I start my column this month by thanking those of our members who voted in our recent election of directors which was a first for the Association. It gives me much pride that the Association continues to grow in leaps and bounds and that our members are keen to have a voice in our operations.

I would like to congratulate all elected directors (see separate item on Annual General Meeting) and to thank the unsuccessful candidates for their interest and support of the Association by standing as candidates in the election.

It also gives me great pleasure to confirm that former Director, Mr Michael Kissane, has been awarded Life Membership to the Association for his exceptional service to NSWROA.

Mr Kissane who served for just on 13 years during his two stints on the Committee, provided valuable counsel to the Committee. I extend my personal congratulations and thanks for the wonderful contribution he made to the Association.

Michael and Robyn Kissane

The Association continues to work tirelessly to advance the interests of our members. As I stated at the Annual General Meeting, a number of NSWROA initiatives have come to fruition in the past twelve months but sadly the Association did not receive the credit it so richly deserved. Nevertheless, the Committee will continue to “fight the good fight” on behalf of our members. We currently have a number of issues in train that are progressing well which hopefully I can inform you about next month.



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The forty-sixth Annual General Meeting of the NSW Racehorse Owners Association Limited (ACN 000 498 859) was held at The Rugby Club, Rugby Place, Off 31A Pitt Street, Sydney, 3rd Floor – Barbarian Room on 30 May 2011 at 6.00 pm.

As members are aware, an election and ballot was held for the position of directors and votes received were counted at the Annual General Meeting.

I am pleased to confirm that Messrs John Vouris, Christopher Keogh, Peter Beer, Louis Mihalyka, Tom O’Callaghan and Ms Julia Ritchie were elected. They join Ms Narelle Anderson, Mr Michael Inglis and Mr Ray McDowell on the nine person NSWROA Committee.

Our thanks to members who voted and to those who attended the meeting and stayed on for refreshments.


Following the election of the Committee at the 46th Annual General Meeting of the NSWROA on 30 May 2011, an election of office bearers took place at the June Committee Meeting with the following results:

President: Ray McDowell
Vice President: John Vouris
Secretary: Michael Inglis
Treasurer: John Vouris


A reminder that the annual Paul Carrazzo Sydney Tax Seminar will be conducted on Tuesday 21 June 2011 at the William Inglis & Son complex. Topics to be covered include:

• New Horse Loss Rules
• Horse Tax Planning
• Capital Gains Tax and GST
• Breeding Property Taxation
• Tax Cases and Budget Update
• Stock write-downs
• Horse Deductions
• 50% Tax break and racing
• Business v Hobby – what now?

Light refreshments will be served and a special discounted
rate of $110.00 is applicable for NSWROA members.



As any racehorse owner knows, there’s nothing more frustrating than having a horse accepted for a race meeting and then hearing the meeting has been called off because of bad weather.

Rain has had a huge impact on racing and on owners’ finances this season, and that can be demonstrated quite simply through the figures for BOBS bonuses.

By the end of May, 838 BOBS bonuses had been won, worth $5,665,000. After the deductions are taken out for the stallion nominator, trainer and Jockeys’ Association, that’s $4.5 million which has been paid to winning owners over and above the regular prize money. Which is wonderful!

However I was surprised to see that at the same time last year there had been 892 bonuses awarded, worth an additional $130,000. Why the fall in both number and value?

A quick check of the season’s fixtures showed that 54 race meetings had been washed out – and coincidentally, the number of BOBS bonuses was down by 54. Had those meetings not been hit by bad weather it’s quite likely as many as 80 BOBS bonuses would have been won, perhaps worth $300,000.

The good news is that June and July are historically the two months of the year when the largest number of bonuses are won, so, weather permitting, owners are in for a good finish to the season.

This is also the time of year for owners to make sure they enter their young horses for BOBS and BOBS Extra. By now many yearlings will have been broken in and their potential assessed.

The entries for both BOBS and BOBS Extra close on 1 September 2011, with a fee of $660 for BOBS, an additional $840 for BOBS Extra if you opt for that scheme as well. If you miss the deadline you’ll face a late entry fee for BOBS of $5500 and there’s no possibility of having your horse nominated for BOBS Extra.

Is BOBS Extra worth it? After the first 10 months of this season Racing NSW had paid out $605,000 for 87 BOBS Extra bonuses, for 4-year-olds winning over 1600 metres and longer. 19 of those wins were for maidens, so their owners’ patience was certainly rewarded.

As BOBS Extra grows season by season it will add more and more value to the older, middle distance or staying racehorses, extending their careers and strengthening competition in those events.

