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Thoroughbred Racing Committee

Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA), in consultation with the Eligible Bodies of each racing code, has developed a new Governance model for the racing industry through the formation of new individual code sub-committees of the RWWA Board.

The relevant sub-committee for the thoroughbred industry will be known as the Thoroughbred Racing Committee (TRC).

Name Nominated by
Mr Robert Bransby (Chairman) RWWA Code Director
Mr Neil Pinner Perth Racing
Mr Frank Fiore WAPTRA/CRA
Mr Alan Bansemer Stakeholder Associations
Mr Jarrod Rendell Independent (appointed by Committee)
Mr Anthony Cipriano Independent (appointed by Committee)
Mr Richard Burt RWWA CEO
Ms Charlotte Mills RWWA General Manager Racing
Mr David Hunter Manager Commercial Racing and Planning
Ms Tamsin Starling TRC Secretary

The key responsibility of the TRC is to consider and make recommendations in conjunction with RWWA for endorsement by the Board on, but not limited to, the following matters:

  • Development and annual review of the strategic plan for thoroughbred racing.
  • Identification and planning of thoroughbred racing industry infrastructure requirements.
  • Strategies and policies for thoroughbred industry planning, promotion, marketing, sponsorship.
  • Strategies and policies for thoroughbred industry training programs for apprentice jockeys and other racing industry training requirements.

​Should there be any queries in respect to the above, please don’t hesitate to contact Ms Tamsin Starling, Code Committees Secretary on or 9445 5530.

Thoroughbred Racing Consultative Group

Following the establishment of Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) in August 2003, the RWWA Act required the Board to establish procedures for consulting with prescribed racing bodies – clubs / association of clubs and other organisations that have an interest in the racing industry (industry associations).

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