Tuesday, 21 March 2017
WRA Country Championships Qualifier - Not For Export

Further to advice released this morning, Dar Lunn, trainer of Not For Export which gained a place in the Country Championships Final at Randwick on 1 April 2017, as the second WRA representative following the withdrawal of La La Loopsy, has advised that he did not notify Racing NSW Stewards that Not For Export wasn’t taking its place in the The Country Championships Final.

Accordingly, Not For Export has been reinstated into the final as the second WRA representative and 7th placegetter Strathaird, trained by Mr Garry Lunn, will become the emergency for the WRA region. Racing NSW Stewards shall investigate the advice received.

 

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