Finally, a reminder to anyone who bought a yearling this year: If it said “BOBS Eligible” in the catalogue, that doesn’t mean the horse is automatically nominated – the owner must still fill out the nomination form and pay the fee. By 1 September!

For further information please contact John Gatfield, BOBS Executive Officer, Racing NSW on telephone: (02) 9551-7574.


NSWROA is, once again in 2011, proud to be hosting Racing’s Night of Champions, the most prestigious charity award’s night in Australian racing.

Racing’s Night of Champions will be held in the Randwick Pavilion at Royal Randwick Racecourse on 11 August 2011 and NSWROA cordially invites you to join us for the evening.

With the theme of “The New Era in Racing”, this event will pay homage to the best New South Wales Racing has to offer in recognising the achievements of both horses and their humans.

This year NSWROA is proud to be supporting the Vincentian House KEEP Program, a Special Work of the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW as our charity of choice at Racing’s Night of Champions.

KEEP (Kids Engaged in Education Program) is underpinned by seven strategies that aim to break intergenerational cycle of poverty and disadvantage and offer a range of targeted support for children and young people who are staying at Vincentian House – a crisis accommodation and case management service for homeless families.

One of the many highlights of the night will undoubtedly be our feature entertainment which will be provided by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, Jimmy Barnes.

What can be said about Jimmy Barnes that hasn’t been said before? Regarded as the elder statesman of Australian rock ‘n’ roll, Jimmy Barnes has carved out the most successful solo career of any performer in Australian rock history - producing nine Number One albums. Jimmy works tirelessly for various charities, particularly those caring for children and disadvantaged people in the community. He continues to tour internationally and throughout Australia; his current album is ‘Rage and Ruin” recorded in the USA. Jimmy Barnes is a multi-platinum, multi-ARIA Award winning Artist and a bona fide Australian icon.

Racing’s Night of Champions is, without doubt, the best value night out you can have. For the low admission price of $198.00 per person you receive:

• a sumptuous 3 course meal
• fine wines and beverages; and
• feature entertainment by one of the biggest names in the Australian industry.

You will find it very hard indeed to get such value for money from any other event and by attending you are also assisting the Vincentian House KEEP Program.

So why not treat yourself to a great night out and at the same time show your support for Vincentian House.

In addition, in order to assist guests travelling to the function, NSWROA has arranged for a return bus service between Rosehill and Randwick.

For further information regarding the Racing’s Night of Champions, visit the NSWROA website or click here to view the latest flyer for the event.


A WINNER – there are no better words for an owner to hear!

As members are aware, as part of our membership renewal process, NSWROA requested members to forward the names of their racehorses in order for us to acknowledge their racing triumphs in our publications.

The listing under comprises wins recorded in New South Wales as well as Australian black type successes which are recorded in bold type.

Accordingly, hereunder are the lucky NSWROA members who had winners in May 2011:

Owner Meeting Horse
J Abrahams Canterbury Legsman (NZ)
G Altomonte Kembla Brightest
  Randwick Brightest
N Blizard Canterbury Legsman (NZ)
C Battese Morphettville Shadows In The Sun
S Bourke Randwick Surge Draw
P Braude Port Macquarie Al Be Swift
  Taree Al Be Swift
C Burt Randwick Surge Draw
B Carlstein Randwick Surge Draw
A Cardy Wagga (2) Strictly Business
    How Much My Love (NZ)
P Carney Randwick Surge Draw
P Carter Randwick Surge Draw
J Clark Wagga Lycra Lass
M Codling Randwick Surge Draw
A Collins Bathurst Dreamwinner
C & Mrs M Conners Kembla Conahan (NZ)
F Cook Randwick Foreteller
F & Mrs C Cook Canberra Christmas Island
  Warwick Farm Wazn (IRE)
R Crethar Randwick Surge Draw
F Crews Scone Tullamore (NZ)
M Crismale Bathurst Spin Stefani
  Warwick Farm Old Bill (GB)
Mrs B Cummings Morphettville Shadows In The Sun
S & R Dickerson Goulburn Goodfeeling
Mrs A Edwards Tamworth Chomp
Ms S Egeberg Gosford Squire Ted
W Estephan Queanbeyan Security Sam
  Wagga Not A Dancer
A Fitzgerald Queanbeyan Dab Touch
G Fraser Wyong Belle Fleur (NZ)
Mrs K Fraser Queanbeyan Dab Touch
D Fuller Randwick Subarc
A Gow-Gates Warwick Farm Night Fever
M Graham Randwick Surge Draw
G Harvey Doomben Fontelina
  Newcastle Flying Gerry
  Randwick Patio
The Hon T Hughes, AO Canberra (2) Party Dress (2)
S Humphries Randwick Surge Draw
S Iskander Doomben Humma
J Jackson Kembla Ordini
M Johnston Randwick Surge Draw
D Kelly Randwick Surge Draw
J Keough Wagga Lycra Lass
Laurel Oak B'stock Queanbeyan Dab Touch
  Randwick Surge Draw
R & M Lazarus Dubbo Sutton Princess
R K Lees & L Hoyle Ballina Eye Might (NZ)
  Grafton Eye Might (NZ)
Mrs L Locke Nowra Gunna Happen
R Lucas Newcastle Flaming Circle
L Macri Warwick Farm Old Bill (GB)
J R Mallam Kembla Pteryon
Ms J May Canterbury Nekotori
R McDowell Queanbeyan Ultimate Gaze
  Wagga Ultimate Gaze
J Middleton Canberra (2) Dancing Doll
    Pray To God
  Wagga Amarli
  Warwick Farm Mambo Flyer
L Mihalyka Queanbeyan Dab Touch
  Randwick Surge Draw
R Milne Wagga Jewel Colours
N Moraitis, AM Warwick Farm Power to Surprise (NZ)
P Morrison Kembla Shot o' Music
A Moulding Taree Danes Bullet
W Mula Warwick Farm Old Bill (GB)
Ms K Nivison Nowra In Top Gear
  Tamworth Rhyolite
J W & Mrs H North Boorowa Lovable
R Pegum Gold Coast My Kingdom of Fife (GB)
  Rosehill Miss Marx
S Prakash Randwick Surge Draw
Ms J Ritchie Scone St Augustine
  Warwick Farm Song Shan
G Rogerson Newcastle Flying Gerry
Sheikh Mohammed Canterbury Classics
  Doomben (4) Beaded
    Free Wheeling
  Flemington Euryale
  Gold Coast Divorces
  Gosford Fraganza
  Hawkesbury Embarrassed
  Randwick Yulalona
  Rosehill Khas Kura
  Scone (3) Dysphonia
Stratheden Stud Newcastle Flying Gerry
J L Thompson Rosehill Fibrillation
H W Truscott Hawkesbury Striving
S van Eyk Hawkesbury Nayana
J & Mrs A Vouris Queanbeyan Ultimate Gaze
  Wagga Ultimate Gaze
T W, Mrs D, J W & Miss H Wallace Newcastle Select Trade
  Scone Empress Milly
M Whitby Doomben Scarlett Lady (NZ)
  Wagga Marjenine
  Warwick Farm Old Bill (GB)
G Williams Rosehill Miss Marx
D Wilton Newcastle Flying Gerry
R Wise Queanbeyan Dab Touch
M Yates Queanbeyan Ultimate Gaze
  Wagga Ultimate Gaze
L Young Kembla Acacia Alba

Another feature in the Newsletter is the 2010/2011 NSWROA Member’s Black Type Honour Roll which acknowledges the success of members in the black type arena.

The Honour Roll, as at 31 May 2011 is as follows:


