WA Racing Update - 31 March 2020

31 March 2020
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In light of the national and international public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent impact on Racing and Wagering Western Australia’s (RWWA’s) income, the decision has been made to reduce overall expenditures to sustain and boost the WA racing industry over the longer term.

Follow this link to read more: https://www.rwwa.com.au/blog/wa-racing-update-31-march-2020/

 

 

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