American Greyhound Track Operators Association (AGTOA)
The American Greyhound Track Operators Association (AGTOA) formed in April 1946, is a non-profit corporation composed of the owners and operators of 46 greyhound tracks located throughout the United States. Membership is open to all lawfully licensed greyhound race tracks, whether they be individuals, partnerships or corporations.

Craigie Whistler
Craigie Whistler was born on April Fool's Day in 1998, but his victory in the $85,000 Derby Lane Sprint Classic proved that he's not a practical joke. Read more at his website ...

Global Greyhounds
The Fun and Friendly Place for Greyhound Discussions
In late November 2000, GlobalGreyhounds, LTD. unveiled the new, international, online Greyhound Racing portal. This web site is a greyhound racing marketplace, the heart of which is currently the discussion forum area. The latter is a centralized message board system for ongoing debate and dialogue on topics related to the industry and sport. The founders intend to provide an educational, recreational and commercial platform for greyhound owners, trainers, breeders, enthusiasts and gamblers worldwide.

Only four years of going live, the site already has over 5,500 registered members from all over the world, with over 50% of who access the site everyday. Well over 200,000 messages have been posted on the various forums and traffic is approaching 40,000 page views per day. This makes, by far and away, the largest Greyhound Racing web site on the Internet!

Greyhound Data
Greyhound Data provides information about greyhounds from all over the world and drawn from the last four centuries.

Greyhound Hall of Fame
Learn more about greyhounds at the Greyhound Hall of Fame in Abilene, the "Greyhound Capital of the World." See interesting displays of greyhounds from ancient times to the present.

Greyhound Pets of America
Greyhound Pets of America is a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation founded in 1987 for the purpose of finding homes for ex-racing greyhounds and educating the public on the suitability and availability of greyhounds as pets.
Greytalk has been on the internet since August of 2000. The community is over 1000 members strong and growing, and represents a rich and varied diversity with members from many countries throughout the globe.

Greyhound apparel by Sue Horner

Membership association founded to promote, protect and enhance the sport of greyhound racing in the United States. Serves as a task force which addresses and solve issues facing the sport: animal welfare,effective publicity, upgrading/updating the greyhound racing product,utilizing technology, greyhound racing in a gaming environment,government, broadcast development, development of national events,sponsorships, international business and creating new greyhound owners.  Comprised of all categories of people involved in the greyhound industry: Track Managers, Greyhound Owners/Breeders, Adoption Community People, Regulatory Personnel, Veterinarians, Industry Service Providers, Kennel Operators/Trainers, Track
Officials/Employees, Players, Fans and Enthusiasts.

National Greyhound Association
The National Greyhound Association (NGA), a voluntary non-profit association operated in accordance with the laws of Kansas, is officially recognized by the entire Greyhound racing industry—namely, all Greyhound racetracks and individual racing jurisdictions, as well as foreign Greyhound registries and governing bodies—as the sole registry for racing Greyhounds on the North American continent.

Online Racing TV

Pups Without Partners
Bridgeport, CT

Rosnet Racing International