It's now permitted for anyone to go to race meetings anywhere around the country, though there is still some important information you need to know.
If you are feeling unwell, have symptoms of Covid-19 or you or a household member have tested positive to COVID 19 you must not be attending race meetings, trials or work-outs.
There are many options for people wanting to go to the races this weekend, including Dunedin and Auckland today, Addington tomorrow and Motukarara on Sunday.
With the new Traffic Light system coming into place on December 3, Harness Racing New Zealand wants to clarify the situation around who’s allowed on-course, and who’s not.
What the new Traffic Light System means for you for workouts, trials and race meetings.
From December 3 everyone aged 12 years and over will have to fully vaccinated to be allowed on-course at any racing event anywhere in the country unless MOH exempt.
To assist trainers, breeders or owners in moving horses between Alert Levels here's a list of HRNZ (pending approval) commercial float operators
"Delta" Alert Level 2 will see some changes to how race meetings are held. . .
Useful updates and information from HRNZ can be found here to help you through the latest COVID-19 outbreak.