The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission
The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) is an independent statutory body which oversees the welfare standards of racing animals and the integrity of racing industry participants in Queensland.
- 25Sep 2023QRIC Media Release: Fosters wanted for (formerly) fast furbabies
- 22Sep 2023QRIC Media Release: Paws to pound the pavement at Sunday’s Great Global Greyhound Walk
- 12Sep 2023Maintaining public confidence, ensuring integrity and safeguarding animal welfare
- 5Sep 2023QRIC Media Release: Birdsville Cup 2023 sets the standard for compliance and animal welfare.
- 1Sep 2023Bollente scratched from Birdsville Cup by trainer
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Regional Recruitment Drive
Did you know that racing happens right across Queensland? If you are located in a regional area and would like to work with racing animals, QRIC has positions available. We need people to help with our animal welfare and integrity services for horse racing, harness racing and greyhound racing.
Currently, we are recruiting for the following positions:
- Investigative Stewards
- Cadet Stewards
- Sample Collection Officers
Casual, part-time and full-time positions are available.
Latest reports and decisions
- 22Sep 2023
Stewards concluded an inquiry in respect of Ms Westwood’s negligence in her animal husbandry practices which subsequently led to a number of her greyhounds being involved in a fight.
- 22Sep 2023
Stewards concluded an inquiry into analysts’ findings that the prohibited substance Hydrochlorothiazide was detected in a post-race urine sample collected from the greyhound Hidden Agenda
- 18Sep 2023
Stewards commenced inquiries on 13 July 2023 into reports from the QRIC Racing Science Centre (RSC) and Racing Analytical Service Limited (RASL) that the prohibited substance Clenbuterol had been detected in samples taken from the Patrick Ryan trained horse Little Miss Lily.