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Gold Circle Implements Entry Fee

From 1 November 2017

Gold Circle have advised that with effect from 1 November 2017, an entry fee of R100 per horse for all minor races in KwaZulu-Natal will be implemented.

Should a horse be eliminated, R50 of this fee will be refunded.

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2 comments on “Gold Circle Implements Entry Fee

  1. Albert X says:

    Dear Sporting Post,

    Please ask your legal eagle Robert Bloomberg to explain:
    1.What gives Gold Circle or any other racing operator the right to implement an entry fee?
    2.What is the NHRA’s role in this new condition being implemented?
    3. What if an owner or trainer refuses to pay the entry fee on the basis that they were not consulted and it is just another money making exercise imposed on owners?
    4. Why is any amount needed to be paid by owners to enter horses?

    1. Editor says:

      We have asked Gold Circle Racing Executive Raf Sheik to respond

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