Weekly commute too tough, says racing boss

06:27 AM 04 Jul 2014 NZST
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NZ Racing Board CEO Chris Bayliss
NZ Racing Board CEO Chris Bayliss

Sport betting's top executive left his $1 million job for "personal and family" reasons, saying the commute between Auckland and Wellington affected his health and family life.

The resignation of NZ Racing Board chief executive Chris Bayliss caused disappointment and surprise in the industry this week, coming just 22 months after he started.

Amid calls for explanations, Mr Bayliss said he had enjoyed the job and left behind "great talent" and an "excellent executive team" to continue the work.

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