Council says club has to cough up $400,000 for horses to return to Levy's Point beach

Rachael Houlihan
Updated October 1 2018 - 10:50am, first published 10:30am
EXERCISING AT DAWN: Racehorses work on the beach at Warrnambool's Lady Bay in October 2016. Picture: Rob Gunstone

RACEHORSE training will only return to Warrnambool’s Levy’s Point beach if the city’s racing club coughs up $400,000 for a car park for floats and trucks at Lady Bay.

Rachael Houlihan

Deputy editor at The Standard. Former Warrnambool City Council and general news reporter. Send me news tips: rhoulihan@warrnamboolstandard.com.au

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