Lockyer Valley Turf Club Race Day
Lockyer Race Club, Spencer Street, Gatton / Thu 21 Nov
Summer Racing Carnival | Recognition Stakes
Doomben Racecourse, Hampden Street, Ascot / Sat 23 Nov
Ingham Race Meeting 16 November RESCHEDULED to Townsville TC
Queensland Racing Takes Giant Strides
RQ launches new social platform - RaceQ
Punter's Guide to Thoroughbred Tracks
With animal welfare at the core of design and construction, the world-class venue will feature three tracks - a straight track, a two-turn track and a much needed one-turn track - which will reduce injuries, improve amenities and demonstrate the vibrancy of the greyhound code.
Importantly, the new home of Queensland greyhound racing will see the Brisbane and Ipswich Greyhound Racing Clubs co-locate at the venue once the $39 million project has been completed.
On an annual basis, the greyhound code is responsible for contributing more than $125 million to the Brisbane and Ipswich economies, whilst supporting almost 1000 full-time jobs.
In the Sunshine State, Ipswich region is the epicentre for greyhound breeding and rearing, with almost one in every two greyhounds in Queensland born locally.
Among the amenities to be established at the Greater Brisbane Greyhound Centre include:
Racing Queensland invites you to provide feedback on the Greater Brisbane Greyhound Centre – and will update the current portal as the projects advances from design to construction – with key information.
Do you have any comments or feedback?