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Air Quality Update - Scone

Racing NSW Stewards and Veterinary Department have continued to monitor the air quality for the Scone race meetings today, as well as Warwick Farm Barrier Trials.


Whilst the visibility is currently fair, the air quality index at Scone is currently in the fair range (64) on the sliding scale below, which is suitable for racing. With the closest monitoring stations located approximately 25km from Scone racecourse Racing NSW Stewards and Veterinarians are confident in the accuracy of the hourly updates being provided by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and will continue to monitor the air quality throughout the day.

Trainers with horses that have previously displayed respiratory issues or bleeding are permitted to scratch horses after the scratching deadline by contacting Stewards.

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