2010/2011 NSWROA Members Black Type Honour Roll
Current to 31 May 2011

Race Name Horse Owner
G1 MRC Underwood Stakes So You Think (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G1 AJC Flight Stakes Secret Admirer J & Mrs T Muir
G1 AJC Spring Champion Stakes Erewhon Sheikh Mohammed
G1 MRC Yalumba Stakes So You Think (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G1 MVRC W S Cox Plate So You Think (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G1 VRC L K S Mackinnon Stakes So You Think (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G1 VRC Myler Classic Sacred Choice G M Fraser & Mrs K A Fraser
G1 WATC Railway Stakes Gathering Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
G1 MRC Blue Diamond Stakes Sepoy Sheikh Mohammed
G1 ATC Chipping Norton Stakes Danleigh K & Mrs R Leonard
G1 ATC Coolmore Classic Aloha G Harvey
G1 ATC Golden Slipper Stakes Sepoy Sheikh Mohammed
G1 ATC Sires Produce Stakes Helmet Sheikh Mohammed
G1 ATC Doncaster Handicap Sacred Choice G & Mrs K Fraser
G1 ATC Champagne Stakes Helmet Sheikh Mohammed
G1 ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes My Kingdom of Fife (GB) R Pegum
G1 SAJC SA Derby Shadows in the Sun Mrs B Cummings & C Battese
G1 BRC Doomben 10,000 Beaded Sheikh Mohammed
G2 AJC Warwick Stakes Metal Bender (NZ) D Fuller
G2 MRC Memsie Stakes So You Think (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G2 VRC Let's Elope Stakes No Evidence Needed Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
G2 STC Research Stakes Trim Sheikh Mohammed
G2 STC Premiere Stakes Hot Danish A E Curtis
G2 AJC The Shorts Hot Danish A E Curtis
G2 VRC Blazer Stakes Palacio de Cristal G Harvey
G2 MVRC Moonee Valley Gold Cup Precedence (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G2 ATC Southern Cross Stakes Sister Madly Mrs B Cummings
G2 ATC Light Fingers Stakes Obsequious Sheikh Mohammed
G2 ATC Apollo Stakes Melito J & D Rippon
G2 ATC Surround Stakes Parables Sheikh Mohammed
G2 ATC Todman Stakes Smart Missile Gooree Pastoral Company
G2 ATC Magic Night Stakes Altar Sheikh Mohammed
G2 ATC Ajax Stakes Pureness G Altomonte
G2 GCTC Hollindale Stakes My Kingdom of Fife (GB) R Pegum
G2 BRC Champagne Classic Free Wheeling Sheikh Mohammed
G3 AJC Missile Stakes Love Conquers All N Moraitis, AM
G3 AJC San Domenico Stakes Obsequious Sheikh Mohammed
G3 AJC Silver Shadow Stakes Parables Sheikh Mohammed
G3 AJC Up and Coming Stakes Blackball Sheikh Mohammed
G3 MRC Naturalism Stakes Rainbow Styling (NZ) N Moraitis, AM
G3 MRC Tranquil Star Stakes Divorces Sheikh Mohammed
G3 STC Gloaming Stakes Retrieve Sheikh Mohammed
G3 MVRC JRA Cup Precedence (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
G3 AJC Bill Ritchie Handicap Drumbeats Sheikh Mohammed
G3 AJC Craven Plate C'Est La Guerre G Rogerson
G3 MRC Norman Robinson Stakes Retrieve Sheikh Mohammed
G3 VRC Lexus Stakes Maluckyday (NZ) N Moraitis, AM
G3 MRC Blue Diamond Prelude (C&G) Sepoy Sheikh Mohammed
G3 MRC Hyderabad Stakes Beaded Sheikh Mohammed
G3 TRC Hobart Cup Bid Spotter G Rogerson & G Harvey
G3 VRC C S Hayes Stakes Bullbars Sheikh Mohammed
G3 VRC PDF Food Services Stakes Aloha G Harvey
G3 ATC Sweet Embrace Stakes Shared Reflections Gooree Pastoral Company
G3 ATC Randwick City Stakes Saint Encosta Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
G3 ATC T L Baillieu Handicap Do You Think Dato Tan Chin Nam
G3 ATC Star Kingdom Stakes Swift Alliance Gooree Pastoral Company
G3 ATC Kindergarten Stakes Anise Sheikh Mohammed
G3 ATC Carbine Club Stakes Needs Further Gooree Pastoral Company
G3 ATC Royal Parma Stakes My Kingdom of Fife (GB) R Pegum
G3 SAJC Chairman's Stakes Kittems G Harvey
G3 BRC Chairman's Handicap Humma S Iskander
G3 BRC Glenlogan Park Stakes Kanzan Sheikh Mohammed
G3 BRC The Roses Scarlett Lady (NZ) M Whitby
LR VRC Aurie's Star Handicap Elusive Touch P Silvestro & M Continibali
LR MRC Quezette Stakes Panipique Ramsey Pastoral Company
LR AJC Toy Show Quality Hcp Illuminates G Harvey
LR STC Premier's Cup Snow Alert Stratheden Stud
LR WRC Mona Lisa Stakes Brasileira Sheikh Mohammed
LR AJC Dulcify Quality Handicap Yulalona Sheikh Mohammed
LR AJC The Nivison Marquardt (NZ) Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
LR AJC NSW Breeders Plate Smart Missile Gooree Pastoral Company
LR AJC Angst Stakes Lovemelikearock Mrs B Cummings
LR VRC Doncaster Stakes Territory Sheikh Mohammed
LR VRC Maribyrnong Trial Stakes Sepoy Sheikh Mohammed
LR VRC Superstable Stakes Gathering Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
LR SAJC Hill Smith Stakes Kittens G Harvey
LR AJC City Tattersalls Club Cup Maluckyday (NZ) N Moraitis, AM
LR AJC Governor Macquaire Cup Celts Sheikh Mohammed
LR GRC Geelong Classic Milestone Sheikh Mohammed
LR MVRC Arrow Training Services St. Zubbaya Sheikh Mohammed
LR VRC Lexus Hybrid Plate Palomares Sheikh Mohammed
LR VRC Bundaberg Distilling Co St. Tagus Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
& G Harvey
LR VRC Myer Spring Fashion Stakes Backgammon Sheikh Mohammed
LR HRC Ladies Day Cup Kanzan Sheikh Mohammed
LR MRC Summond Stakes Happy Hippy Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
LR MRC Merson Cooper Stakes Dinner Date G Harvey
LR STC Festival Stakes Dysphonia Sheikh Mohammed
LR STC Christmas Cup Bellagio Wynn D Farnham
LR AJC Razor Sharp Handicap Swift Alliance Gooree Pastoral Company
LR MRC Lord Stakes Aloha G Harvey
LR Tattersalls Club Cup Spinney Sheikh Mohammed
LR MRC Doveton Stakes First Command L Macri
LR STC Canterbury Classic Pinwheel Sheikh Mohammed
LR TRC Elwick 2YO Stakes Chinchilla Sheikh Mohammed
LR TRC Hobart Guineas Ludka Sheikh Mohammed
LR MRC Blue Diamond Preview (C&G) Sepoy Sheikh Mohammed
LR MRC Chairman's 2Y0 Stakes Atomic L Macri
LR VRC Talindert Stakes Anevay A Gow-Gates
LR SAJC Queen Adelaide Stakes Chinchilla Sheikh Mohammed
LR ATC Triscay Stakes Kiss From A Rose Gooree Pastoral Company
LR VRC TAB 50th Birthday Stakes Launay Sheikh Mohammed
LR CRC Canberra Guineas Kudakulari (NZ) Dato Tan Chin Nam
LR CRC National Sprint Lebrechaun W Estephan
LR ATC Sky High Stakes Older Than Time Gooree Pastoral Company
LR ATC Epona Stakes Galizani Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
LR ATC N E Manion Cup Bid Spotter G Rogerson & G Harvey
LR TOOTC Toowoomba Cup Humma S Iskander
LR ATC Fernhill Handicap Darci Be Good (NZ) P de Vries
LR HRC The Darlkey Crown Kanzan Sheikh Mohammed
LR SAJC Oaklands Plate Isopach Patinack Farm Racing Syndicate
LR GCTC Gold Coast Bracelet Divorces Sheikh Mohammed
LR SRC Scone Dup Dysphonia Sheikh Mohammed
LR BRC Hamden Stakes Benfica Sheikh Mohammed
LR SRC Dark Jewel Classic Shannara Sheikh Mohammed
LR VRC Gibson Carmichael Stakes Euryale Sheikh Mohammed
LR BRC The Phoenix Fontelina G Harvey

