FROM THE PRESIDENT’S DESK

Happy New Year to Members.  May I wish you all a prosperous 2016 together with many winners.

As you are aware, the Association is in regular contact with racing participants in relation to all matters regarding ownership.

To this end I would like to clarify with members information received from the Australian Turf Club (ATC) in respect of the postponement of the barrier trails at Warwick Farm on 11 January 2016.

ATC Chief Executive Officer, Mr Darren Pearce immediately wrote to the Association to apologise for the circumstances which lead to the Warwick Farm barrier trials being postponed.  He assured us that the ATC would compensate any owner - and their stables - for any extra costs that have arisen from that postponement.

By way of background Mr Pearce advised that the ATC had been in discussions with the NSW Ambulance Service for some time about a new contract for paramedics, and use of their vehicles at ATC tracks, including for all barrier trials.  Essentially this revolved around having either a NSW Ambulance Service rapid response vehicle and paramedic, or a NSW Ambulance Service transport vehicle and paramedic, on course during trials.

Mr Pearce acknowledged that the ATC should have consulted with the industry about these new arrangements and communicated them before they took affect from 1 January.  Accordingly, the ATC have amended the policy and will ensure that a NSW Ambulance Service transport vehicle is present as a minimum requirement for all barrier trials.

As I close my column this month I would like to remind members that the Association is holding our first raceday function of the year at Royal Randwick on 13 February 2016 – Apollo Stakes Day (see item later in the newsletter) and look forward to welcoming you to the event.

 

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FEBRUARY RACEDAY FUNCTION



The Association will be conducting our first function for 2016, a raceday cocktail function at Royal Randwick Racecourse, on Saturday, 13 February 2016 – Apollo Stakes Day and you are cordially invited.

The function will take place in Suite E of the Randwick Ballroom which is located on Level 2 of the new grandstand.

The cost is $125.00 per person (including GST) and includes:-

  • Entrance ticket
  • Racebook
  • a substantial cocktail menu
  • ATC house beer, wine and soft drinks
  • RSA beverage waiter service
  • TAB facilities located in the north foyer on level 2
  • TV monitor for race viewing
  • Access to grandstand viewing area

 

If you are interested in attending, please complete the attached booking form and return to the NSWROA office by Friday 5 February 2016 by:

      Email:              nswroa1@ozemail.com.au
      Facsimile:         (02) 9299 3212
      Post:                GPO Box 1506, Sydney NSW 2001

 

2016 MAGIC MILLIONS SALE ROUND UP

 

Former NSWROA Committee member, Mr Louis Mihalyka of Laurel Oak Bloodstock, has made his annual trip to the Gold Coast for the 2016 Magic Millions Sale and has kindly prepared for the interest of members, the following item.

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The first sale of the Australasian yearling sale season has been and gone.

The Magic Millions presented a good catalogue and attracted a larger than normal international buying bench, which created massive demand for the most sought-after lots, with price increases filtering down to the rest of the sale.

The aggregate of $115,806,000 for the Premier Session proved to be the highest aggregate for a Southern Hemisphere yearling sale since 2008. The increased aggregate was helped by a new barn being built, which allowed 54 more horses to be catalogued, and 53 more to be sold.

The average price increased from $170,728 to $195,618 (14.6%), and the telling median price increased from $130,000 to $150,000 (15.4%).

The median tells you a lot about a sale because of the 746 lots catalogued (668 offered, 592 sold) for the Premier Session of the sale, half of them sold for $150,000 or more.

For Book Two, which was the Sunday selling, 199 sold (an increase of twenty from last year) for an aggregate of $12,333,500, a 25% increase from last year. The average increased from $55,101 to $61,977 (12.5%), while the median increased from $45,000 to $50,000 (11.1%). Indicative of the flow-on effect of the strong Premier Session was the fact that six lots sold for $200,000 or more, compared to only two last year.

