The Magic Millions Racing Women supported by TAB Achievement Awards will recognise the outstanding national success and achievements by women in the thoroughbred industry.
January 2024 will mark the first year of the new annual Achievement Awards in two foundation categories; the 2024 Racing Women Hall of Fame Award and the 2024 National Racing Woman of the Year Award, with the announcement of the winners at the Magic Millions Racing Women supported by TAB Achievement Awards dinner on Saturday 6 January 2024 on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Katie Page-Harvey Magic Millions co-owner & Magic Millions Racing Women founder
Zara Tindall MBE Patron, Magic Millions Racing Women
Jenni Barnett Chief Customer Officer, Tabcorp
Hayleigh Attard Racing Producer, Tabcorp
Kiaarn Dickens Presenter, SKY Racing
The winner of the foundation Racing Women Hall of Fame Award, recognising outstanding long-term (20 years plus) contribution to the Australian thoroughbred industry will have the honour of being invited to be a permanent member of the Judging Panel alongside Magic Millions and Tabcorp representatives.
The winner of the 2024 National Racing Woman of the Year Award, recognising exceptional industry contribution at a national level over the last twelve months, will receive a $50,000 Racing Women scholarship from TAB.
Up to three finalists in both Award categories will be announced in mid December. The finalists for the National Racing Woman of the Year Award will be asked by the Judging Panel to make a submission on how they will use the $50,000 scholarship from TAB to benefit the thoroughbred industry if successful. The submissions will be assessed by the Panel to determine the winner of this Award.
From 2025 and annually thereafter, the Magic Millions Racing Women supported by TAB Achievement Awards will recognise female participants in the following five national categories, with each winner receiving a $10,000 Racing Women scholarship from TAB.
Racing Woman of the Year: Queensland; Racing Woman of the Year: NSW & ACT; Racing Woman of the Year: Victoria; Racing Woman of the Year: Tasmania & South Australia; Racing Woman of the Year: WA & NT.