A SUCCESSFUL Weeks of Speed race meeting has left the Gunnedah Greyhound Racing Club eager to host more meetings in the future.
A large crowd flocked to the Gunnedah track for Sunday's twilight meeting as a part of Gunnedah Shire Council's Weeks of Speed program. Club president Geoff Rose said it was "a brilliant meeting."
"The track is performing beautifully at the moment and everything is going really well," Rose said.
"It was brilliant to see a really big crowd come along and enjoy themselves.
"I think it goes to show our club is being really well supported by the community."
Rose said the club was pushing Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) to host more meetings at the track going forward.
"I have no issue with GRNSW, the job they have done at the track in the last year or so has been top notch," he said.
"However, we are in a position to host more meetings and I would love to see them take action to make it happen in the near future.
"At the moment it feels like we have a brand-new semi trailer, full of fuel but no driver.
"We are right to go, the track is in great shape and we would love to see more race meetings here."