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01:41 PM 28 Apr 2018 NZST
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Stake payments due
Stake payments due

MANALAPAN, NJ — April 27, 2018 — The SBOANJ urges all of the Nominators to the new harness racing stakes program which includes the Home Grown Pace and the Garden State Trot, to continue with their payments on May 15th.  These new stakes are important to help maintain New Jersey's breeding program and need your continued support.

Sustaining payments due May 15th are the Garden State Trot #1 for 2-year-old trotters in the amount of $400, the New Jersey Trotting Futurity #53 for 2-year-old trotters in the amount of $300, and the Home Grown Pace #1 for 2-year-old pacers in the amount of $300.

Nomination Payments for 2017 foals are also due May 15th.  Last year the SBOANJ paid nomination fees for all New Jersey sired foals.  This year owners will be required to make the nomination payments.  On the trotting side, the yearling payments for both the Garden State Trot #2 and the New Jersey Trotting Futurity #54 are $25.  The payment for the Home Grown Pace #2 for New Jersey sired yearlings that are SDF eligible is $25, the payment for yearlings that are New Jersey foaled but not SDF eligible is $150.

Visit sboanj.com for payment schedule and forms.

 

MAY 15 DEADLINE TO NOMINATE YEARLINGS TO NJSS & OTHER NJ STAKES

Important payments are due Tuesday, May 15 to make and keep horses eligible to the New Jersey Sire Stakes Program and the Standardbred Development Fund.

Nominations are due for foals of 2017 that are yearlings in 2018. All horses nominated must be registered with the U. S. Trotting Association (USTA), Canadian Standardbred Horse Society (CSHS) or another appropriate breed registry.

The fee is $50 for the NJSS Premier Division if a copy of the yearling’s registration certificate accompanies the nomination.  Without a copy of the certificate, the fee is $75. 

It is important to note that the yearling nomination fee is $100 if the foal being nominated is the result of the interstate transport of a registered New Jersey stallion’s semen to a mare outside the state of New Jersey, provided a copy of the certificate accompanies the fee.  Without the certificate, the interstate semen transport nomination fee is $125.

Yearling nominations are also due for the New Jersey Standardbred Development Fund for horses by non-New Jersey based stallions whose dams have been previously registered for the program.  The fee is $50 for the NJSDF if a copy of the yearling’s registration certificate accompanies the nomination.  Without a copy of the certificate, the fee is $75. Yearlings by sires located in New Jersey do not have to pay a separate fee as nomination to the Sire Stakes automatically results in nomination to the SDF program.

All pacing yearlings eligible to either the NJSS Premier Division or the Standardbred Development Fund are also eligible to be nominated to the Renaissance Pace.  The Renaissance Pace nomination fee, which is also due May 15, is an additional $25 for the open division and $15 for the filly division.

Nomination forms may be obtained from the NJSS website at www.newjerseysirestakes.com.

All payments should be mailed to NJSS, P.O. Box 330, Trenton, NJ 08625.  NJSS strongly suggests the use of certified mail to avoid potential problems in mailing or delivery of payments. No late payments will be accepted.

For further information contact Christopher C. Castens (609) 292-8830

Courtney Stafford

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