Sunday 8 September 2019

New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year AwardsBuy tickets

Time:           6pm

Location:    Ellerslie Racecourse, Auckland

Dress:         Black Tie

Tickets:     $220 per person, or $1,980 for a table of 10 (10% discount)

An evening of acknowledging achievements and saluting successes, the New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Awards is a glittering occasion where the industry celebrates the passion of our participants, the beauty of the horse and the glory of our sport.

Join us to toast the magic moments of the past season as we relive its highlights, acknowledge the deeds of our finalists and salute our winners.

Enjoy a great night out while entertaining clients and catching up with friends and colleagues, before dancing the night away. A night not to be missed!

Tickets available from iTicket.

For more information, please contact Mary Burgess on 027 615 5742 or by emailing [email protected] 

Click here to see the full list of this year's finalists, along  with past winners.

To help you make a weekend of it, we have secured a discounted rate at both the Novotel and ibis Auckland Ellerslie, just a short walk from the Awards venue.

Novotel Auckland Ellerslie & ibis Auckland Ellerslie
72-112 Green Lane East, Ellerslie, Auckland

The deal:  Receive 15% off the Best Unrestricted (Flexible) Rate of the Day
To book:  Click here

About the Awards
The Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Awards is New Zealand racing’s most prestigious and glamorous occasion, a celebration of success and excellence where racing’s biggest stars gather. Featuring more than 20 awards and culminating with the ultimate Horse of the Year accolade, the evening also includes fabulous entertainment, top quality wines and delicious cuisine.

The Thoroughbred Racing Awards was first held in 1991 and is held annually to recognise New Zealand's top performers, both equine and human, over the previous racing season. Each winner receives a beautiful bronze trophy designed by the internationally renowned sculptor, Gerard McCabe.