Clearly, Irishman Michael Arthur Morgan, who had turned sixteen the day left for Australia in 1921, shaped the face of Greyhound Racing in Tasmania more than any other contributor. He was the founding father of track racing as we know it today.
A firm and very direct individual, Jack Nelson's love of greyhounds and great courage of character was responsible for track racing as we know it getting off the ground in Tasmania.
The Illingworth name is synonymous with greyhound racing in Tasmania and father and son Ollie and Des Illingworth are members of the Tasmanian Greyhound Hall Of Fame.
Nobody has given greater service to any Club than Don Bomford has to the Hobart Greyhound Racing Club. Don Bomford is a popular participant in our sport and we are proud to include our living legend Don Bomford, into the Tasmanian Greyhound Hall of Fame.
Ray Foley was one of Tasmania's finest Greyhound administrators and long term editor of the "Bible of Tasmanian Greyhound Racing"...The Greyhound Guide.
Veterinarian Stephen Jeffries King has had an amazing association with Greyhound Racing in Tasmania generally, but in Launceston particularly, spanning almost fifty years
Gary Sutton’s contribution to Tasmanian greyhound racing has been long and varied, indeed there a few areas of our sport in which he has not played a significant role