NSW: Chief Steward - Announcement

16 March 2021
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Harness Racing NSW Chief Steward Mr Grant Adams has tendered his resignation to the controlling body.

Mr Adams attained the role of Chief Steward in 2018 having first commenced with Harness Racing NSW in 2010 as a Cadet Steward.

HRNSW Chairman Ken Brown AM acknowledged the role Mr Adams had played in the organisation.

“Grant has been our leader of the regulatory panel and has brought about positive and progressive change to stewarding in our State.”

“He has been an asset to the Authority who won’t be readily replaced.”

“On behalf of the Board I wish Grant, his wife and their young family all the best for the future.”

Harness Racing NSW will now embark on replacing Mr Adams who finishes in the role of Chief Stipendiary Steward in June.

 

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