Thoroughbred racing is expected to return to Elwick in late January.
The first meeting on the new Strathayr track has been tentatively pencilled in for Friday January 31 and will be a twilight program featuring the Tasmanian Derby.
The Hobart Cup will be run at the second meeting on Sunday February 9.
Barrier trials will be held on Tuesday January 7 but there will be no time for any 'preview' race meetings before the two main days of the Hobart Cup carnival.
Lead-up races normally run at Elwick will be scheduled for Mowbray.
Work on the new track is reportedly progressing on schedule, with the turf due to go down in August.
The 2019-20 calendar has yet to be finalised but the Tasmanian Turf Club will again race on Good Friday and Anzac Day Eve which also falls on a Friday.
The Tasmanian Trotting Club will also keep its Good Friday meeting.
The Launceston Pacing Club's Easter Cup meeting will stay on Easter Saturday night with Sky 1 coverage.
The draft calendar has 63 thoroughbred meetings (down two on this season), 87 harness meetings (down two) and 165 greyhound meetings (up three).
Those figures do not include the seven combined meetings on King Island.
The number of night thoroughbred meetings at Mowbray will rise from 19 to 20.
The regular night season will start on Saturday October 12 and finish on Wednesday April 1 except for the Anzac Day Eve meeting.
Tasmania's leading female driver Samantha Gangell has been fined $300 over her handling of Fortino at Mowbray on Sunday night.
Stewards found that Gangell allowed Fortino to shift out from the 250m when leading the field which advantaged another runner.
Fortino's stablemate Our Quinn got an inside run and went on to win the race, with Fortino finishing second beaten only 2m.
Gangell pleaded guilty to the charge.
In assessing penalty, stewards said they took into account the driver's good record and guilty plea but also the fact that the horse advantaged by her not maintaining a straight line had gone on to win the race.
Gangell has been enjoying a very good season. With 22 wins, she leads the female drivers' premiership by one from Hannah Van dongen and she is only five behind Conor Crook on the junior drivers' table.
Stewards at the weekend also concluded an inquiry into Paul Hill's drive on Wasonie Snake in Hobart 13 days ago.
He was suspended for six meetings for challenging the leader Bremusa for an "unacceptable" length of time.