HRA Announce an Amendment to the National Ratings Based Handicapping System

09 June 2021
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The Members of Harness Racing Australia (HRA) have voted to make an amendment to the National Ratings Based Handicapping System.

The change announced today is in relation a change to the Ratings Matrix which will come into effect on 1 July 2021.

Matrix Change

From 1 July 2021, the Ratings Matrix will be modified to provide for the following two amendments:

 

  • The previous 2nd and 3rd matrix brackets have been combined so that now races with stakemoney between $2,001 to $4,500 give 2 points to the winner; and
  • Change in in the Race Stakes ranges with winners of races with stakemoney between $7,000 to $9,999 now receiving four points, while 3 points will be given for races in the $4,501 - $6,999 range.

Ratings Matrix from 1 July 2021

 

For more information, contact Harness Racing Australia via email to hra@hra.com.au.

 

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