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The Suffolk market town of Haverhill lies fourteen miles south east of Cambridge and becomes the next chapter to host greyhound racing. It is not clear on were its exact location was but adverts tell it took place during 1963 and 1972 on 240 yards straight course, were the hounds were spot graded and chased a drag lure. No other information is yet available.

Two GO adverts this one May 16th 1963.
This one dated September 12th 1963.
This GO caption October 24th 1963.
This advert was printed in The Greyhound Owner of August 1972.