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Haunui Farm Still Sponsor Otaki-Maori Racing Club Group 1

Haunui Farm to Continue As Sponsor of the Otaki-Maori Racing Club Group 1

Otaki-Maori Racing Club is proud to announce a continued partnership with Haunui Farm for the sponsorship of the Haunui Farm Group One Weight for Age Classic 1600m for the next two seasons.

The Haunui Farm Group 1 WFA is consistently among the highest rated races in New Zealand with the past winners list reading as a who’s who of New Zealand racing highlighting the quality and strength required to win the Otaki-Maori Racing Clubs flagship race.

The Haunui Farm Group 1 WFA Classic 1600m race has been won in recent times by horses who have gone on and continued to excel at the elite level. The likes of Mufhasa, Culminate, Alamosa, Sir Slick and Darci Brahma can all boast victories in the race whilst 2012 winner Veyron also went on to win the Manco Easter Handicap Group 1 at Ellerslie.

“Haunui Farm General Manager Mark Chitty says, “we are delighted to continue our association with the Otaki-Maori Racing Club and look forward to seeing the Haunui Farm Group 1 WFA and indeed the Otaki-Maori Racing Club, continue to strengthen and grow. Our racing industry is facing some critical challenges and through our race sponsorships, we are prepared to play our part in ensuring greater returns to all industry participants in the future.

Otaki-Maori Racing Club President Doug Logan says “We are thrilled to announce Haunui Farm as the sponsor of the Haunui Farm Group 1 WFA Classic for the next two seasons. It is due to the generous support of sponsors such as Haunui Farm that the Otaki-Maori Racing Club is continually able to provide races of this calibre - for that we are very thankful to Haunui Farm & look forward to a great partnership going forward.”

The Haunui Farm Group 1 WFA Classic 2013 will be run at Otaki Racecourse Club on Saturday 23rd February 2013.

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