Attention all breeders

Application forms to register this season’s foals were posted in late November to the person who according to our records is the first named owner (or lessee) of any mare for which there is a 2016/2017 service record.

If you have not received an application form and believe you should have please contact this office.

Remember the cost of registration is $150 per foal if application and payment is made by 1st June 2018. After that the fee increases.

The form and fees should be sent in even if you do not have all the details required on the form. These can be supplied as and when they become available. This also applies to unbranded foals.

Payment Options include:

Cash, cheque, credit/debit card, EFTPOS, Telegraphic Transfer, internet banking and via MyHRNZ.

Account number for payments: Westpac 03-0802-0338257-000

Should you choose to pay by Telegraphic Transfer our swift number is WPACNZ2W, branch details: Sydenham Branch, 443 Colombo Street, Sydenham, Christchurch.

Please remember to add the bank fee.

If paying by internet banking please use your customer number (this appears above your name on the application form) and the mare(s) name(s) as references

With MyHRNZ you can pay by Account 2 Account (A2A) direct from your bank account or by credit/debit card. Please identify your mare(s) in the notes section.

Foal Registrations                                                      Phone 03 964 1200

HRNZ                                                                           Fax     03 964 1205

P O Box 459                                                                Email  [email protected]

Christchurch 8140                                                     Email  [email protected]


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