All G1 future markets for 2019 out now

In this week’s Harness Half Hour Bookie update, Bookmaker Richard Wilson announced that all 2019 New Zealand harness racing Group One races are now open in the futures markets.

These are:

Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup

Airpark Canterbury Dominion Trot

Interdominion Trotting Final

Interdominion Pacing Final

New Zealand Free For All

New Zealand Trotting Free For All

New Zealand Sires Stakes Open Final

3yo Fillies Sires Stakes Final

Auckland Cup

National Trot

Queen Of Hearts

Caduceus Club Stakes 

These are all-in markets, no refunds.

Markets for the Hannon Memorial at Oamaru next Sunday are also open, with an exciting field expected in the North Otago feature race.

Spankem is the pre-nom win favourite currently at $2.70, with U May Cullect at $4.50 and AG’s White Socks, Classie Brigade and Ultimate Sniper joined third favourites at $5.50.

Richard also announced that they will be opening pre-nomination markets two to three weeks out from the race on all the key lead-up races to the Christchurch Casino New Zealand Trotting Cup and Airpark Canterbury Dominion Handicap. 

All bets on runners in these markets that don't nominate will be refunded.

Tentative list of key lead up races and race dates:

Hannon Memorial (Oamaru - G3 - Pacers) – 22 September – Winner and Top3 options now open

D G Jones Trotting Cup (Motukarara - G3 - Trotters) – 29 September

Canterbury Classic (Addington - G2 - Pacers) – 4 October

Canterbury Trotting Cup (Addington - G3 - Trotters) – 4 October

Methven Cup (Methven - G3 - Pacers) – 13 October

Ashburton Flying Stakes (Ashburton - G2 - Pacers) – 28 October

Ashburton Flying Mile (Ashburton - G3 - Trotters) – 28 October

Kaikoura Cup (Kaikoura - G2 - Pacers) – 4 November

South Bay Trotters Cup (Kaikoura - G3 - Trotters) – 4 November

To view the markets follow this link 


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