Field sizes for 1000 metre races at Eagle Farm will be limited to 12 over the next fortnight as track repairs continue.
Officials from the Brisbane Racing Club, Racing Queensland Limited and senior riders have discussed ways of remedying a trouble spot at the 600 metres at the track.
The area of concern caused the final three races of the Eagle Farm meeting on November 9 to be put put back while a 10-metre false rail was shifted in three metres.
The new field sizes will apply to two 1000m races scheduled for Eagle Farm on Saturday week and another two a week later.
A BRC spokesman said work on the affected area which drops away adjacent to the 600-metre crossing was progressing well.
The track is expected to be ready in time for the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes and Listed Phelan Ready Stakes on Saturday 17.