7. Lov nr. 848 01.07.20 Lov om spil (The Gaming Act).

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