Reflecting the changing landscape of Australian ownership the leading buyer in Book 1 was the China Horse Club with 21 purchases at an aggregate of $6,690,000. Next were the Gai Waterhouse/Julian Blaxland alliance with 23 purchases totalling $5,945,000 and James Harron Bloodstock with 8 purchases for $4,080,000.

The leading sires by average were Exceed And Excel ($364,545 for 11 sold), Snitzel ($329,688 for 48 sold) and Fastnet Rock ($328,333 for 30 sold). The first season sires were dominated by Pierro (average $262,568 for 37 sold) and All Too Hard (average $221,842 for 40 sold).

The sales top price lot was the Snitzel/Mirror Mirror colt sold by John Singleton’s Strawberry Hill Stud to Jadesky Racing/Gerald Ryan for $1.6million. In total there were six $1million plus sales.

Upcoming yearling sales are New Zealand’s Karaka Sale from 25 to 31 January and the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in Sydney on 6, 7 and 8 February.

 

CARRAZZO CONSULTING UPDATE: DATA MATCHING – HORSE RACING INDUSTRY IN THE CROSSHAIRS



The ATO has warned Accountants that they intend to request information from insurance providers in relation to life style assets including boats, planes and racehorses. The move follows the ATO amnesty to report relevant assets under ‘Project Do It’. This was a voluntary disclosure program that allowed taxpayers to disclose relevant international assets whilst being shielded from penalties and interest.

The Tax Office expects to receive 100,000 records on these assets. The disclosure of private information in respect of wealthy taxpayers has recently been in the spotlight in Parliament with laws being proposed to have taxpayers make public information in relation to their taxes. The move was blocked out of concern that this public disclosure may result in an increased risk of crimes perpetrated against these wealthy taxpayers. 

Why is the ATO targeting Racehorse owners?
The aim of the ATO is to get a more accurate assessment of a person’s wealth to ensure they have met their tax obligations. Wrongful GST registration and non-disclosure of capital gains on horse sales is sure to again be targeted for persons subject to this project.

The question we have here is whether the ATO is perhaps overstepping the mark by asking private insurance providers to disclose sensitive details to them about their wealthy clients. Historically, data matching by the ATO has predominately been with the State Revenue Offices and other Commonwealth authorities. The last data matching project the ATO undertook on our industry was from information primarily sourced from the leading selling agents and racing clubs.

The other potential problem with this latest data matching exercise is the intrinsically international nature of horse owning and racing. For instance, many insurance policies taken out on racing and breeding stock may be policies taken out in foreign countries.

This isn’t the first time the ATO has targeted the horse racing industry via a Data Matching project. Carrazzo Consulting was featured in a Financial Review article the last time the industry was in the crosshairs back in 2004. This article can be found on www.carrazzo.com.au. Needless to say, as leaders in horse taxation, we again stand ready to assist people who are, or could be, caught up in this latest project.

The information provided to us is from statements made by an ATO spokesperson to Fairfax media. The expansion of data matching is understood to be part of an extension to the existing data matching programs the ATO currently has on foot. If our enquiries with the ATO establishes more relevant specific information, we will again share this with you.

 

Prepared by:
BILL MAVROPOULOS CA, Senior Manager
CARRAZZO CONSULTING CPAs
Suite 102, 21 Bedford Street, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051

TEL:   (03) 9982 1000
FAX:   (03) 9329 8355
MOB: 0417 549 347

E-mail:: bill@carrazzo.com.au or paul.carrazzo@carrazzo.com.au
Web Site: www.carrazzo.com.au

DISCLAIMER

Any reader intending to apply the information in this article to practical circumstances should independently verify their interpretation and the information’s applicability to their particular circumstances with an accountant specialising in this area.

 

2016 MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL REMINDER

A reminder to members that 2016 membership renewal fees are now due.

Please note that if you renew your membership by Friday 5 February 2016, you are automatically entered into the “Early Bird” Membership Renewal Competition which has three great prizes on offer.

