Igsrv Pakula Resets Racing Victoria S Course
Tuesday's announcement from premier daniel andrews that his government will amend the racing act 1958 to create an independent board for racing victoria (rv) is a case of 'enough is enough' for pakula. he doesn't want to create a racing commission or a statutory authority, pakula wants the sport to be able to appropriately govern itself. Comment: pakula resets industry's course. shane anderson @globalgallop. 20 december, 2016 on, (ever since martin pakula was given the portfolio as victoria's racing minister, he has been prepared to make change. change not for the sake of change, as others may have done, but for the sake of improving the sport. pakula's move has reset the. Pakula's decision has come off the back of last week's announcement of david moodie's resignation as chairman of rv after an investigation by sal perna, victoria's racing integrity commissioner, over allegations of leaking information relating to the cobalt cases of trainers danny o'brien and mark kavanagh. Pakula won't interfere at racing victoria. victoria's minster for racing, martin pakula, has rejected the call by danny o'brien to 'stop talking and start getting involved in getting racing back on track' after friday's vcat finding in favour of o'brien and fellow trainer mark kavanagh. Martin pakula, victoria's racing minister, said the commonwealth also needed to be involved. "i think the contribution, $25 million over three years is a very substantial contribution to equine welfare but as racing victoria makes clear there are things that can only be done and conversations had at a national level," he said.
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Wangaratta turf club has consolidated its position as one of regional victoria’s premier racing venues with the opening of the new grandstand, function centre and equine learning facility. The arci annual conference on racing integrity and welfare brings the officially sanctioned government regulators of professional horse and greyhound racing together with racing industry leaders to address common issues and challenges pertaining to efforts to combat doping, safeguard the safety of animals, and develop new and better ways to address the integrity and welfare challenges faced by. Victorian racing minister martin pakula believes the racing industry needs to be judicious in determining the rate of victoria's point of consumption tax. victoria currently has the lowest poc in the country at eight per cent which the government says it will revisit in 18 months. Victorian racing will continue in the short term behind closed doors unless the national cabinet rules otherwise. Victoria's minister for racing martin pakula officially opened the $10 million track at ballarat racecourse, which has been supported by the andrews labor government’s victorian racing industry fund.