Carramar Bromwich- Elevated TCO2 policy

12 March 2021
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VIC – CARRAMAR BROMWICH- Elevated TCO2 Levels Policy.

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Stewards advise that in accordance with the ‘HRV Elevated TCO2 Levels Policy’  CARRAMAR BROMWICH  will be subject to the provisions of the policy for its engagement at the Swan Hill   race meeting on 16 March 2021.

The full list of horses subject to the provisions of the policy can be viewed here.

The HRV Elevated TCO2 Levels Policy can be viewed here.

 

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