To those of our members who have already renewed your membership our thanks – your support of the Association is greatly appreciated.

 

BLACK OPAL STAKES RACEDAY – SUNDAY 6 MARCH 2016

 

The Canberra Racing Club has advised that it’s Black Opal Stakes Raceday is scheduled for 6 March 2016.

The $275,000 Mercedes-Benz Canberra Black Opal Stakes was upgraded to Group 3 in 2015 and Sunday 6th March 2016 is the second running at Group 3 level. The race is for two year olds at set weights and penalties over 1200 metres.

Other highlights on the program include the:-

  • $200,000 Listed TAB.com.au Canberra Cup a Quality Handicap over 2000 metres;
  • $125,000 Listed National Sprint an Open Quality over 1400 metres, and
  • $125,000 Listed Canberra Guineas for 3 year olds at set weights and penalties over 1400 metres.

In total the prizemoney for the program is $847,000.

Nominations for all races close at 11am on Tuesday 1st March 2016.

 

CARRAZZO CONSULTING UPDATE: GST & HORSE IMPORTS – DON’T GET CAUGHT OUT!



Over the past 30 years our racing and breeding industry has undergone an unprecedented period of “internalisation”, with many overseas bred stallions, mares and racehorses joining our ranks.

Unfortunately, during this period the GST came into being and we now have to consider the GST implications of the permanent, and at times, temporary, importation of thoroughbreds to our shores.

I’ve known of many players, especially hobby racehorse owners, who have been dealt a ‘rude shock’ when the GST has been added to the cost of the imported horse they’ve just acquired, a cost hobby owners cannot claim back. For those of you who are hobbyists and wishing to be part of the next gun ‘European staying import’, this article is a must read.

This article will focus on the main GST import issues to consider when importing horses to our country, especially when this form of GST applies, how it is valued and, importantly, how its cost can be avoided.

 

Overview of GST Import scheme

The key features of the GST importation regime are outlined below:

•  GST is payable on “taxable importations”;

•  the amount of GST is 10% of the “value of the taxable importation”;

This is the sum of the customs value of the goods (refer below), the cost  of international transport of the goods to their place of consignment, plus insurance, loading and handling to the extent that these costs are not already included in the customs value of the goods

•  importers pay GST on taxable importations irrespective of whether or not they are registered for GST;

•  GST is paid to Customs in the same manner that customs duty is paid
(unless deferral arrangements apply — in which case it is taken into account in determining the “net amount” for a tax period under the Business Activity Statement (BAS));

• importers are entitled to input tax credits where the goods are imported for a business purpose, the importation is a taxable importation and the importer is registered for GST; and

• input tax credits are taken into account in determining the “net amount  of GST’ for a tax period. They are therefore recorded on the importer’s BAS and set off against any GST payable for the period by the importer.

 

What is the ‘customs value’ of the horse?

As noted above, working out the ‘taxable importation” amount is the tricky bit with importations, the ‘customs value’ being the most subjective item in this valuation, a figure determined under the Customs Act.

In essence, the customs value is the ‘transaction value’, which is the price the importer actually paid (or is going to pay) for the horse. For example, the buyer and seller must be dealing with each other at arm’s length.

Example GST & Permanent Imports

Margiebuys a broodmare direct from a breeder in New Zealand for $100,000 (including insurance, freight and customs duty). The Australian Customs Service will collect $10,000 GST (10 per cent of $100,000) from Margie when the horse is imported. Margie could claim an input tax credit for the $10,000 GST she paid to Customs if he is registered for GST and he had bought the horse for her breeding and/or racing business.

Where the ‘transaction value’ cannot be used, say where a mare was acquired many years ago and she is in-foal at the time of entering the country, a ‘declared value’ by the importer at the time of entry is relied upon. Needless to say, Customs are relying on the good faith and honesty of the importer when this value is provided.

