Horse Racing NSW Why It Is The Best Time To Invest In 2024


Racing NSW Investment:

The NSW Labor Government has welcomed Racing NSW’s investment of almost $20 million in country and provincial racetracks across Racing NSW.

The Minister for Gaming and Racing, David Harris, has made supporting regional racing a focus since taking on the role.

The Racing NSW Board has committed to this significant capital works program, prioritising shovel ready projects, including new stabling, track upgrades and other infrastructure improvements.

Goulburn racecourse will receive the most significant funding, $9.5 million, to construct 80 new stables and supporting infrastructure, with these works already having the necessary development approvals.

Wyong racecourse has secured more than $1.5 million for irrigation and drainage upgrades, as well as a new machinery shed.

Gosford racecourse will have a new home turncamber constructed on the course proper at a cost of $2.0 million.

This project will greatly improve the competitiveness of racing at Gosford, with works to commence immediately following The Coast race meeting in May 2024.

As well as this Racing NSW have allocated Dubbo, Albury, Wagga and Grafton to receive funding for new or improved training tracks, with these works ready for immediate commencement.

Ballina will receive funding for a complete irrigation system upgrade to ensure the club is able to efficiently and reliably manage their training and racing surfaces.

Racing Orange will receive funding for refurbishment of existing oncourse stabling that is currently vacant, adding to the volume of horses in training at the venue.

Racing NSW is a $3.3 billion industry in the state, with more than 90,000 people involved as employees, participants or volunteers and the flow on effects sustain more than 50,000 local jobs, either directly or indirectly.

Critically, more than half the racing industry’s economic impact is in rural and regional NSW.

Racing NSW has spent over $125 million in the past 10 years improving the safety and reliability of racing and training facilities in Racing NSW.

Kurrinda Bloodstock Racing NSW:

Racehorse syndication with Kurrinda Bloodstock, especially in New South Wales (NSW), holds significant allure for several reasons. Firstly, NSW boasts a vibrant and prestigious racing industry, with a rich history and a calendar filled with high-profile events like the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival and The Championships. This provides ample opportunities for syndicated racehorses to compete at esteemed venues such as Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens, which adds to the excitement and prestige associated with ownership.

Kurrinda Bloodstock’s involvement adds another layer of appeal. As a respected and reputable syndication company, Kurrinda Bloodstock offers expertise in selecting and managing racehorses.

Kurrinda Bloodstock Racing NSW Goulburn Connection:

Their partnership with leading trainers, such as Matthew Dale Racing, further enhances the appeal, as it ensures that syndicate members have access to top-notch training facilities and experienced professionals who can maximize the potential of their horses.

The recent news of $9.5 million funding for the Goulburn racecourse is particularly noteworthy. This injection of funds is set to enhance the infrastructure and facilities at the racecourse, making it an even more attractive venue for racing and training purposes. For those considering involvement in a racehorse syndicate with Kurrinda Bloodstock and Matthew Dale Racing, this development adds tangible value. With improved facilities and resources at Goulburn, syndicate members can expect enhanced training opportunities and a greater chance of success on the track.

Moreover, investing in a racehorse syndicate offers numerous benefits beyond the thrill of potential winnings. It provides an opportunity for individuals to immerse themselves in the world of horse racing, forging connections with like-minded enthusiasts and industry professionals. Syndicate members can also enjoy the camaraderie of shared ownership, spreading the costs and risks associated with racehorse ownership while still experiencing the excitement of being part of a winning team.

Exciting Opportunity To Get Involved In Racing NSW:

Meet Time To Reign x Mandawara


Ladies Only Syndicate $1million Pink Bonus Series

This Filly is by Kingstar Farm’s young sire Time To Reign, we didn’t get to quite see the best of Time To Reign on the track but this son of Champion sire Snitzel was a Stakes winning pre Christmas 2yo before taking out the G2 Sliver Slipper. His a ½ brother to dual Group 1 winner and Group 1 Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign.

This dam Mandawara is a sister to 3 individual Group performers including the Group 1 winner Manighar. She is already the producer of the Listed Breeders Plate winning 2yo Khan making this filly already residually very valuable.

This Filly was the one we really zoned in on for our ladies only syndicate as we believe she can get up and going early. She is very well balanced and a great mover, she has a fantastic attitude & looks to match. Who doesn’t love a grey!

She was presented at 2024 the Inglis Classic sale and comes off the great farm of Glenlogan Park who produced the 2024 Inglis Millennium and $400k Pink Bonus winner Fully Lit.

She will be trained by Matthew Dale out of his state of the art Goulburn facilities and will get every chance.

This Filly is eligible for the Inglis race series and BOBS bonus scheme as well as this she will be targeted at the lucrative pink bonus series eligible to ladies only syndicates. Inglis Pink Bonus Series:

Registration for the Inglis Pink Bonus Series will result in the owners of registered horses being eligible to win significant additional prize money across the Inglis Race Series.

The first registered horse home in each of the races listed below will be eligible for an additional bonus, on top of the existing prizemoney payable, as outlined below.

2024 Inglis Banner, $500,000, Moonee Valley – $200,000 Inglis Pink Bonus
2024 Inglis Nursery, $500,000, Royal Randwick – $200,000 Inglis Pink Bonus
2025 Inglis Millennium, $2,000,000 – $400,000 Inglis Pink Bonus
2025 Inglis Sprint, $1,000,000, Flemington – $200,000 Inglis Pink Bonus

To be eligible for the $1,000,000 lnglis Pink Bonus Series, any horse must be eligible for, fully nominated and paid up for the Inglis Race Series and be a minimum 75% owned or leased by female owners.

To check out all of our available syndicates right now jump on to our website

In conclusion, getting involved in a racehorse syndicate with Kurrinda Bloodstock and Matthew Dale Racing in NSW is an attractive proposition, particularly in light of the recent funding for the Goulburn racecourse. With access to premier training facilities, expert guidance, and the excitement of competing in prestigious events, syndicate members stand to enjoy a fulfilling and potentially rewarding experience in the thrilling world of horse racing.

Kurrinda Bloodstock Syndications offers racehorse ownership opportunities with a commitment to transparency and owner engagement
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