Four western and north-west Queensland race clubs are among 37 clubs successful in getting new grants from the Country Racing Program.
In the $2.3m Round 3 of the program announced this week, there is new funds for Cloncurry, Boulia Birdsville and Betoota.
Cloncurry Race Club gets money for a running rail replacement while Boulia Race Club gets funding for refurbishment of barriers.
Down at Birdsville they get funding for safety fencing for the horse walkway while Betoota Race Club gets a jockey room upgrade,
Racing Minister Grace Grace country racing played a critical role in regional Queensland, contributing to economic and social wellbeing and providing an important meeting hub for regional communities.
"These are some of the state's smallest and most remote clubs, and importantly, these projects will create work for local tradies and businesses," Ms Grace said.
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