Temporary imports – special GST rules apply
The most common temporary imports we have are:

  • Racehorses coming to Australia to compete at major racing carnivals, or in Customs speak, ‘Special Events’ (e.g. Melbourne Spring carnival, ‘The Championships’ in Sydney);
  • Mares being imported to be serviced by an Australian Stallion and then sent back overseas; and
  • Shuttle Stallions coming to Australia only our Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

For racehorses, GST exemptions will be provided as long as the racehorse leaves the country within a specified time period, though the maximum time the exemption applies is 12 months and if the horse is not out by this time, an import GST liability will prima facie arise based on the ‘customs value’ at time of original import.
Re temporary importation of breeding stock, such as Stallions, Customs will not provide the exemption noted above for ‘Special Event’ racehorses, and GST will be paid upon their entry into Australia.

 

Import GST – FAQ

Q1. Can I get a GST refund for this import GST?

Answer

Yes, as long as you are registered for GST here in Australia.

Q2. How do I know how much Import GST I can claim?

Answer

Refer to the Customs documentation provided by your freight carrier, information that is often built into their Tax Invoice.

Q3. How and where do I disclose the GST Import tax in our BAS return?

Answer

A very common question and this is often not done correctly!

Just take the GST import tax for an item of breeding stock, say for example $10,000, and ‘gross it up’ by a factor of 11 and disclose the figure at item G11 of the BAS return, i.e. as a ‘non-capital’ acquisition, given that it does relate to the purchase of trading stock.

Per the above facts, $110,000 ($10,000 x 11) is disclosed at item G11.

Q4. As a ‘hobby’ racehorse owner, do I still pay GST Import tax on my latest overseas acquisition?

Answer

Yes, you are charged this tax regardless of whether you are a ‘hobbyist’ not conducting a GST ‘enterprise’.

Thank you!

The writer wishes to acknowledge the assistance of Cameron Croucher, Managing Director of Equine International Airfreight, and Rodney Gordon of Rohlig Logistics, for their valuable input in the writing of this article.

Please contact Paul Carrazzo on 03 9982 1000 if you wish for me to clarify or expand on any of the matters raised in this article.

DISCLAIMER

Any reader intending to apply the information in this article to practical circumstances should independently verify their interpretation and the information’s applicability to their particular circumstances with an accountant specialising in this area.

Prepared by:
PAUL CARRAZZO CPA
CARRAZZO CONSULTING CPAs
SUITE 102, 21 BEDFORD STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE, VIC, 3051

TEL:   (03) 9982 1000
FAX:   (03) 9329 8355
MOB: 0417 549 347

E-mail: paul.carrazzo@carrazzo.com.au
Web Site: www.carrazzo.com.au

 

INDUSTRY UPDATES

Hereunder for the interest of members are some recent industry items:

Gosford Race Club Appoints New Chief Executive Officer
Following the announcement that current Gosford Race Club Chief Executive Officer (CEO), James Heddo will be leaving to take up a senior role with the Australian Turf Club, the Board of Gosford Race Club (GRC) has announced that current Chief Operating Officer, Daniel Lacey will be appointed as Acting CEO of GRC immediately, taking over as CEO of GRC from Thursday, 18 February 2016 after Mr Heddo departs.  Mr Lacey has been employed at GRC since April 2014.

ATC appoints two new racing executives
The Australian Turf Club (ATC) has announced two senior appointments to its Executive team.  Mr James Heddo has been appointed Executive General Manager Racing, and Mr Steve McMahon has been appointed to the new role of Executive General Manager Strategic Development.   Both men will report to the ATC's Chief Executive Officer Darren Pearce with Mr Heddo starting his new role on 22 February and Mr McMahon on 1 February.

