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Rebel Attack is trained by Vic Johnson at Hope Island Champion greyhound Top Simbi is pictured with his part owner and trainer Bert Kennedy Telegraph front page headline on March 24 was a cause for concern
The racebook cover on opening night at the Gabba. World champion squash player Heather McKay (on the far right) The date is March 22, 1973 and Commonwealth lightweight boxing champion Hector Thompson (far left) is photographed with winning greyhound Lord Morton.
Brisbane Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress Recipients of the Gabba's top awards for 1981-1982 The Gabba had just one triple dead heat in its long history - in the same year it opened.
This is only photo (courtesy of Col Sander at Booval in Ipswich) of Queensland greyhound racing's first triple dead heat. On Thursday nights the Gabba was packed to the rafters. A daytime view of the Gabba track.
A young Sam Zammit Neville Parker Bomber's Gal is pictured with Miss Australia Gay Walker
Former chief steward Bill Brittan with classy greyhound Pied Rebel Location:  
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Rebel Attack is trained by Vic Johnson at Hope Island

A real crowd favourite at the Gabba was the talented brindle dog Rebel Attack. Trained by Vic Johnson at Hope Island, Rebel Attack won the Queensland Derby of 1977 as well as the prestigious Greyhound of the Year title. Rebel Attack was by Pied Rebel out of Swanky Doll.

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