News About: NSW Racing
Racecourses in New South Wales will receive a $17 million funding package from the state government to refurbish and upgrade the current facilities.
Racing Minister George Souris confirmed that a number of large payments had already been made to Racing NSW to fund ongoing projects.
“A $174 million funding package was announced last year to …
The New South Wales and Queensland governments have linked together in order to prevent the further spread of the Hendra Virus.
Hendra has already led to the deaths of 11 horses.
While there have been no positive tests as yet, it is believes that as many as 32 people have been exposed to the virus …
There’s no doubt the recent success of standalone country carnivals in New South Wales has got many people talking and the possibility of expansion is gaining pace.
Trainers, jockey’s, officials and most importantly punters all benefitted from the meetings and the town’s themselves earned a huge windfall.
Support for more of the same has also …
The Newcastle Jockey Club has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer in the hope of boosting the track’s current position in the racing industry.
Cameron Williams will take on the new role from next Monday after leaving his position at the Australian Turf Club, where he was second in charge to current CEO Darren Pearce.…
The Wyong Race Club (WRC) is currently asking for expressions of interest from other clubs who are interested in amalgamation.
A registered clubs licence has been granted to the WRC by the office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing in a first step towards the desired merged.
The club voted unanimously on a merger earlier in …
The Australian Turf Club (ATC) has launched a digital push to entice young New South Wales racegoers to attend the races on a regular basis.
This is the Australian Turf Club’s first serious investment into using the social media medium to target young racegoers specifically.
The advertisement for the races is designed in the form …
Current New South Wales Premier Kristina Keneally has vowed to boost funds to NSW racing events should she be re-elected at March 26’s election.
The current Premier has attempted to woo her voters by promising to inject $5 million in extra funds into the racing industry, as well as announcing another $174 million government investment …
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