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New Columbus Day series at Plainridge

October 07, 2019
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The Harness Horseman’s Association of New England (HHANE) and Plainridge Park have announced there will be three special $40,000 (total) series that will be held at The Ridge for trotters, pacing fillies and mares and pacing colts and geldings that will start on Columbus Day (Monday, Oct. 14). These races will be on the regular condition sheet and there is no fee for entry.

 

“The Nina” is for trotters that are non-winners of $25,000 in 2019, have at least 10 starts at Plainridge Park in 2019 and will be contested on the following dates:
           

Sunday (Oct. 13) – Leg 1 - $10,000
Sunday (Oct. 20) – Leg 2 - $10,000

Sunday (Oct. 27) – Final - $20,000
 
 
”The Pinta” is for filly and mare pacers that are non-winners of $25,000 in 2019, have at least 10 starts at Plainridge Park in 2019 and will be contested on the following dates:
           

Sunday (Oct. 13) – Leg 1 - $10,000
Sunday (Oct. 20) – Leg 2 - $10,000

Sunday (Oct. 27) – Final - $20,000
 
 
”The Santa Maria” is for colt and gelding pacers that are non-winners of $25,000 in 2019, have at least 10 starts at Plainridge Park in 2019 and will be contested on the following dates:
           

Sunday (Oct. 14) – Leg 1 - $10,000
Sunday (Oct. 21) – Leg 2 - $10,000

Sunday (Oct. 28) – Final - $20,000

Horsemen should reference the new condition sheet when it comes out for full details.

 

HHANE is also pleased to present its members the following benefit agreement with Tufts Cummings Veterinarian Hospital.

 

A 15% discount will be given to all HHANE members in good standing when invoices are paid at the time of discharge from the Tufts Cummings Veterinarian Hospital. HHANE will provide the hospital an updated membership list to be used for verification when payment is being made

 

The discount will apply to HHANE member’s Standardbred horses participating in the racing industry. This includes services for horses actively racing as well as services for broodmares and foals anticipated to enter the racing industry.

 

The program went into effect on Tuesday (Oct. 1) and is for all new admissions to the hospital after that date.

If you have any questions about this new benefit, please see any HHANE Director.--By Tim Bojarski/HHANE

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