Thoroughbred Stakes Increase from 1 January 2022

Friday 17 December 2021

Tasracing in conjunction with the Thoroughbred Advisory Network is pleased to announce that as from 1 January 2022 the Code Funding Allocation for 2021/22 will be increased following the 4.3% announcement on November 30th. The increase has resulted in the following stakes increases for the industry. Base stakes to increase: MDN to BM70 increased from…

COVID safe operation procedures – as of December 15 2021

Thursday 16 December 2021

This page contains documents that relate to how the COVID-19 situation will be managed post the opening up of Tasmania’s borders on 15 December 2021. If you have any questions about the information provided, please contact Tasracing at racing@tasracing.com.au. Industry-wide procedures Quick reference guide to a suspected or confirmed case at a venue updated 15…

Increased funding for Tasmanian racing industry

Tuesday 30 November 2021

Jane Howlett, Minister for Racing 30 November 2021 The Tasmanian Liberal Government continues to back Tasmania’s racing industry, and as Minister for Racing, I am pleased to announce that Tasracing has brought forward a proposed code funding increase by six months to 1 January 2022. The decision to increase code funding by 4.3 per cent…

Statement from Tasracing CEO Paul Eriksson Elwick thoroughbred track update 26 November

Friday 26 November 2021

The condition of the redeveloped Elwick thoroughbred track continues to improve as expected. We have seen good improvement between the 20 October race meeting, the 2 November meeting, the 14 November meeting and we expect further significant improvement for the 28 November meeting. There will still be some kick-back but this should be much less…

Statement from Tasracing CEO Paul Eriksson Elwick thoroughbred track update

Friday 12 November 2021

The condition of the redeveloped Elwick thoroughbred track is exactly where Tasracing expected it to be given its past performance, the type of renovation undertaken, the poor spring weather experienced in southern Tasmania, and its age. Further, the track is in a better position than it was at this time last year and will continue…