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Amongst a sweeping range of stake increases set to take effect across the board from the start of the new season, on 1 August, the minimum stake will rise to $10,000 for all races conducted by the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club at Addington Raceway. “With significant additional returns now starting to flow from the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB), on the back of a prolonged period of extremely positive operating results here at the Raceway itself, we are delighted to announce we will offer a minimum stake of $10,000 next season” commented Chair Barry Dent. In an effort to ensure all horses have the ability to compete for additional stake/bonus money during the season, the Club has also ensured the increases have been applied across the board ensuring horses of any rating, from non-winners to the best pacers and trotters in the country, get their chance. This will see a significant number of races, past non-win level, contested for between $13,499 and $14,400 and all races during Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup Week will run for a minimum of $25,000. “Our Board believe it is important the stakes/bonus increases are applied across the entire horse population to ensure that not only the first win makes it more viable for owners but there are solid attractive opportunities to race their horse many more times in New Zealand. Paying attention to one class of horse in a disproportional manner will in our view inevitably lead to an imbalance in the horse supply and we will end up paying an even greater penalty as an industry further down the road” said Dent. “No one goes to the yearling sales to buy a horse that will end up winning one race so we believe it is important that we keep pace with the international level of prize money at the elite end of our sport. As a result, all Group Two and Group Three races held at Addington and a small number of Group One features will also have stake increases for the new season” Dent added. Stakes levels have also been set to ensure opportunities are maximised for stakeholders within the parameters of the handicapping conditions with $10,000 the maximum stake payable before additional assessment criteria becomes applicable. The Club formally recognises the tremendous assistance of the NZRB and Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) in being able to make this exciting announcement.   HRNZ

The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club has announced the appointment of Peter Jensen as Chief Executive Officer. Mr Jensen will take up the role on 02 October 2017, following a successful tenure as Chief Executive of Southern Response, the government-owned company responsible for settling Canterbury earthquake insurance claims. New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club Chair, Barry Dent, said he and the Board are delighted to announce Peter’s appointment. “Peter is a long-term supporter of harness racing and this was a great opportunity for us to appoint someone of his calibre, who is passionate about our sector. Peter’s extensive strategic, commercial experience and strong local and national relationships are exactly what we need as we continue to grow all aspects of the Club, in the current environment. Born and bred in Christchurch, Peter’s commitment to the city and the region is evident from his roles with organisations at the heart of the rebuild, including Southern Response. Under Peter’s leadership we are looking forward to the continued success of the Club and long term future of harness racing in Christchurch.” “Peter replaces Dean McKenzie, our current Chief Executive. Dean and his team have worked tirelessly for the betterment of the Club and harness racing in general with increased returns to stakeholders of over 34% over the last five and a half years. Initiatives such as the opening of Spectators Bar in 2013, the launch of the KPC in 2014, the installation of the big screen in 2015, and the recent release of state of the art sectional timing project StrideMASTER have maintained the prestige status of the Club.” Dent added. Addington Raceway’s current General Manger Operations, Brian Thompson, has been appointed as the Acting Chief Executive from 15 July until 1 October 2017.  

Chief Executive Officer Dean McKenzie has tendered his resignation and will leave the role at the end of the current harness racing season. Family commitments, including his immediate family spending more and more time in North America, have lead Dean to decide this is the right time to make the change.  New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club Chair Barry Dent commented that “the Board were extremely disappointed to be in the position of having to make this announcement, particularly given the enormous progress the Club had made in the last five and a half years.”  “Dean and his team have worked tirelessly for the betterment of the Club and harness racing in general and collectively we have much to be proud of in these achievements. Dean has made an outstanding contribution to the long-term future of harness racing in Christchurch and we sincerely thank him for all his hard work and dedication to the role”. Dent added. “With flat industry funding throughout this period the Club has been able to successfully increase returns to stakeholders, despite the many unique earthquake related challenges the Club faces every day. Total stakes and bonuses paid have increased during this time by over 29% which given general industry trends is a credit to all those involved but particularly those at the sharp end like Dean and his team.  Initiatives such as the opening of Spectators Bar & Bistro in 2013, the launch of the KPC in 2014, the installation of the big screen in 2015, and the upcoming release of state of the art sectional timing project StrideMASTER have or will contribute to enhancing the quality of the racing product at Addington Raceway and subsequently the returns the Club can generate for stakeholders. The receipt of the Champion Canterbury Business Award for Retail/Hospitality in 2015 was due recognition for the hard work put in by Dean and the team.  Various successful property related projects including the conversion of the old Raceway offices to a standalone commercial property, co-ordinating footprint operations with AMI Stadium and Horncastle Arena and rigorous adherence to detailed financial and operational planning processes has ensured the Club has been able to report six consecutive annual surpluses and gross assets of over $85m.”  Despite these many achievements, Dean points to the establishment of the 20-year Cup service pin and 30-year long-service awards in 2013 as particular highlights.  “I think the people that feature in these awards presented shortly before Cup Day each year typify what Addington in general and Christchurch Casino NZ Cup Day in particular mean to the people of Canterbury. Addington is an iconic venue and Christchurch Casino NZ Cup Day is a cultural cornerstone to what makes spring time in the garden city so special. The individuals we have presented these awards to during my time hold all these same values in my eyes and Addington wouldn’t be Addington without their long-standing commitment.  I would also like to thank those I have worked closely with on a day to day basis in the last five and a half years, as without them none of our achievements would have been possible. Having had the privilege of working with many fine teams over the years, the team at Addington is by far the strongest I have had the honour to work with. The Club is in very good hands” The Board will commence the process of seeking a replacement for Dean immediately.  

