Monday, 22 May 2017
Wagga (Sat 27th May) Transferred To Riverside Course - Additional Prizemoney

Due to the rain on Friday and the state of the course proper, the Wagga Wagga TAB meeting scheduled for Saturday, 27th May has been transferred to the Wagga Riverside Racecourse.

Please note that prizemoney for all races have been increased from $10,000 per race to $20,000 per race. This is due to participants losing the last six races at Wagga on Friday 19th May.

And with the course change, the following amendment to distances have been implemented:-

RACE 1 - KURRAJONG WARATAH CUP 1200M (Unchanged)
RACE 2 - BENCHMARK 55 HANDICAP 1800M (Unchanged)
RACE 3 - CLASS 3 HANDICAP was 1000m is now 1050m
RACE 4 - CLASS 1 HANDICAP 1200M (Unchanged)
RACE 5 - MAIDEN HANDICAP was 1300m is now 1200m
RACE 6 - MAIDEN PLATE was 1600m is now 1660m

 

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