Wentworth Park will now turn it's focus to the Group 1 Rapidvite Peter Mosman Classic follwing Saturday's final of the Evans and Son Jewellers Ladies Bracelet.

The time honoured event for greyhounds 30 months of age and younger is expected to draw a strong line up as they stake claims for the $75,000 winner's purse.

10 heats are scheduled for Saturday June 2, with nominations closing on Tuesday May 29 at 9am with GRNSW. Nominations can be submitted online at www.thedogs.com.au by fax (02) 8580 5301 or by phone 1300 664 565 Monday - Friday between 8-9am (AEST).

A 3 week series the series conditions are as follows: 
Best 80 greyhounds whelped on or after December 1, 2009. Maidens ineligible.

Where less than 80 nominations are received, the NSW GBOTA and GRNSW reserve the right to reduce the number of heats conducted.

Priority entry granted to nominated greyhounds that have won a Group 1 event or a Group 2 event of not less than 450m and not more than 595m in the 12 months prior to close of nominations. Remaining balance of heats determined under the grading guidelines of the GRNSW TAB Grading Policy.
Heat composition determined by blind draw. Greyhounds trained and or owned by the same interest will be guarded where possible in the heats.

Semi-finals on June 9: The field composition of the semi-finals will be determined, firstly, by placings in heats and, secondly, times recorded in registering such placings. The formula used fairly seeds greyhounds into the semi-finals based on a combined consideration of the placings and times recorded by all greyhounds in the heats. No guarding for greyhounds owned or trained in the same interest applies in the semi-finals. Semi-final composition is determined solely on the basis of heat performance to a pre-set formula

Series sponsors Rapidvite will being providing a participants seminar during the series with further details to come.

Participants seeking further information can contact the NSW GBOTA on 02 8587 1202.