HRSA 2019/20 Awards Night

22 January 2021
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Horse of the Year Awards


Harness Racing SA advises that the annual SA Harness Racing Awards SA will be held on Friday 26th February 2021 at the Mawson Lakes Hotel, Mawson Lakes.

The awards evening is a highlight on the SA harness racing calendar, showcasing the very best that SA has to offer.

Like previous years the evening will commence with drinks, then dinner leading through to the presentation and acknowledgement of those trophy winners.

HRSA is delighted that SA BOTRA and the SA Square Trotters Association will also be acknowledging their trophy recipients at the awards dinner.

The selection panel are currently assessing the various contenders for the respective trophy categories and these will be announced shortly.

However, in the meantime please lock the 26th in your diaries as we look forward to another great evening of comradery and good cheer.

For further information please contact:

HRSA at (08) 8285 2899

 

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