About the Safechase™ Battery Operated Remote Controlled Greyhound Lure
How does a traditional lure system work?
Traditionally, greyhound racing lure systems comprise a carriage usually covered in fabric or fur that is mounted to a steel cable. The cable is pulled around the track by a large electric motor, with a series of spindles or pulleys around the rail maintaining the cable’s tension.
There are numerous moving parts, making the cable lure system both expensive to operate and maintain, with significant risk to safety of nearby animals and people should the cable system fail.
A snapped cable can also result in downtime and significant revenue losses for operators and betting agencies.