After another satisfying financial performance in the 2015-2016 harness racing season, Addington is pleased to announce that total stakes and bonuses are set to rise over $400,000 for the upcoming 2016-2017 season to $8.1 million. New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club Chair Barry Dent comments, “A cornerstone of our current business model is to ensure regular and sustainable increases in returns to stakeholders are made whenever possible and with the last financial year being another good one for the Club we are pleased to be able to again reaffirm this approach for the upcoming 2016-2017 racing season”. He added, “This latest increase will see total stakes and bonuses rise to $8.1 million, with this amount up by 29% since 2012. With flat industry funding throughout this period, the funds for these increases have been predominantly sourced from strong performing non-racing activities conducted by the Club”. The focus of these increases sees the minimum stake set to rise to $8,000 in combination with opportunities to race for $13,000 available to all classes at most non-Premier Addington Raceway meetings. Eight Premier meetings will again be held with minimum stakes of $20,000 per race. Feature event increases include New Zealand’s richest race for trotters, the Haras Des Trotteurs Dominion Trot rising to $260,000 and the Woodlands NZ Pacing FFA also pushed up $10,000 to $260,000. Both events are scheduled to be held on Show Day, which clearly remains New Zealand’s second largest day of harness racing, behind Christchurch Casino New Zealand Trotting Cup Day. The now famous Met Multiplier Bonus of $7500 and Breeders Bonus of $500 per win have also again been confirmed for the 2016-2017 season subject to the normal terms and conditions. The 2015-2016 season saw nearly $310,000 paid collectively in bonuses to qualified connections. Dean McKenzie

A brief look at some of the happenings from the past week in the world of harness racing. POUTAMA CLOSES IN ON 100 Popular North Island junior driver, Andre Poutama moved to within striking distance of his 100th career winning drive with a victory on Reine Des Gitans on Friday night at Alexandra Park. The Pukekohe based junior took his season tally to 29, a personal best, in the process. Currently fourth on the national junior drivers’ premiership, Poutama is just two wins behind his closest rival, Craig Ferguson with less than a month of racing remaining in the season. MUSCLE MASS AVAILABLE DOWN UNDER Nevele R Stud were pleased to announce that they have secured the rights to provide frozen semen from outstanding trotting sire, Muscle Mass to New Zealand breeders this breeding season. The sire of the 2YO Ruby quinella last month in Custodian and Heavyweight Hero, Muscle Mass is expected to be in high demand and already Nevele R has insisted breeders book early as only a limited amount of semen is being made available to both New Zealand and Australia. LIVE TO TELL LEADING IRON HORSE Burnham pacer, Live To Tell, has one hand on the title of the 2015-2016 season’s Iron Horse. The Bruce Negus trained pacer, who raced twice at Forbury on Friday night, has lined up on 40 occasions so far this season - has won twice and placed on four occasions. She will race again on Thursday night at Addington as will her closest rivals, Hudson Sally who has had 38 starts. Hudson Sally is also nominated for the Oamaru meeting on Sunday. DUAL ROLE FOR ONE OVER DA MOON Brilliantly bred trotter, One Over Da Moon will be available to breeders this season. The highly talented square gaiter who won the Ashburton Trotters’ Flying Mile earlier this season will serve a dual role for his owners Lex and Heather Williams. As well as spending time in the breeding barn, he will also continue to race - initially with Paul Nairn before returning to the the North Island and into the care of Tony Herlihy. A son of brilliant mare, One Over Kenny, One Over Da Moon lacks for nothing in the breeding department and will hold strong appeal for breeders across Australasia. DJOKOVIC CHASING FOUR IN A ROW While his namesake might have bowed out of Wimbledon earlier this week, it’s full steam ahead for Djokovic on Friday night. The Luk Chin trained trotter will be looking to go one step further than the usual game, set and match when he shoots for his fourth consecutive win against a handy field of trotters at Alexandra Park. The son of Sundon will have his 80th start on Friday night. MILESTONE WATCH A number of horseman around the country are currently sitting close to notable milestones in their careers. Jimmy Curtin is just two wins shy of 1500 driving wins in New Zealand, Phil Williamson is four wins short of 500 while Dean Taylor is currently on 492 training wins. In the North Island, Steven Reid is on 990 career wins. On Friday night at at Forbury Park, popular Southland horseman, Brent Barclay reached 600 driving wins for his career with a double. He reached the target when he won the Forbury Sprint Series with Risk Factor before Bettor Go Hurry took him to 601 wins. SOUTH OF THE WAITAKI SERIES KICKS OFF Nominations for the first heat of the Macca Lodge Trained South of the Waitaki Series which is this Friday night at Addington are strong. 14 horses have been nominated for the event, which is open to horses who are three-year-old and older and handicapped at C1 and below prior to nominations closing for the first heat provided they were trained south of the Waitaki river prior to May 1 this year. There are three rounds of heats held over the month of July with an $11,000 final at the end of the month. The first ever series, held last season, was won by Tact Tate.   HRNZ MEDIA

