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Greyhound racing is a sport where greyhounds, a breed of dog known for their speed and agility, compete in races around an oval track

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Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound racing PLA01_01_043

Greyhound racing PLA01_01_043
Hall Green Greyhound Stadium, York Road, Hall Green, Birmingham. The illuminated scoreboard at Hall Green Greyhound Stadium, illuminated during a race night

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Neon Frontage at Walthamstow Dog Racing Stadium

Neon Frontage at Walthamstow Dog Racing Stadium
Famous for its greyhound racing track, Walthamstow Stadium opened in 1933. With a distinctive pink and green neon-lit frontage, the stadium has been one of the capitals most recognised landmarks

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Buchanans Whisky Advert

Buchanans Whisky Advert
Four greyhounds race to the finish line in an advertisement for Buchanans Black & White Scotch whisky

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Catford Stadium Advertisement

Catford Stadium Advertisement
Advert for Catford greyhound stadium in Catford, South East London, which opened its doors in July 1932 and has been hosting greyhound races ever since, showing an aerial view of the stadium

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Racing at White City

Greyhound Racing at White City
An advertisement for greyhound racing at White City stadium with a painting by Gilbert Holiday. The caption reads: " The trap snaps open...the 30

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Nine Greyhounds in a Landscape (oil on canvas)

Nine Greyhounds in a Landscape (oil on canvas)
XYC162469 Nine Greyhounds in a Landscape (oil on canvas) by Agasse, Jacques-Laurent (1767-1849); 63.7x75.9 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; Swiss, out of copyright

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Firhill Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Partick Thistle

Firhill Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Partick Thistle
Firhill Stadium is a football and former rugby union, rugby league and greyhound racing stadium located in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Coursing greyhounds

Coursing greyhounds. Artist: Eileen Hood. Watercolour of greyhound dogs racing through the countryside Date: circa 1922

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Four Greyhound Derby winners

Four Greyhound Derby winners
A parade of the last four Greyhound Derby winners at White City in 1932. From L to R 1931, Seldom Led; 1929-30, Mick the Miller; 1928, Boher Ash; 1927, Entry Badge

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhounds by Gilbert Holiday

Greyhounds by Gilbert Holiday
Painting by the well-known horse and animal artist, Gilbert Holiday of a greyhound bitch and her two puppies. During the 1930s

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Hares and Graces by Harry Woolley

Hares and Graces by Harry Woolley
A glamorous looking young woman in a yellow dress and hat walks her champion greyhounds around the track before a race at a greyhound racing stadium

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Mick the Miller

Mick the Miller
Legendary greyhound racing champion, Mick the Miller, owned by Mrs Arundel Kempton, pictured enjoying a well-earned rest after winning the St. Leger 700 yards race at Wembley. Date: 1931

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller

Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller
Front cover of the Tatler magazine featuring Mrs Arundel Kempton pictured with the legendary greyhound champion, Mick the Miller and two of his puppies

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Stamford Bridge Stadium - Chelsea FC

Stamford Bridge Stadium - Chelsea FC
Stamford Bridge is a football stadium in Fulham, adjacent to the borough of Chelsea in West London. It is the home of Premier League club Chelsea

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Walthamstow Stadium PLA01_03_1165

Walthamstow Stadium PLA01_03_1165
Walthamstow Stadium, Chingford Road, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest, Greater London. The illuminated neon sign on central parapet of Walthamstow Stadium, seen at night. The sign was erected in 1951

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Colour coded jackets for greyhound race dogs

Colour coded jackets for greyhound race dogs

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: White City Stadium EAW164317

White City Stadium EAW164317
White City Stadium, London. Originally built for the 1908 summer Olympics, it became the home of greyhound racing and hosted a number of other sports

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Ballyregan Bob, greyhound

Ballyregan Bob, greyhound
Photograph of Ballyregan Bob, the famous racing greyhound. Specimen on display at the Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Bystander Greyhound Racing Number

Bystander Greyhound Racing Number
Front cover of The Bystanders special greyhound racing number, featuring greyhounds being released from the traps in front of a stadium crowd

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Race; Priceless Border Takes His Last Gallop

Greyhound Race; Priceless Border Takes His Last Gallop
24th July 1948: Priceless Border, winner of the Greyhound Derby and the fastest dog in his league runs his last race before becoming a stud at Wembley Stadium Kennels

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Domestic Dog, Greyhound, adults, racing at track, England, july

Domestic Dog, Greyhound, adults, racing at track, England, july

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Racing

Greyhound Racing
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather embarrassed man in the crowd of spectators at a greyhound race, bemused to find his hat blown off

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Mick the Miller Becomes a Film Star

Mick the Miller Becomes a Film Star
Mrs Arundel Kempton, owner of the ex-champion greyhound Mick the Miller is pictured with Mr Albert de Courville who is directing the doggy star in the Gaumont-British studio film

