Narromine Business House TAB goes ahead no spectators

SUPPORT: Narromine were pleased their old barriers headed off to Gulargambone for their very social once a year community meeting, as was Gular Club. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
SUPPORT: Narromine were pleased their old barriers headed off to Gulargambone for their very social once a year community meeting, as was Gular Club. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

Racing NSW has moved swiftly to respond to the spread of the coronavirus - working with government agencies and supporting the measures required to continue racing through this crisis.

Narromines Business House TAB Meeting is still on Thursday, March 26 with a few changes.

No public access is permitted, including persons that are not essential personnel: no food vendors, no bar, no coffee and no owners.

The limited board and staff on site will be busy though - additional safety and hygiene procedures to follow, food preparation, sterilisation of surfaces and lots and lots of signage.

The track and grounds look magnificent with the recent rain and a lot of affection from Track Manager Ricky Blewitt.

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The Club encourage people to enjoy the races on SKY channel.

The first race at 1:35pm and finishing off at 5:50pm.

Great sponsors of the day, who enjoy entry and luncheons at the Dandy Cup later in the year, include Narromine Newsagency, Macquarie Clothing, Dubbo Equine Hospital and Pet Medical Centre.

Industry experts are hoping to continue racing with these restrictions and ensure approx 250,000 Australians who are employed in the racing industry are still working in some capacity.

Some good news. the club was successful with funding within Country Racing NSW for a set of new barriers.

The 14 stall Simtrack Mechanical Mobile Starting Gates with superior padding, valued over $100,000 has been added to assets column on the clubs financials.

Narromine were pleased their old barriers headed off to Gulargambone for their very social once a year community meeting, as was Gular Club.