Aquis Farm has mixed with Racing NSW to ensure a $1000 rebate to any horse racing at Canterbury and Randwick on Friday and Saturday.
With Queensland racing on strike to attract consideration to an absence of funding and assist from the state authorities – dropped at a head by the 15 per cent level of consumption tax – Aquis chief govt Shane McGrath wished to point out assist for the trainers up north and approached Racing NSW about giving them the choice of operating in Sydney.
“We respect these are troublesome occasions for everybody within the Queensland business and wish to do our bit to make sure folks within the business can proceed to earn a residing on the weekend, whereas taking a stand that must be made,” McGrath stated.
“By guaranteeing some prizemoney for all Queensland runners we hope to offer trainers and homeowners the arrogance to move south within the information that they are going to be coming dwelling with one thing.
“Peter V’landys was fast to assist the thought and it reveals why NSW leads the way in which for racing on this nation.”