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Mrs Arundel Kempton with Mick the Miller and Puppies

Mrs Arundel Kempton with Mick the Miller and Puppies
Mrs Arundel Kempton pictured with the legendary greyhound champion, Mick the Miller and two of his puppies. Greyhound racing enjoyed a new found popularity during the late 1920s

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound race meeting at the White City. A portion of the crowd watching the parade

Greyhound race meeting at the White City. A portion of the crowd watching the parade for the Hornsey Stakes. 1 August 1927

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Derby at White City

Greyhound Derby at White City
A relatively small portion of the crowd at White City during the Greyhound Derby of 1937. A record crowd of 83, 000 went to the White City to see Wattle Bark win in the record time of 29.26 seconds

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhounds arriving at Wembley by car

Greyhounds arriving at Wembley by car
Greyhound arriving at Wembley after being transported in a Commer Centaur, with a well sprung chassis for added comfort

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: On Pleasure Bent, On Pleasure Broke by Lance Mattinson

On Pleasure Bent, On Pleasure Broke by Lance Mattinson
Cartoon showing an optimistic chap arriving at a greyhound racing stadium, hopeful about winning some money and then leaving looking crestfallen. Obviously, it wasn t his lucky night

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Londons First Greyhound Racing at White City by C. E. Turner

Londons First Greyhound Racing at White City by C. E. Turner
Illustration by C.E. Turner depicting the new sport of greyhound racing first staged at Belle Vue in Manchester in 1926 and then shortly afterwards in White City

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: The Kennel Maid

The Kennel Maid
A kennel maid takes two elegant looking greyhounds out for their daily walk

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: West Ham Stadium EAW209606

West Ham Stadium EAW209606
West Ham Stadium, Prince Regent Lane, Custom House, Greater London, 1971. Built in 1928 West Ham Stadium was a greyhound racing and speedway track

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: The Waterloo Cup at Altcar Mr Wilkinson the slipper with Fighting Force and Honeyman

The Waterloo Cup at Altcar Mr Wilkinson the slipper with Fighting Force and Honeyman ready for the final 21 April 1920

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Preparing for the opening of the New Greyhound Racing Track at Harringay

Preparing for the opening of the New Greyhound Racing Track at Harringay. Fine action picture during trials. 23rd August 1927

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Waterloo Cup game

Waterloo Cup game
Waterloo Cup greyhound racing board game, 1909 Date: 1909

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: The Grand National at White City

The Grand National at White City
Artists impression of the vast enclosure at White City greyhound racing stadium on the night of the last Grand National, the finish of which is illustrated. The winning dog is Mrs L. J

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Racing

Greyhound Racing
Notable personalities in the greyhound racing world, from left: Mr. F. S. Gentle (Assistant MD of the Greyhound Racing Association), Brig.-Gen. A.C

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Training

Greyhound Training
Dogs at the Greyhound Training School, Queensdown Estate, Westgate-on-sea, are trained to get out of the traps as quickly as possible

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Racing - Greyhounds leap out of the trap at a Cardiff Arms Park Greyhound

Greyhound Racing - Greyhounds leap out of the trap at a Cardiff Arms Park Greyhound Racing Meeting. 23rd May 1966

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Simonian and Fullerton, c1891, (1911). Creator: Unknown

Simonian and Fullerton, c1891, (1911). Creator: Unknown
Simonian and Fullerton, c1891, (1911). Portrait of coursing greyhounds Simonian and Fullerton who were mentioned in " The Kennel Gazette" of April 1891

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Some Stalwarts of the Greyhound Racing World by Autori

Some Stalwarts of the Greyhound Racing World by Autori
Caricatures of well-known personalities in the greyhound racing world in 1933. Among those shown is A. C. Critchley and Lady Chesham. Date: 1933

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Advert for White City Greyhound Racing 1937

Advert for White City Greyhound Racing 1937
Advert for White City greyhound racing stadium depicting four greyhounds at the finishing post Date: 1937

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Racing Greyhound pups in a barrow

Racing Greyhound pups in a barrow
A wheelbarrow filled with racing greyhound pups at the G.R.A. Staffordshire breeding ground, prior to transfer to the kennels at Northaw, Middlesex

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound Stadiums in London

Greyhound Stadiums in London
Page from the Bystanders Greyhound Racing Number showing views of various greyhound tracks and stadiums mushrooming around the country during the 1920s and 30s

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: My Dog Took the Biscuit by G. E. Studdy

My Dog Took the Biscuit by G. E. Studdy
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather dim looking lady in a crowd of spectators offering a distracting biscuit to a greyhound who should instead be pursuing the hare

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound racing board game

Greyhound racing board game
Board game based on the sport of greyhound racing, reflecting its popularity during the 1920s and 30s. Date: c.1930

