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What does GROG stand for?

GROG stands for Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group (UK)

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Racegoers were treated to the full Dettori repetoire in the winner's enclosure after the first of six two-year-old races with a flying dismount from Goodwood Mirage, a clenched fist and a kiss for the owners, The Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group, after the 7f maiden.
He wasn't about to disappoint and after a clenched fist salute, Dettori gave his trademark flying dismount before blowing a kiss to a large band from the successful Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group.
This two-year-old is owned by the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group and having scored on his racecourse debut at Salisbury recently they are now naturally looking to follow-up at their local track.
John Dunlop's filly races for the near 200 enthusiasts involved in the 17th Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group, and their organiser, Gail Brown, will next week launch the 18th syndicate.
It is acknowledged within racing that Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group is one of the most sociable syndicates around.
With competition from Newmarket and an evening meeting at Newbury, Ascot was always going to look empty, especially after the royal meeting, but some 30 members of the 14th Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group packed the winner's enclosure after their Goodwood Starlight followed up his runaway 'home' win with another impressive win under Eddie Ahern in the 1m2f handicap.
The Cheveley Park Stud, who won the race in 1996, were also represented by the fancied Hypnotize, but she faded to finish fifth, three lengths adrift of the principals, who included Goodwood Blizzard, whose running-on third delighted the 200-strong Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group.