Stakemoney to rise again in FY22

29 July 2021
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Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) stakemoney is up $2 million on pre-COVID levels in FY22, CEO Dayle Brown has confirmed.

In a wide-ranging interview on Harness.org.au Insider with Adam Hamilton yesterday after this week’s announcement of the TROTS24 three-year strategic plan, Brown also said HRV would approve additional stakemoney increases without delay wherever possible and pending on sustainable wagering revenue upside.

Today he provided a clear timeline for that notice, saying “HRV would make a further announcement regarding stakemoney by October 2021, prior to the commencement of the feature racing season”.

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