Friday, 18 August 2017
Licence Renewals Online For 2017/18

Racing NSW in conjunction with Racing Australia is progressively introducing the ability for paper-based licence renewals to be completed online via the Single National System (SNS). The SNS is now delivering to the Thoroughbred industry nationally the capacity to provide participants with core industry functions on-line rather than completing paper based forms.

This process includes the function for licensed participants to renew their licence online and the most recent renewals of Stablehands and Bookmaker’s Clerks licences were completed in this manner. The other licence categories are now due for renewal and systems have been developed to complete their renewals online.

Trainers, Jockeys, Apprentice Jockeys, Approved Riders, Bookmakers and Rider Agents Renewals are now On-Line for 2017/18

A written step by step User guide document have been developed to assist with the process.

‘Step by Step’ User guide

All persons licensed in these categories who have an email address recorded with Racing NSW will be sent an email containing instructions on how to complete this process. If you do not have an email address recorded with Racing NSW or did not receive the mentioned email you should-

• If a Trainer, access your renewal through your Stable Assist account, by clicking on the option renew licence. If you do not have a Stable Assist account please contact the Racing Australia Service Centre on 1800 138 704 who will be able to assist you with the process to set one up.
• If a Bookmaker, access your renewal through the User Registration account you used to confirm your employment of your Bookmaker’s Clerks, as part of their registration process. If you do not have a User Registration account please contact the Racing Australia Service Centre on 1800 954 143 for assistance.
• For all other licence types please contact the Racing Australia Service Centre on 1800 954 143 for assistance.

 

The Latest Racing News

RACE 1: Crimson Sun debuted impressively for Gunnedah trainer Gavin Groth in the first race on today’s Gunnedah Cup meeting.
Gai Waterhouse expects lightly raced filly Pandemonium to develop into a Group 1 performer this spring and thus won’t hear of her being beaten at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
Making the most of his recent winning run, trainer Allan McRae is hoping his hot trot isn’t over just yet as he prepares to start three horses for Leeton on Tuesday.
Trainer John Thompson has reported to Racing NSW Stewards that THE GRANDSON (NZ) (race 6, no.6 at Warwick Farm on Wednesday) has undergone a tie back operation since its last start at Royal Randwick on 13th February 2017.
Muswellbrook Race Club has announced an increase in prizemoney for its Muswellbrook Cup to $100,000 to be run on 8th December.