Changes to Trot NSW

24 April 2020

HRNSW advises that the 2020 Trot NSW Finals have been move to October in line with the Breeders Challenge Series.

The retention of the Finals at Tabcorp Park Menangle will allow horses to compete on the premier track and was paramount in the decision. A transfer which provides owners and trainers the opportunity to compete in the Finals was important taking into account the current COVID-19 pandemic disruptions.

“The decision to move the Breeders Challenge Series was taken so as to provide the opportunity as equally as possible to all eligible young trotters” Chief Executive John Dumesny said.

“HRNSW has a long term strategy to develop and support the breeding of trotters in the State and it is important that these Finals were retained.”

HRNSW will advise of the dates for the Trot NSW Finals and other necessary considerations in due course however owners and trainers of eligible horses can contact Alana Toulmin at for further information


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