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NZB Ready to Run Incentive at Riccarton Park

NZB Ready to Run Incentive at Riccarton Park

New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance has partnered with Majestic Horse Transport, The Informant Online and the Canterbury Jockey Club to offer the winning trainers of two upcoming races at Riccarton Park a prize package deal to promote New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run Sale in November.

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New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance is sponsoring two races at Riccarton Park on 24 October and 11 November. The two winning trainers of these races will receive a Ready to Run Sale prize package that includes:

$500 towards personal travel and accommodation for NZB’s Ready to Run Sale
FREE New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance policy for a Ready to Run Sale purchase up to $40,000
FREE transport of a Ready to Run Sale purchase on Majestic Horse Transport to the trainer’s stable
A one year subscription to The Informant Online
The first race with the winning package attached is the $17,500 New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale 2YO 800m at Riccarton Park on Saturday 24 October. Nominations for the race close on Tuesday 20 October.

The second race with the winning package attached is the $30,000 New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale 3YO 1400m at Riccarton Park on Wednesday 11 November. Nominations for the race close on Friday 6 November.

New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs will be held on 18 & 19 November at Karaka with Breeze Ups commencing next week on Monday 19 & Tuesday 20 October at Te Rapa Racecourse. To order a catalogue or a DVD copy of the Breeze Ups that will be available from Friday 23 October, contact


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