By Renee Mok
In last Saturday’s edition of RSN’s Talking Greyhounds, presenter Simone Fisher caught up with Virginia Rae, who races a greyhound in memory of her daughter, Pippa, who worked with greyhounds and, sadly, died of brain cancer at a young age.
In an effort to raise awareness, the greyhound, named Chips And Trains, runs in memory of Pippa.
There were no real expectations for Chips And Trains but Virginia has been amazed by the greyhound, who has amassed a terrific record of 12 wins and eight places from 29 starts. He has won almost $120,000 in prizemoney and was nominated for Read full article