Fast10 Horse Racing Update

Fast10 Horse Racing – it’s all go

The word is out and plans are well underway with QHR Ltd assisting Addington Raceway & Events Centre in promoting the world’s first Fast10 Horse Racing event being held at Addington Raceway on 20 December.

There has been a lot of work behind the scenes to ensure everyone in the industry will benefit from this exciting new horse racing extravaganza.

Get your groups together for your end of year function.

A couple of hours with 10 exciting sprint harness races, a sumptuous luncheon and after match entertainment on course. Book now on the Addington Event page link.

Pure racing, pure excitement, pure fun, Fast10 Horse Racing will be something that NZ horse racing has never seen before.

It will cater for everyone, from true racing enthusiasts, to a completely new fan base and also reignite the passion for those who may have fallen away.

There will still be lots for the experienced punter, but there will be some easy betting packages for those unfamiliar to betting.

New fans can follow lucky colours, with the brightly coloured saddlecloths and caps making your horse easily identified. The horses and drivers will be profiled as the heroes of the day.

An Information Stand will be set up at Addington after Cup Week to provide details to the trainers and drivers on how the event will run and what is expected to make this work.

This will also give them the opportunity to offer their thoughts and feedback.

If you have any questions about the event please contact

Glenn Hames

E: [email protected]

M: 027 203 2746


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