Harold’s Cross track will be sold to pay off Greyhound Board’s debt
The sale will see Shelbourne Park left as the only greyhound track in the capital
Harold’s Cross greyhound stadium in Dublin has to be sold to reduce the Irish Greyhound Board’s €22 million debt, according to Minister of State Tom Hayes.
The move would see Shelbourne Park left as the capital’s only greyhound track.
Hayes said that there was no alternative because the debts of the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) needed to be halved to make them sustainable.
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