Win, lose or draw on Friday night Andrew Faulks and Ray Warwick were assured a victory at Addington with Arran Chief. As the 100th horse to claim the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club’s incentive scheme, the Met Multiplier, the trainer and owner combination were guaranteed $7,500, but Faulks wanted, and knew he could get, the whole kit and caboodle. So that’s exactly what he did. On top of the $7,500 bonus, Arran Chief also collected a further $5,500 for their efforts when he made a mockery of his rivals in the feature trot of the night winning comfortably, with Faulks in the bike. “It didn’t surprise me, he’s actually been going good races behind some pretty nice horses,” Faulks said. “So I thought he could go pretty close if things went our way and that’s exactly how it panned out, we got the right trip and he felt great the whole way.” The Sundon gelding, who Warwick also bred, brought up the sixth win of his career from 36 starts. His four starts leading into Friday night had seen him beaten behind Destiny Jones, Le Reveur, Great Things Happen and Sunny Ruby so he was facing a notable drop in grade. That didn’t stop punters from letting him slide out to a $36 win price on the tote – a stunning price considering some of his recent performances. In order to qualify for the Met Multiplier horses are required to start at New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club meetings on 15 occasion and win once in a 12 month period. Arran Chief’s victory came last season when he won the Darren DeFilippi Memorial Trot in the hands of Jess Young. He won’t be eligible to return to defend the title this year, and Faulks isn’t exactly sure where he’s going to place him. “He’s up in the grades now. Every time he’s won he’s been only a couple of starts away from a drop back. “But we will find races for him here and there, he seems to really enjoy racing at this time of the year too which is good. “He’s got a few more wins in him yet I think.” Faulks’ good night on Friday extended to Sunday when he produced yet another upset winner in Alvira Hest. The talented trotting mare was subjected to a Ricky May special as she never past a horse inside the final 400m, coming from well off the speed up the inside of everyone to win clearing away in emphatic fashion. The daughter of Angus Hall now comes into serious contention for the Joan Belcher Fillies and Mares Speed Series with the win. Matt Markham

Arran Chief was the 100th winner of the Met Multiplier at Addington Raceway on Friday, 27 May. With a substantial total of 100 pacers or trotters having now won the Met Multiplier since inception in August 2012, means Addington has contributed $750,000 to this bonus scheme alone. The Met Multiplier was designed to encourage trainers to support the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club (NZMTC) with a lucrative incentive for the connections. To win the $7,500 Met Multiplier bonus, a horse has to only start at NZMTC meetings a minimum of 15 times over a 12 month rolling period and be placed 1st or dead heat for 1st in one of those qualifying starts. Addington’s Racing Manager Brian Rabbitt commented “the Met Multiplier has been a big winner for owners, trainers and the club.  We have seen an increase in horse numbers and our starter numbers continue to track above the national average which is a positive result.  Addington intends to keep the scheme going especially as more and more owners and trainers are seeing the merit in it.  Last Friday Night was a perfect example of this because if Gunpowder, Aveross Brachole, Clover Mac, Here We Go Again and Donegal Jimmy Dave had all won their race they would all be receiving the $7,500 bonus.” Full details and conditions of The Met Multiplier Bonus can be found under the Racing – Promotions and Incentives section or contact Brian Rabbitt or Richard Bromley at the Addington Racing Department on (03) 338 9094. Keryn McElroy Business & Marketing Manager Addington

