Brown joins Bon for expansive industry discussion

23 February 2021

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) CEO Dayle Brown has described 2020 as a year that allowed the industry to “reset the clock” and has spoken with great confidence and passion about the status of the sport in this state.

During an intriguing discussion with Trots Life host Jason Bonnington on SEN Track, Brown offered a fascinating insight into his 15-month journey with HRV and his plans for the future.

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