Pain of bush racing cuts postponed two years

CHARLEVILLE and Cunnamulla could be reduced to three race meetings a year under a plan to stem losses at Racing Queensland. The governing body’s Tracking Towards Sustainability report also proposes cutting prizemoney by $1500 per race, slashing administration subsidies to the two strategic clubs by $2000 per meeting and increasing fees for scratched horses from $40 to $65....

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