Champion pacer Christen Me is likely to make his first start at Addington in more than seven months on Saturday. Trainer Cran Dalgety faces a nervous wait to see if a c4 to open class mobile over 1950m will get off the ground on Saturday but nominations are looking positive. The reigning horse of the year has missed the majority of the season with a lingering virus but Monday's impressive trial at Motukarara was further evidence he is close to being back to his brilliant best. The West Melton trainer said his star pacer was showing no ill effects from the virus. Christen Me made a sensational winning return in the Rangiora Classic on April 24 and is on track for the Group I Len Smith Mile at Menangle on June 26. "At this stage we are very happy with him, we'll just have to cross our fingers that he gets a start this week," Dalgety said. The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club had nine nominations for the race on Monday afternoon but the deadline was extended to 10am on Tuesday. There was some concern the inclusion of the more than $2 million earner may be enough to scare a couple of others away and the race is unlikely to go ahead with fewer than seven runners. There is an option the following week, but Dalgety is not so keen on the 3200m of the Winter Cup given Christen Me will be off a sizeable handicap. Dalgety said even if the 7-year-old son of Christian Cullen does gain a start on Saturday he is still likely to start in a lead-up race at Menangle a week before the Group I. Heading to the Queensland Carnival is a possibility if Christen Me can impress in Sydney. Dexter Dunn settled Christen Me at the rear of the six strong field in Monday's trial but followed up stablemate Lightning Mach in the running line with a lap to run, then sprinted home to win by a length over stablemate another Fifth Edition. Dunn gave the run his tick of approval. "He felt really good and he was nice and relaxed," he said. Christen Me paced the 2200m on the grit at Motukarara in 2:51.8 with a mile rate of  2:05.6 and closing sectionals of 56.8 and 28.8. Fifth Edition has not been sighted on race day since December 2014 due to suffering the effects of a bone chip but is likely to return before the end of the season.   Mat Kermeen

Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) has completed its review of the three licences held by Mr Mike Stratford. This follows his attempt to drive at the NZ Metropolitan Trotting Club race meeting on 11 September with a metal attachment to his whip. Following a review on 22 October, HRNZ has resolved to cancel Mr Stratford’s Advanced Amateur Horseman’s licence, Trials Horseman’s licence and Licence to Train. HRNZ believes animal welfare considerations are paramount to the sustainability and integrity of the harness racing industry. The actions of Mr Stratford fell below the expectations of a licence holder and HRNZ does not consider it appropriate that he holds a licence at the present time. Edward Rennell

The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club Inc. (NZMTC) has announced its annual result for the year ended 31 July 2015 in which it recorded an operating surplus of $274,371 after allowing for depreciation of $945,808. NZMTC Chairman Barry Dent said “this is our fifth consecutive annual operating surplus which assists the Club in building a sustainable financial environment for the benefit of all industry stakeholders.” This result was achieved whilst increasing returns to stakeholders by 9.5% during the 2014- 15 season with $7.55 million paid out in stakes and incentives. Further notable developments during the year included average starter numbers per race holding steady at 10.98 compared to a national average of 10.71, a record year reported from the Functions and Events Centre, the most commercially successful Cup Day in the Club’s history and the continued strengthening of our property portfolio to produce ongoing returns which underpin the long term financial performance of the Club. “These developments reflect our Strategic and Business Plans to future proof our Club,” Dent concluded. It was also extremely rewarding for the Club to be announced as the winner of the Retail/Hospitality Medium/Large Enterprise category at the prestigious 2015 Champion Canterbury Business Awards. This was a terrific thrill and due reward for a great 2014 calendar year, which was the timeframe being assessed. The Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 12 October 2015 at 5.30 pm. The Annual Report can be viewed at www.addington.co.nz Ged Mooar Marketing & Commercial Manager Addington

The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club is delighted to announce an increase in its minimum stake level to $7,500 effective from 1 November. Club Chairman Barry Dent commented “Due to a solid 2014-15 financial performance and a strong start to this season, the Club was eager to continue to increase returns to stakeholders who choose to support us.” “The substantial increases in stakes and bonuses in recent years at the Raceway have been funded entirely from non-racing revenue and in particular from the success enjoyed by the Club’s Events Centre and property related initiatives. This was further endorsed with the recent announcement of Addington Raceway and Events Centre as a winner of the Medium/Large Retail/Hospitality category at the prestigious Champion Canterbury Business Awards.” “Our continued focus is ensuring any increases in stakes and bonuses here at the Raceway are sustainable and stakeholders can rely on these to be continued into the future. We are all trying to build a stronger harness racing industry in New Zealand and the foundation for that objective must come from sustainable increases in returns to all stakeholders.” “With stakes and bonuses up 20% here at Addington since 2012, we are certainly trying our best to play a key role in building this base and this further increase in the minimum stake to $7,500 will, I am sure, be well received by all industry participants.” Ged Mooar Marketing & Commercial Manager Addington