Racing Australia releases inaugural Annual Report 
In April, 2015 the Australian Racing Board (ARB), Racing Information Services Australia (RISA) and the Australian Stud Book (ASB) merged to establish Racing Australia thus fulfilling the long-time aim of a single national body with substantial assets and powers to regulate and develop the Thoroughbred Racing and Breeding Industry.  Racing Australia has now released an inaugural Annual Report for 2015 which is a first, as neither RISA nor the ASB had previously published annual reports. The Annual Report provides an extensive insight into Racing Australia's strategy, operations and financials.  Click here to view the Annual Report.

 

BOBS & BOBS EXTRA UPDATE


Update by Matt Jones, Racing NSW Media & Communications Executive

 

Kangarilla Joy rocketed up the BOBS Bonus scoreboard with a gritty victory at Rosehill for co-trainers Peter and Paul Snowden.  Kangarilla Joy was ridden by top hoop Blake Shinn and she beat home the impressive Bitburg by a short half head in a thrilling finish.  Miss Liffey led the field and shot clear in the straight by five lengths with Kangarilla Joy and Bitburg chasing.

Peter Snowden said the performance showed not just how talented the Lonhro filly was, but her toughness and will to win was exemplary.
 
‘’The way the race was run, with a tearaway leader, she was the one to take the field up and that’s always difficult when you’re trying to look after them and give them a soft run,’’ Snowden said.
‘’Blake rode her confidently and I noticed a lot more improvement in her.
‘’Any winning margin is a good margin as long as they win.’’

Shinn, arguably riding in the form of his life, said the three-year-old will only get better when she returns during the autumn.

‘’I had to chase a long way out and she was exposed from the 400m onwards,’’ he said.
‘’I came out of the speed battle to give her a chance and she beat a really promising horse in the top weight and she did it the tough way.
‘’She’s only going to improve and she has a bright future.’’

The $20,000 in BOBS Bonuses earned by Kangarilla Joy propelled her to second in the list with $30,000, behind leaders Herne’s Oak and Yankee Rose.

 

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS

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 December 2015


Owner

Meeting

Horse

J Abrahams

Rosehill

Ammirata

D Ackery

Hawkesbury

Game Pie (IRE)

D & Mrs K Ackery

Randwick

Torgersen (NZ)

G Altomonte

Kembla

Fabrizio

G Bachell

Canterbury

Selita

 

Kembla

Selita

S Bianchini

Goulburn

Prince of Destiny

P Braude

Taree (2)

Another Valley (2)

M Brown

Moree

Modest Hero

A Cardy

Canberra

Exhilarated

L Carpenter

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

P Carrazzo

Kembla

Fantasize

A Chiswick

Tuncurry

Hesco Gold

Mrs K & A Chrysiliou

Tuncurry

Wooden Take It

M Codling

Canterbury

Meteora Miss

F & Mrs C Cook 

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Goulburn

Dreadlock

 

Randwick (2)

Sir Bacchus

 

 

Torgersen (NZ)

 

Warwick Farm

Zatopaz (NZ)

F Crews

Kembla

Bold Adventure (NZ)

M Crismale

Kembla

Fantasize

M Einfeld

Kembla

Calm and Serene

Emirates Park

Canterbury

Wayed Zain

D & Mrs M Frew

Kembla

Trafalgar

Godolphin

Canterbury

Progressive

 

Gosford

Chamarel

 

Kembla

Asinara

 

Randwick (4)

Astern

 

 

Fitou

 

 

Medcaut (2)

 

Rosehill (2)

Fitou

 

 

Souchez

Gooree Pastoral Company

Dubbo

Minamahal

Gooree Stud

Mudgee

Pera Pera

 

Newcastle

Hot Streak

 

Randwick

Pera Pera

S Grant 

Canterbury (2)

Meteora Miss

 

 

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

G Harvey

Doomben (2)

Centre Pivot

 

 

Fontelina

 

Hawkesbury

Triple Ex

 

Randwick (3)

Felines

 

 

Rule The River (2)

