Qld regional meets cancelled to protect tab races for 2016
Bishop Hill, a city of 3,600 residents west of Brisbane, is likely to be at the centre of a series of regional meetings set to begin on Wednesday to protect the Tab race from being c더킹카지노ancelled for 2016.
There has been speculation the event could return to Brisbane in November next year, which would see Tab races ajarvees.comcross NSW and Queensland continue until early 2014.
That plan also includes other national events, such as the Brisbane QLD-Queensland Cup and the Queensland Open.
«We believe this to be a sensible step to ensure race-day activities are safe and safe for everyone. We have not decided a date yet,» a spokesman for Tab Aust바카라사이트ralia said.
«This is in line with our previous policy of putting the interests of racegoers before commercial interests,» Mr Goudeau said.
«As the Tab Race is a community sport, it would also be sensible for a region-wide response to a local issue if that was required in order to make the event safer.
«For our Queensland races the safety issue remains at the forefront and we will be working with race officials and the community to develop appropriate options to address any safety concerns.»
Mr Goudeau denied there was a commercial deal at work behind the planned schedule change.
«This is the last of the Tab meet-up and race and we’re not in touch with anyone else. We’re really focused on our events, which we have built up over the last four and a half years, and in doing so, have seen an incredible response from the community.»
«There’s always been a need for a regional meet-up, or regional meet-up, and this would actually be our last in Brisbane,» he said.
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