TAB Eureka Eligibility – New Logo Identifier Installed

26 June 2023

With less than 70-days to the running of the inaugural TAB Eureka on 2 September 2023, from today, horses entitled to be selected by Slot Holders to compete in the world's richest harness race are easily identifiable via a new TAB Eureka eligible logo which links to the TAB Eureka website.

This feature makes it quick and easy to definitively recognize future potential Eureka contenders and is a valuable tool for owners, breeders, punters and slot holders alike.

The TAB Eureka eligible logo displays for all eligible Australian bred horses 0YO to 4YO in these areas of the website:

  • HRA Online Reports
  • State Horse Reports
  • Harnessweb
  • Form Guides

Please see the attached PDF for examples.


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