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In 1981, the Western Australian Greyhound Racing Association was established under the Western Australian Greyhound Racing Association Act and the Assets and Liabilities of the Canning Greyhound Racing Association were transferred to WAGRA.

The Western Australian Greyhound Racing Association Act 1981 also provided for the absorption of the Mandurah Greyhound Racing Association into WAGRA.

1995/96 saw WAGRA's Committee approve the establishment of another greyhound racing track based in the Avon Valley, initially for the purposes of trialing and training. On 30 September 1996 Western Australians witnessed the new venue's first race meeting.

Greyhound racing has undergone many changes since 1974, including the transition from grass to sand tracks, the change to the above ground lure systems and most recently the re-development of the Mandurah venue to include a 599-metre one-turn track. The Western Australian Greyhound Racing Association now conduct 6 race meeting per week across the three venues, a far cry from the early days of one meeting per week when Cannington first opened.

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  • Type/Category Clubs
  • Street Address Station Street
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6107
  • Phone Number 9458 4600
Harness racing continued at the WACA until 1929 when a new course was opened under the name of Brennan Park. The name was changed in 1935 to Gloucester Park. Harness racing also commenced at Richmond Raceway East Fremantle in 1928.

Because the pacing gait is generally easier to maintain and easier to teach, the majority of harness races are for pacers. If you've ever seen a pacer racing, you would have noticed a weird collection of straps connecting its front and rear legs on the same side. These straps are called hopples. They can help the pacer balance its stride and maintain a pacing gait. In comparison, trotters do not wear hopples because of their diagonal movement - perhaps this is why they tend to 'break' more often than pacers.

If a trotter or a pacer gallops or otherwise breaks stride during a race, the driver must pull up the horse and coax it back into the approved gait. This is vitally important, because it is unfair to the other runners and is an offence. It is also an offence for a horse not to be raced on its merits. A driver may be reprimanded or penalised by the stipendiary stewards, who supervise the running of licensed race meetings.

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  • Type/Category Clubs
  • Street Address Nelson Crescent
  • Suburb EAST PERTH
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6004
  • Phone Number 9323 3555
Subiaco Oval  (/suːbiˈækoʊ/; currently known under naming rights  as Domain Stadium,[3] and colloquially asSubi) is a football stadium located in Subiaco, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. The highest capacity stadium in Western Australia and one of the main stadiums in Australia, seating 43,500 people, the ground is the home of Australian rules football  in Western Australia, being the home ground for the West Coast Eagles  and Fremantle Football Club, the two Western Australian teams in the Australian Football League  (AFL). The ground is also used for occasional West Australian Football League  (WAFL) matches, including the competition's yearly grand final. The stadium has also hosted Perth Glory  games, including two National Soccer League  grand finals, international rules  matches, rugby union  games and rock concerts. It was the home ground for the Western Force  between 2006 and 2009.

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  • Type/Category Clubs
  • Street Address Gate 12, Domain Stadium, 250 Roberts Road,
  • Suburb Subiaco
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 6008
  • Phone Number (08) 9381 1111
Wednesday, 18 January 2017 08:22

The Australian Ballet - National

Founded in 1962, The Australian Ballet is one of the country's flagship arts companies. Defining the face of ballet in Australia throughout the last five decades, The Australian Ballet is dedicated to inspiring audiences and showcasing the talent of its performers.

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  • Type/Category Clubs
  • Street Address 10 Hickson Rd, The Rocks NSW 2000
  • Suburb The Rocks
  • State Western Australia
  • Postcode 2000
  • Phone Number (03) 9669 2700
Wednesday, 18 January 2017 08:09

Swimming Australia - National

Created in 1997, Swim Australia is a network of registered swim schools that leads the aquatics industry in the development of 'world's best practice' guidelines. Endorsed by the Federal Government, Swim Australia operates as a division of ASCTA to promote education, professional development & quality control standards within the learn to swim industry.



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  • Type/Category Clubs
  • Street Address Unit 29, 11-21 Underwood Rd,
  • Suburb Homebush,
  • State New South Wales
  • Postcode 2140
  • Phone Number (02) 9763 5833
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