Ms L Ingham

Hawkesbury

Danz The Man

 

Warwick Farm

Bold Beginning

I Johnson

Newcastle

Randiki

K & Mrs L Keady

Dubbo

Top Magic

Mrs D Kepitis

Hawkesbury

Danz The Man

 

Warwick Farm

Bold Beginning

Mrs D & P Kepitis

Canterbury

All Cerise

 

Warwick Farm

Labdien

Ms L Kerin

Tuncurry

Poppyanna

R Lapointe

Hawkesbury

Undoubtable

Laurel Oak Bloodstock 

Canterbury (2)

Meteora Miss

 

 

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

N Macdonald 

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

Ms N Mackay 

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

K Maloney

Doomben

Centre Pivot

 

Nowra (2)

Kylie's Fame

 

 

Sprout

Ms J May

Mudgee

First Alliance

D & Mrs M McLeish

Kembla

Trafalgar

Mrs M McLeish

Newcastle

El Novio

L & Mrs J Mihalyka 

Canterbury (2)

Meteora Miss

 

 

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

L A D Mihalyka 

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

G Mikhael

Hawkesbury

Game Pie (IRE)

N Moraitis, AM

Dubbo

Special Silk

 

Muswellbrook

Purity Miss

J Murphy 

Canterbury

Meteora Miss

Dato Tan Chin Nam

Canterbury

Colour of Money

P Nottage

Cessnock

Pure Tango

 

Gosford (2)

Pure Tango (2)

I Patrick

Kembla

Bold Adventure (NZ)

R Pegum

Warwick Farm

Miss Royale

Mrs C Pellegrino

Gosford

Don Pellegrino

J Rakic

Bathurst

Carluca

D Ramage

Canterbury

Colour of Money

P & Mrs R Richards 

Canterbury

Sir Bacchus

 

Randwick

Sir Bacchus

Ms J Ritchie 

Canterbury

Meteora Miss

G & Mrs G Stack

Gosford

Flash of Innocence

H & Mrs C Tighe

Quirindi

Aussie Intent

S van Eyk

Cessnock

Light on Ice

 

Gosford

Light on Ice

 

Randwick

Mr Entertainer

T & Mrs D Wallace, J & Miss H Wallace

Newcastle

Petrossian

 

Scone

Prime Suspect

 

Taree

Morado

Mrs V Williams

Hawkesbury

Star Wars (NZ)


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

The Honour Roll for the 2015-2016 season is as follows:


