News About: Peter V’landys
Racing New South Wales have announced the introduction of a new race known as The Everest that will be held at Royal Randwick during the 2017 Spring Racing Carnival.
The Everest will be worth $10 million in prizemoney and the majority of …
There’s no doubt that the concept of night racing as a whole is a good one and it presents a very real new revenue stream for clubs.
Victoria has seen the opportunity for years and the expansion of their night racing program across Moonee Valley and Cranbourne this year shows just how much investment they’re …
Ask just about any owner or trainer at country or provincial level and they’ll tell you that without their local bonus scheme many in the industry would be forced out.
It’s called a different name in each state and has slight differences in application but effectively the focus is the same, to reward those that …
The Boss of Racing NSW, Peter V’Landys, has assured punters that the racing surface at Newcastle can get back to a fair and safe standard.
He’s also said it’s workable that this be done before the annual Boxing Day Meeting that is one of the most profitable all year.
The track was closed back on …
A horse that was quarantined after a Hendra Virus scare at a Randwick Racecourse stable has tested negative to the deadly disease.
The horse was isolated after it began to exhibit systems of colic and a mild fever after its usual track work.
The alarm was raised after the animal continued to deteriorate, showing signs …
An application will be made by TAFE to receive $15 million in federal government funding in order to build a training academy for apprentice jockeys, stablehands and trackwork riders at Warwick Farm Racecourse.
Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys has pledged his support for the application.
“This is something we need because our industry is …
With the elevated threat of Hendra Virus that currently exists throughout Queensland and New South Wales, Sydney’s Randwick Racecourse has been put on high alert.
The alert was issued due to a large bat population that resides in Centennial Park, which is located nearby.
Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys said that the track is …
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