Consideration in current weeks has been on main bulletins round new TAB racetracks at Muswellbrook and Lithgow, however GRNSW has actually not forgotten about making ready greyhounds for racing with CEO Rob Macaulay asserting on March 21 upgrades to trial tracks at Cessnock and Thirlmere.
The work at each amenities continues the dedication of GRNSW to be the chief of security innovation and world’s greatest follow in greyhound monitor design.
Mr Macaulay – who was joined at every venue by the native members, Clayton Barr (Cessnock) and Nathaniel Smith (Wollondilly) – mentioned the works at each trial tracks emphasised the necessary want for high quality, protected venues for contributors to coach their younger canine.
“Trials tracks equivalent to Cessnock and the upgraded facility at Thirlmere are essential to our homeowners and trainers, and significantly in these areas which have a big participant inhabitants,” he mentioned.
“Each areas are huge participant jurisdictions, so it is actually necessary to have high quality trialling amenities obtainable. We now have made quite a lot of a bulletins just lately about upgrading racetracks across the State, and bringing venues equivalent to Muswellbrook and Lithgow as much as the usual to permit each to host TAB conferences, however the significance of high quality, and protected, trial tracks has not been misplaced on GRNSW.”
In whole $900,000 was invested in bringing the 2 trial tracks as much as security commonplace to permit trialling to begin.
This text was produced as a part of an ACM partnership with Greyhound Racing NSW.