What great results! Congratulations to all! Don’t forget to forward the names of your racehorses to the NSWROA office.


If you have you recently moved, changed your postal address or obtained an email address, it would be greatly appreciated if you could contact the office in order for our records to be updated.

Yours in Racing
Ray McDowell, President
20 June 2011


Inglis will be conducting a “Breeding Thoroughbreds for Commercial Sale” seminar at Newmarket on Tuesday 21 June following the TVN First Season Sire Showcase.

All new bloodstock investors and existing breeders looking to gain an edge in the world of thoroughbred trading are invited to attend the free event.

As Australia’s leading thoroughbred auctioneers for over a century, Inglis is well positioned to provide independent insight into crucial elements of commercial thoroughbred breeding such as the auction environment, market trends, buyer behaviour and new industry innovations.

Topics to be discussed include:

• Breeding for the sale ring
• Mare selection
• Stallion selection
• First season sires v’s proven Sires
• Inglis selection policy for yearling sales
• The sales process explained
• How to optimise your selling strategy

Inglis’ bloodstock staff will also be on hand to discuss any other topics you may wish to raise.

Through sharing valuable knowledge the seminar aims to reduce the risks and increase the returns for new and existing participants in their ventures in the Australasian commercial thoroughbred breeding industry.

Inglis Newmarket Restaurant, 1 Young Street Randwick

Tuesday 21 June 2011
5pm – 6pm
(Following the TVN First Season Sire Showcase)

All are welcome to attend the First Season Sire Showcase prior to the seminar. This will be held in the Sales Ring at 3.30pm on Tuesday 21 June.

If you have any questions, please phone Jonathan D’Arcy on (02) 9399 7999 or email


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