Racing Queensland's PACE Magazine now online

09 April 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting usual racing schedules, Racing Queensland's PACE Magazine for harness racing will be only available online for the near future.

You can read both current and archived editions of the magazine below:

The print format will return, but with the current rate of change, a further update will be provided as soon as possible.

Racing Operations staff will keep participants informed of program changes and send updates should changes occur.

Racing Queensland thanks all participants for their understanding during this time. 


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