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Racing Queensland has revealed how prize money increases for greyhounds will be distributed to industry, following the announcement of a $3.5 million stakes increase on Tuesday.
Click here to see a full breakdown of the prize money distribution model for greyhounds in Queensland. Highlights of the prize money increase are listed below.
General prize money will increase by $2 million, including;
Unplaced prizemoney of $750,000 has been introduced with the introduction of prize money for fourth-place.
Feature prizemoney will rise by $350,000 with increase on the following races:
Appearance Fees have also been boosted by $400,000 to ensure appearance fees rise to $50 per-runner.