NSWROA Members
2015/2016 Black Type Honour Roll
Current to 31 December 2015


Category Race Name Horse Owner
G1 ATC Golden Rose Stakes Exosphere Godolphin
G1 ATC Epsom Handicap Winx Mrs D Kepitis
G1 ATC Flight Stakes Speak Fondly Gooree Stud
G1 ATC Metropolitan Handicap Magic Hurricane (IRE) Godolphin
G1 VRC Turnbull Stakes Preferment (NZ) Mrs D & P Kepitis, F & Mrs C Cook
G1 MVRC Cox Plate Winx Mrs D Kepitis
G1 VRC Coolmore Stud Stakes Japonisme Ms L Ingham, Mrs D Kepitis
G2 ATC Warwick Stakes Royal Descent G Harvey
G2 ATC Silver Shadow Stakes Speak Fondly Gooree Stud
G2 ATC Furious Stakes Speak Fondly Gooree Stud
G2 ATC Chelmsford Stakes Complacent Godolphin
G2 ATC Theo Marks Stakes Winx Mrs D Kepitis
G2 VRC Let's Elope Stakes Amicus Mrs D & P Kepitis
G2 ATC The Shorts Rebel Dane Laurel Oak Bloodstock, Mrs J Mihalkya, L Mihalyka, J Murphy, A Fitzgerald, P Kite, S Cook, N Parbery, G Zivkovic
G2 ATC Tea Rose Stakes Pearls Godolphin
G2 ATC Hill Stakes Preferment (NZ) Mrs D & P Kepitis, F & Mrs C Cook
G2 MRC Thousand Guineas Prelude Miss Gunpowder Dato Tan Chin Nam, D Ramage
G2 ATC Shannon Stakes Vashka Godolphin
G2 MVRC Stutt Stakes Sovereign Nation G Harvey
G2 ATC Roman Consul Stakes Exosphere Godolphin
G2 ATC Premiere Stakes Terravista N Couper
G2 VRC Blazer Stakes La Passe G Gereaux
G2 VRC Wakeful Stakes Ambience Godolphin
G3 ATC San Domenico Stakes Japonisme Ms L Ingham & Mrs D Kepitis
G3 ATC Up and Coming Stakes Shards Godolphin
G3 ATC Toy Show Quality Amicus Mrs D & P Kepitis
G3 ATC Run To The Rose Exosphere Godolphin
G3 ATC Ming Dynasty Quality Metallic Crown Ms L Ingham & Mrs D Kepitis
G3 ATC Sheraco Stakes Catkins Ms L Ingham & Mrs D Kepitis
G3 NJC Tibbie Stakes She's Clean Ms L Ingham & Mrs D Kepitis
G3 NJC Newcastle Cup Beyond Thankful (IRE) D & Mrs K Ackery, F & Mrs C Cook
G3 ATC Bill Ritchie Handicap Sadler's Lake Ms L Ingham & Mrs D Kepitis
G3 ATC Craven Plate Complacent Godolphin
G3 MRC Moonga Stakes Vashka Godolphin
G3 ATC The Nivison Nayeli G & Mrs D Kolivos
G3 MVRC Red Anchor Stakes Holler Godolphin
G3 VRC Lexus Stakes Excess Knowledge (GB) D Henderson
LR ATC Premier's Cup Magic Hurricane (IRE) Godolphin
LR WRC Wyong Gold Cup Beyond Thankful (IRE) D & Mrs K Ackery, F & Mrs C Cook
LR ATC Gimcrack Stakes Calliope Godolphin
LR ATC Dulcify Qualiry Ambience Godolphin
LR MRC Weekend Hussler Stakes Amovatio M Larmer
LR MRC Alinghi Stakes Vezalay M Larmer
LR City Tatts Club Lightning Handicap Dothraki G Harvey
LR City Tatts Club Cup Ruling Dynasty Gooree Stud
LR VRC Batman Handicap Hursley (NZ) G Harvey
LR BTC Ballarat Cup Junoob (GB) R Pegum
LR ATC Cup Telepathic (NZ) G Harvey
LR ATC Starlight Stakes Dublin Lass W & Mrs R Mula
LR BRC Lough Neagh Stakes Fontelina G Harvey
LR BRC Bernborough Handicap Centre Pivot K Maloney, G Harvey

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

 

NEXT TAB SADDLE-UP SUNDAY MEETING – 31 JANUARY 2016 – ALBURY RACING CLUB

 

The next TAB Saddle-up Sunday Meeting will be conducted by the Albury Racing Club on Sunday, 31 January 2016.

An exciting seven race card is scheduled with all races on the card having a BOBS bonus available.

Albury is a short flight south of Sydney or an enjoyable 5 hour drive through thriving NSW country towns.

Visit the website – www.gocountryracing.com.au  – for further information on the race meeting, accommodation and local activities to make a perfect weekend away.

 

GENERAL

Have your contact details changed?  Perhaps a new postal or email address?

If so, it would be greatly appreciated if you could contact the office in order for our records to be updated accordingly.

Yours in Racing
Ray McDowell
President
25 January 2016

 

NSW Racehorse Owners Association • GPO Box 1506, SYDNEY NSW 2001
Ph: 9299 4299 • Fax: 9299 3212 • E: nswroa1@ozemail.com.au • W: www.nswroa.com.au