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Racing Queensland Launches A$200M Infrastructure Plan Including Night Racing

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 25 / 17

Night horse racing will be introduced on the Gold Coast and two greyhound tracks will be opened in a A$200M ($158M) "plan to stimulate the industry," according to Daryl Passmore of the COURIER MAIL. An infrastructure plan, released by Racing Queensland, "sets out how the biggest cash injection ...

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