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Advert for White City Greyhound Racing 1932

Advert for White City Greyhound Racing 1932
They ll all be at the Greyhound Derby ! Advert for White City greyhound racing stadium, showing the buffet and dinning galleries, view of the tracks from the club enclosure

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Greyhound (Canis familiaris) crouching and turning sideways, side view

Greyhound (Canis familiaris) crouching and turning sideways, side view

Background imageGreyhound Racing Collection: Mick the Miller, greyhound

Mick the Miller, greyhound
Photograph of Mick the Miller, the famous racing greyhound. Specimen on display at the Natural History Museum at Tring



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Greyhound Racing Collection

Greyhound racing is a sport where greyhounds, a breed of dog known for their speed and agility, compete in races around an oval track. The dogs chase after a mechanical lure that moves around the track at high speeds. Races typically last between 30-40 seconds and are divided into different categories based on the age and skill level of the dogs. Greyhound racing has been popular since the early 20th century but has faced controversy due to concerns over animal welfare and mistreatment of dogs. Despite this, it remains legal in some countries such as Ireland, Australia, and parts of the United States.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Greyhound Racing collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the excitement, energy, and beauty of this thrilling sport. Featuring high-quality images of greyhounds in action, these pieces are perfect for fans of the sport or anyone who appreciates fine art. From close-up shots of racing dogs to panoramic views of the track, our collection offers something for everyone. Whether you prefer black-and-white photography or vibrant color prints, there is sure to be a piece that catches your eye. Each print is carefully crafted using only the finest materials and techniques to ensure maximum durability and longevity. With options ranging from small desk-sized prints to large statement pieces suitable for any room in your home or office, there is no shortage of ways to enjoy these beautiful works of art. If you're looking for a way to celebrate your love for greyhound racing while adding some style and sophistication to your space, look no further than our Greyhound Racing collection.
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What are Greyhound Racing (Sport) art prints?

Greyhound Racing art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork that depict the sport of greyhound racing. These prints capture the excitement and energy of this thrilling sport, showcasing the sleek and graceful dogs as they race around the track. These art prints are perfect for fans of greyhound racing who want to bring a piece of their favorite sport into their home or office. They make great gifts for anyone who loves animals or sports, and can be displayed in a variety of settings. Whether you're looking for a colorful print that captures the speed and agility of these amazing dogs, or a more traditional black-and-white image that showcases their beauty and grace, there is sure to be an art print that will suit your tastes. Greyhound Racing art prints are a wonderful way to celebrate this exciting sport and show your love for these incredible animals.
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What Greyhound Racing (Sport) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Greyhound Racing art prints that capture the excitement and energy of this thrilling sport. From action-packed shots of greyhounds racing around the track to stunning portraits of these majestic animals, there is something for every fan of Greyhound Racing. Some popular options include vintage posters advertising races from years gone by, as well as modern photographs showcasing the speed and agility of these incredible dogs. Many prints are available in a variety of sizes and formats, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to hang in your home or office or searching for the perfect gift for a fellow Greyhound Racing enthusiast, we have an extensive collection that is sure to impress. With high-quality printing techniques and premium materials used throughout production, you can be confident that your print will look stunning for years to come.
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To buy Greyhound Racing art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the transaction. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their art prints, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a range of other sports-related artwork if you are interested in exploring further. Buying Greyhound Racing art prints from Media Storehouse is a straightforward process that allows you to easily bring beautiful and unique artwork into your home or office space.
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How much do Greyhound Racing (Sport) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Greyhound Racing art prints that are available for purchase. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have a variety of sizes ranging from small to large, as well as different types such as canvas or framed prints. Our Greyhound Racing art prints are created using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that they look stunning in any setting. These prints make great gifts for fans of the sport or anyone who appreciates beautiful artwork. We take pride in offering affordable prices for our Greyhound Racing art prints without compromising on quality. Our goal is to provide customers with access to unique and inspiring artwork at reasonable prices so that everyone can enjoy it. The cost of our Greyhound Racing art prints will depend on your specific preferences and needs. However, we strive to offer competitive pricing options so that you can find something within your budget while still getting a top-quality product.
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We take great care in delivering your Greyhound Racing art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials that ensure your artwork arrives safely and undamaged. Our standard delivery method is through a trusted courier service, which allows us to track the progress of your order and provide you with updates on its status. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email notification containing all the necessary tracking information so that you can monitor its progress. Depending on where you are located, delivery times may vary; however, we strive to get your artwork delivered as quickly as possible. We understand how important it is for our customers to receive their orders promptly and in perfect condition. That's why we go above and beyond to make sure every aspect of the delivery process runs smoothly. So rest assured that when ordering from Media Storehouse, your Greyhound Racing art prints will be delivered with care and attention to detail.