Following eight successful running’s of the harness racing Seasonal Super Series held at Addington, the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club (Met) will stage a ninth Alabar Super Series on Friday 9 October 2015. As well as some prominent trainers including Robert Dunn, Terry and Glenys Chmiel, Ken Barron, Tim Butt, Jamie Gameson, Nigel McGrath, Brendon McLellan, Cran Dalgety, Robbie Holmes, Brendon Hill, Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen, Nathan Williamson and Phil Williamson cashing in, wins have been achieved by Peter Bagrie, Brian Fahey, Gavin Cook, Craig Edmonds, Alex Hastie, Barry Ford, Don Ross, Noel Taylor and Kevin Townley. The ninth 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 8 August 2015 – Stake $23,500  C1 to C2 pacers at 8 August 2015 – Stake $23,500  C0 to C2 trotters at 8 August 2015 – 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 9 October 2015, a horse must have started at least once at a Met meeting between 21 August 2015 and 2 October 2015. 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 on 12 February 2016 under like conditions. Full details and conditions are to follow and can be viewed www.addington.co.nz. Alternatively, please call Brian, Richard or Colin at Addington’s Racing Department on (03) 338 9094. Ged Mooar Marketing & Commercial Manager Addington

We are thrilled to announce that we are a finalist in the 2015 Champion Canterbury Business Awards, Retail/Hospitality category for a medium to large enterprise. One of three finalists we’re competing with Black Betty and High Country Salmon. New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club Chairman Barry Dent commented “this is a fantastic achievement for the organisation and staff and is one we will celebrate. The award is a culmination of a lot of hard work and effort from a lot of people across the business. There were a record number of entries this year and as Chairman I’m proud of the success.” The Awards ceremony where the winner will be announced is at Horncastle Arena on Wednesday 16 September. Ged Mooar  

24 February 2015 - Harness racing nominations closed recently with the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club for the running of the 2015 Group One New Zealand Oaks at Addington on Friday 15 May. At the time of closing 34 three year old fillies had been nominated for the prestigious event that this year carries a total stake of $150,000, an increase of $50,000 from 2013. Addington’s Racing Manager Brian Rabbitt was happy with the number of nominations. “The level of nominations was as expected for this important event. Our three year old filly crop this year is of high quality and we’ll be looking forward to hopefully carding a full field on 15 May.” Any horse not nominated, may upon making the first late entry fee of $750 plus GST per horse become eligible. This fee is due no later than 3pm NZ time on Monday 11 March. A fixed odds book on the nominations will be released by Stephen Richardson and his team at the TAB this Thursday around lunchtime. A full list of nominations can be viewed below Ged Mooar

A race with conditions outside of the square at Addington is scheduled for Show Day, Friday 14th November. The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club (The Met) is programming a new race on Show Day, exclusively for horses trained south of the Waitaki River for a stake of $20,000.  To be eligible to compete, horses must be registered in the name of a trainer(s) that is based south of the Waitaki River as at Friday 12 September 2014. Brian Rabbitt, Racing Secretary at Addington, commented “that this will be a race with a real difference with a Southern flavour and an opportunity to bring a new array of horses to Addington on one of our biggest meetings of the season. It’s all about utilising the horse population to our best advantage. With attractive stake money up for grabs we’re confident the race will be well supported and wouldn’t it be great to get back to the days when we saw a stack of horses come up from the South.” Richard Bromley and Ged Mooar of Addington were in the Southland area yesterday visiting prominent trainers including Murray Brown, Wayne Adams, Tony Barron, Clark Barron, Nathan Williamson, Hamish Hunter and Kirk Larsen. “The race has been very well received and we’re confident it will be supported,” said Mooar. The race is for four-year-old and older pacers assessed at C1 and C2 and is to be run over 2600 metres behind the mobile with a preferential barrier draw based on win stakes.  For further information please contact either Brian, Richard or Colin at Addington’s Racing Department on (03) 338 9094. Ged Mooar Marketing and Commercial Manager Addington

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  Townley. 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 www.addington.co.nz.  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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