Riding fees for NSW jockeys received a boost when Racing NSW matched their fee with Victorian jockeys – $200 per ride.
The Australian Turf Club has extended the hours that horses can train at their three training centres.
Very interesting reforms to apprentice jockey training and working conditions were announced this week by Racing Victoria.
The federal government has approved funding for an industry-led research and development levy.
Is it any wonder Snitzel is the most popular sire in the country?
Racing & Wagering WA (RWWA) announced that dual licences will be allowed from the start of next season (August 1st)
It’s tough to keep up with the constant racing and breedings news cycle. So we regularly share news snippets to keep you informed.
From 1 July, Racing NSW (RNSW) will raise its race fields fee from 1.5% to 2.0% of wages on NSW standard races.
From 1 August, a BOBS eligible racehorse winning a metropolitan Saturday race will earn the owner of the winner’s dam an increased bonus.
This week, Godolphin Flying Start announced their 2017-2019 intake.
An additional $15.5m has been injected in next season’s prize money disbursements, taking the total prize money and bonuses above the $200m level for the first time.
Great news today for thoroughbred racing in South Australia, following positive announcements for NSW and VIC late in 2016. The SA government has announced an injection of $6m into prize money for Thoroughbred Racing SA’s (TRSA) feature racing carnival in May. “The $6 million funding commitment over two years will see the Darley Goodwood and […]