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Melbourne to host 2022 Asian Racing Conference

Melbourne will host the 39th Asian Racing Conference in 2022, bringing hundreds of delegates to Victoria for one of the most important international gatherings for leaders in the thoroughbred racing industry

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Canterbury stewards' report

Racing NSW stewards' report from the Australian Turf Club's meeting at Canterbury on Friday night - apprentice Brock Ryan on Lagarde suspended for careless riding from February 27th to March 4th

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Berry wins appeal over three week suspension

Tommy Berry has won his appeal to the Racing NSW Appeal panel over his three week suspension from Warwick Farm on February 12th - Nash Rawiller fails in his appeal from the same meeting and trainer Grant Allard loses his appeal and will serve a four month suspension

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Inglis to conduct Luskin Park Stud dispersal sale

Inglis will conduct a dispersal sale for one of Australia’s most respected thoroughbred nurseries, Luskin Park Stud.

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Randwick stewards' report

Racing NSW stewards' report from the Australian Turf Club's meeting at Randwick-Kensington on Wednesday

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Tabcorp half year results announced

Tabcorp half year results - Wagering & Media revenues were $1,179.5m, down 3.7% and EBITDA was $233.8m, down 7.8% - result reflects a business navigating a large and complex integration and transforming its offer in a softer market - Tabcorp’s digital wagering turnover was down 4.9%, and retail turnover declined 9.0% - customers respond positively to recent innovations such as digital in-venue betting

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New ploytrack training track for Rosehill

The Australian Turf Club and Racing NSW will jointly fund the installation of a new Polytrack surface at Rosehill Gardens to continue Sydney racing’s upgrade of training facilities at all of its racecourses.

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ATC delivers help to bushfire hit communities on NSW South Coast

The Australian Turf Club on Tuesday visited communities on the NSW South Coast hit by the recent bushfires to provide hay for horses and livestock, and funding for fencing, in a number of local communities.

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People’s Cup visits Buchan for Cup Day weekend

The 2020 Lexus Melbourne Cup made its first public appearance this weekend, visiting the fire ravaged community of Buchan in East Gippsland and attending the 133rd Buchan Cup.

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RV stewards' issue nine charges against trainer

Racing Victoria Stewards have issued nine charges (four in the alternative) against licensed trainer Mark Sues, under Australian Rules of Racing AR 231(1)(b)(iv) and AR 231(1)(b)(iii).

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First half year results for Queensland racing

Racing Queensland has unveiled its first half results for the 2019/20 financial year with solid progress being realised across the industry - revenue growth (+25.6% to $139.4m) - large increase in returns to participants (+20.8% to $104.1m) - improvement in attendances and participation (+2.1% to 332,496)

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Hay to arrive at Moruya from ATC Bushfire Appeal

The Australian Turf Club's Bushfire Appeal raised $130,000 and on Tuesday more than 1700 bales of hay will be distributed to the Cobargo and Moruya District - additionally, funding will be provided to BlazeAid to purchase materials locally to rebuild fencing.

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