NZ Sires Stakes Nomination & Sustaining Payments

Closing Date July 1st 2018

Foal Nomination (2017 Foals)
Sires Stakes Series No.37 - Level A - $100.00
Nevele R Fillies Series No.43 - Level A - $100.00 (Both have a fully paid up option available)

Yearling Sustaining
Sires Stakes Series No.36 - Level B - $160.00
Nevele R Fillies Series No.42 - Level B - $160.00 (Both have a fully paid up option available)
PGG Wrightson Yearling Sales No.28 - Level U - $575.00 

3YO Sustaining
Sires Stakes Series No.35 - Level D - $300.00
Nevele R Fillies Series No.41 - Level D - $300.00
PGG Wrightson Yearling Sales No.27 - Level X - $575.00

Unless otherwise advised, remittance advices were emailed or posted to Owner 1 in the first week of June, so remember to check your emails. If you haven't received one, please contact the Sires Stakes Board ASAP.

Nominate and sustain now to be part of it all!

The Board is always investigating other opportunities to appeal to a wider class of horses.

Races like:

  • Nevele R Sires Stakes Southern Mares Classic
  • Magness Benrow Sires Stakes Northern Mares Classic
  • Haras des Trotteurs Sires Stakes Aged Trotters Classic
  • Garrard’s Sires Stakes 3YO Sophomore Classic
  • Rossland’s Sires Stakes 3YO Graduettes & Graduates
  • PGG Wrightson Harness 7000 – (3YO horses with a sire service fee of $7000 or less)
  • PGG Wrightson Uncut Gems 4YO + Older Pacers & Trotters

Post early as late fees will apply to payments post marked after closing date. 
Direct Debit Bank Account: 01 0798 0076791 21 – must be received by closing date. 
Any payments received after closing date will be subject to late extension fees.

For further information contact N.Z. Sires Stakes Board
Phone: (03) 964 1186 (Martin) or (03) 544 8820 (Doreen)
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]


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