Racing NSW and Gosford Race Club are pleased to announce a joint training & stabling partnership that will rejuvenate the training precinct on and adjacent to the Gosford Racecourse.
The two bodies will jointly fund a new synthetic training track and Racing NSW will immediately commence planning for double storey stable complexes on land to be purchased from the Race Club.
The DA for the track has already been approved with construction earmarked for early 2021.
The new facility will be capable of training up to 200 horses a day.
Gosford is geographically positioned to become a training centre of excellence in NSW.
The newly opened Northconnex with its vastly improved access to metropolitan tracks makes Gosford the ideal base for trainers with horses of all classes.
“Today is a monumental day for the Gosford racing industry, especially our existing trainers. Importantly however we will now be able to attract new trainers bringing more jobs to the area and boosting the local economy,” Daniel Lacey Gosford Race Club CEO stated.
“Gosford is seeing a real resurgence of late and this project only adds to that. It is very pleasing that Racing NSW also sees the part that Gosford can and will play in the horse racing industry."
"The Gosford Race Club Board thanks Peter V’landys AM in facilitating this project and we look forward to working with Racing NSW to deliver our joint vision,” Michael Cusick, Chairman of Gosford Race Club concluded.
For more information please contact Daniel Lacey CEO Gosford Race Club via email on firstname.lastname@example.org