NHA Rules – Have Your Say

Closes at midnight on 5 June

The National Horseracing Authority invites all stake holders and members of the public for comments on proposed amendments to the Rules.

The associated proposed amendments to the Rules have been published on the NHA website and open for comment from 22 May 2023 until midnight South African Standard Time (SAST) on 5 June 2023.

As a reminder, to access the proposed amendments to the Rules and to comment thereon, kindly go on to the NHA website (www.nhra.co.za) landing page, under RULES & CONSTITUTION or under RACING INFORMATION tabs for “Rules & Penalty Guidelines Comments”.

Step 1:    Register

Step 2:    Confirm email (click link sent on email)

Step 3:    Log On

Step 4:    Complete Comments (to submit comments click SAVE NOW)  – You may edit your submission at any time before 5 June 2023.

  • No comments can be made after 5 June 2023.
  • All comments entered on the site will be considered as final on submission date.
  • The NHA may not necessarily respond to any submission directly, but all comments will be considered by the NHA National Board before finalisation of any amendments.

Have Your Say - *Please Use Your Name & Surname

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