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Another Alabar Super Series in October at Addington

08:57 AM 11 Sep 2014 NZST
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Addington Raceway - Another Alabar Super Series in October
Addington Raceway - Another Alabar Super Series in October

Following four successful running’s of the Seasonal Super Series held at Addington, the 
New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club (Met) will stage a fifth Alabar Super Series on 
Friday 10 October 2014. 

As well as some leading trainers including Robert Dunn, Terry and Glenys Chmiel, Ken 
Barron, Tim Butt, Nigel McGrath, Cran Dalgety, Robbie Holmes, Brendon Hill and Mark 
Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen cashing in, wins have been achieved by Peter Bagrie, Brian 
Fahey, Gavin Cook, Craig Edmonds, Alex Hastie, Barry Ford, Noel Taylor and Kevin 

Total stakes paid out in the Series will result in approximately $470,000 including 
the October round. 

The fifth Series, to be staged also at Addington, will once again cater for lower grade horses 
with projected stakes totalling greater than $70,000 over three events. 

There will be opportunities for:
 C0 pacers at 9 August 2014 – Stake $23,500
 C1 to C2 pacers at 9 August 2014 – Stake $23,500
 C0 to C2 trotters at 9 August 2014 – Stake $23,500

All starters in these races are to receive a minimum stake of $500.

There is no enrolment fee payable.

Field selection will be based on a points system.

To qualify to start in these races on 10 October 2014, a horse must have started at least 
once at a Met meeting between 22 August 2014 and 3 October 2014.

With five Met meetings at Addington during this period there is ample opportunity for owners and trainers 
to prepare their horses for the series.

It is the intention of the NZMTC that a similar series will take place early in the New Year on 
30 January under like conditions. 

Full details and conditions are to follow and can be viewed 

Alternatively, please call Brian, Richard or Colin of Addington’s Racing Department on (03)338 9094.

Ged Mooar
Marketing & Commercial Manager - Addington

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