Queensland becomes third state to introduce minimum bet limits

Australian state follows Victoria and New South Wales by agreeing $2,000 minimum bet liability framework

Queensland has joined Victoria and New South Wales to become the third Australian state to introduce a minimum bet limit framework for thoroughbred racing. The new framework will include a minimum bet liability policy of AU$2,000 for metropolitan thoroughbred meetings and $1,000 for non-metropolitan meetings, and will apply from 9am on raceday. It comes after…

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