KZN Breeders Own The Day

First race is off at 11h45

The KZN Breeders have led the field for many years and Hollywoodbets Greyville will host the 2019 renewal of their exclusive raceday today.

KZN Breeder AwardsWith stakes in excess of R2,6 million on offer and restricted to horses bred in the holiday province, it is a raceday where the KZN breeders give back to the supporters of their breeding industry.

While the feature – the only race to be run on the turf-  carries a stake of R1 million, the eight other polytrack races on the card will each carry a handsome stake of R200 000.

The connections of the first three horses past the post in each race will receive a voucher toward the purchase of a KZN-bred yearling at the KZN Yearling Sale next week.

KZN Breeders Club

The KZN Breeders Race Day will see the Hollywoodbets Greyville racecourse sporting the black and white dress theme in line with the ‘Proudly KZN’ brand and racegoers stand to win any of the spot prizes on offer.

An Instagram competition will be held on the day and 20 pairs of Vodacom Durban July tickets will be up for grabs in the Win-If-You-Lose Competition.

It is a great day for the public to join in sporting the colours of the province and enjoy a day at the races where the BraaiZone and the KidZone will be operating.

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