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ATC Submits Plans For New On Course Stabling At Warwick Farm Racecourse

In line with the Australian Turf Club’s strategy to improve racing and training facilities at all four of its Sydney racecourses, the ATC has submitted a Development Application with Liverpool City Council for stage one of a new on-course stabling facility at Warwick Farm.

The announcement coincides with the ATC successfully completing an upgrade to Governor Macquarie Drive, including new signalised intersections, internal car parking and a new entry into the Warwick Farm Racecourse.

“We are pleased that our asset planning has progressed to a point where we can confidently submit the Development Application for stage one of the Warwick Farm stables complex, and take the next step toward planning for the future of our largest training facility in Sydney’’ stated Australian Turf Club Acting Chief Executive James Heddo.

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