The stadium will be staging a greyhound sale on Wednesday.
It is expected that there will be around 60 Irish bred dogs having trials prior to being sold.
These sales have often produced quality dogs including Greyhound Derby finalists, as well as Oaks and St Leger winners so you never quite know what to expect.
The dogs are predominantly youngsters and many that are bought on the day are placed with Crayford trainers to race here.
Trials are at 11am with the sale starting at around 1pm.
On the racing front, Liskees Joy has a habit winning a couple of races in quick succession so having won in top grade A1 last Friday night I would watch out for her on the race card.
It will be a tough ask of her to win an A1 again. however, if she cracks off in front as she is capable of doing, she may well repeat.
She was 7/1 last Friday night so don’t be put off by the price either.
Head Iton Paul made it two wins from six starts here at the weekend and the dog has certainly had an interesting career, prior to joining Crayford trainer Barry O’Sullivan’s kennels, which goes back to early 2009.
At that time the dog had a few races in the top two grades at Monmore but has subsequently been an Open race dog so he has had race experience at several different tracks.
Given his background it is therefore no surprise that he has now won here in A3 and A2 grades, so in theory a top grade A1 win could well be on the cards for this experienced dog.