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More than 1300 Greyhound Injuries at Texas Track;

Dear Friends,

TX injuriesThis morning, GREY2K USA released a report on greyhound injuries at Gulf Greyhound Park in Texas. More than 1,300 greyhound injuries have been reported at this track since 2008, and 49 greyhounds have died.

Gulf is the last remaining dog racing facility in the Lone Star state, and two other greyhound tracks recently closed for live racing.

The Houston Chronicle covered our report this morning in a front page story, and also documented the decline of greyhound racing in Texas. This is good news, but we must keep working until greyhound racing ends for good.

Today we are also releasing new video footage of three fatal injuries that occurred recently at Gulf. This includes the final race of a two-year-old brindle greyhound named Slint, who died in July 2010 after she was injured at Gulf and suffered paralysis in both of her hind legs.

Even though it is difficult to think of the dogs like Slint who have suffered and died, we have an obligation to tell their story. Please watch our video footage today, and then forward this e-mail to everyone you know.

With your help, I know we can end the cruelty of greyhound racing.


Christine A. Dorchak, Esq.
President, GREY2K USA

Carey M. Theil
Executive Director, GREY2K USA


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