NSW: 2022 HRNSW Roadshows - Call for Submissions

16 November 2021
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As part of HRNSW’s commitment to providing information and receiving feedback on Handicapping and Programming, a series of Roadshows will be held across NSW in early 2022.

In the first instance, HRNSW is calling for written submissions from the industry. These submissions will be used as the basis for discussions at the Roadshows to follow.

HRNSW’s Handicapping guidelines can be accessed HERE

HRNSW’s new 2YO racing policy can be accessed HERE

Writing a submission:

All interested parties are invited to make written submissions on any part of Handicapping or Programming. Please list any specific recommendations you wish to have reviewed. Address your submission to:

Email: bscelly@hrnsw.com.au

Or via mail:

Brett Scelly

Harness Racing NSW

PO Box 1034,

Bankstown NSW 1885

Submissions close 17 December 2021

If you are making a submission, please include your name and contact details should we wish to contact you.

 

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