Conduct of Licensed Participants

13 March 2024
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HRNSW Stewards remind licensed participants of the expectation that there will be ongoing compliance checks regarding the requirements of Harness Racing Clubs, especially in relation to there being strictly NO SMOKING or ALCOHOL in stable areas.

In addition, HRNSW Stewards remind licensed participants of the HRNSW Dress Regulations Policy and recently updated requirements.

The Policy can be found here

If anyone requires further information please contact HRNSW Education and Welfare Manager Maurice Logue or the HRNSW Integrity Department on (02) 9722 6600.

 

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