NZTR Protocols for Training and Racing updated

20 May, 2020
With last week’s announced the easing of government’s COVID-19 restrictions, NZTR has worked with racing clubs in reviewed t

Facebook live with Bernard Saundry - 14 May

14 May, 2020
NZTR CEO Bernard Saundry went live on Facebook to answer questions from industry participants and discuss the latest topics.

Bernard's Briefing - 8 May 2020

8 May, 2020
Over the past few weeks we have been conducting a Facebook Live session on the LOVERACING.NZ Facebook page.  This has allowed some of our racing participants to send through questions

Facebook live with Bernard Saundry - 1 May

1 May, 2020
Replacing Bernard's Briefing this week, NZTR CEO Bernard Saundry went live on Facebook to answer key questions about the new stakes announcement and more.

Guidance on equine activities permitted under COVID-19 Alert Level 3

30 April, 2020
The following relevant information was provided among guidance issued today by the Ministry for Primary Industries.  NZTR also reminds all employers/businesses that they must have a C

Return to Racing stakes announcement for July 2020

30 April, 2020
NZTR can now provide clarity regarding funding for industry participants when racing resumes on 3 July.   With the assistance of working groups of trainers and

Industry to return under alert level 3

24 April, 2020
The Thoroughbred racing industry today received government approval for a return to training, trialling and racing under COVID-19 alert level 3.

Bernard's Briefing - 24 April

24 April, 2020
The industry has had plenty to digest this week with the release on Tuesday of draft calendar for the remainder of this season and a proposed calendar for the early part of the 2020-21 sea

Bernard Saundry Facebook live update

23 April, 2020
NZTR CEO Bernard Saundry went live on Facebook to answer key questions about the current state of the industry.

NZTR CEO Bernard Saundry latest update

22 April, 2020
NZTR CEO Bernard Saundry with a quick update on a few concerns the racing industry faces. Also, a reminder that Bernard will be hosting a Facebook live stream on Thursday 23 April to give the public a chance to ask questions.