David Brasch     833 Stewarts River Road  Lorne. NSW. 2439   
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David Brasch has been in the racing industry all his life. His father Arthur was a
jockey and thoroughbred trainer. His brother John is chief greyhound racecaller with Radio 4TAB.

David has been involved in greyhound racing since the early 1980s as Editor of the Queensland Greyhound Journal, the monthly magazine that was the official publication of Greyhounds Queensland Ltd, which led to his own publication Greyhounds Qld Magazine. He still writes regularly for Chase Magazine and the Greyhound Recorder.

David's own racing exploits include breeding, rearing and training with success.
He was part-owner of the Group 1 National Futurity winner Tar Dinn, his bitch Our Anne was a multiple Group placegetter, as was his brilliant Shorino (2nd fastest ever over 600m at Albion Park), while his bitch Rasheda at 41.35 is the fastest female ever over 710m at Albion Park and 3rd fastest ever at the track.   
Breeding and pedigree research has been a passion for decades. In his role as a journalist in the greyhound industry he has written about most of the great champions for the past decades. He has gained an insight into how these champions were bred, reared and trained.

His own research has put him in contact with some of the greatest breeders, of both thoroughbreds and greyhounds, the world has seen. Their insight into pedigrees and what makes them great on the racetrack gives David a rare knowledge into what goes into making a champion.

He is constantly asked from around the world to prepare matings for broodbitches, evaluate pup pedigrees, and select compatible lines to help make a stud dog successful.