Canterbury Jockey Club Annual Report 2019

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ANNUAL REPORT & FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

year ending 31 july 2019 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB (INC.)



Contents

Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.)

OFFICIAL INFORMATION 1 NOTICE OF MEETING

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REPORTS

Chairmans Report 3 Treasurers Report 4 Chief Executives Report 7

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS 8 FINANCIAL REPORTS

Statement of comprehensive revenue and expense 9 Statement of changes in equity 10 Statement of financial position 11 Statement of cash flows 12 Notes to financial statements 13 Independent auditor’s report 28

RACING HIGHLIGHTS BUSINESS PARTNERS / SUPPORTERS

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MEMBERS

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SEASON RACE DATES

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OFFICIAL INFORMATION Chairman

GH Fulton

Treasurer WDJ Cotton

Board

KW Brookfield, Mrs D Chesmar, Mrs SB Dunnett, TJ Elstob, HA Fitzsimmons, DCB Francis, SJ Hewitt, GB Lloyd, Mrs DL Logie, JJ McCall, Mrs VL Parrott, MJ Standing, Ms WM Wakefield

Honorary Steward

DC Gould

Honorary Life Members

MC Acklin, PJ Cordner, RA Coupland, BD Kinley, JJ McCall, RE Murtha, GF Ritchie

Honorary Life Provincial Members

RL Bennetts, W Jenkins, AI McArthur, Mrs L Mulligan, GJ Roll, Mrs DIC Rutherford, Mrs WL Shaw, R Simpson, RW Stalker, DG Watson, NG Wigley

Chief Executive Business Services Manager Racecourse Manager Commercial Manager Racing Manager Operations Manager

TW Mills GC Murfitt AA Chapman CA Rowe JR Langan E Cormack

WARD COMMITTEES Amberley

HA Fitzsimmons (Chair), Miss AM Baxter, MJ Douglas, JC Douglas-Clifford, JOH Freeth, A Gould, EH Greenwood, J Greenwood, DA Hutton, NA Macfarlane, MJ Manion, N McGirr, WWD McRae, P Moffat, Mrs L Mulligan, Mrs DIC Rutherford, WH Rutherford, JBL Savill, SD Thomas, and GPF Thompson.

Hororata

DJ Stewart (Chair), P Anderson, D Arthur, RL Bennetts, TRD Bennetts, Mrs D Chesmar, MG Chesmar, G Dawson, G Hatton, LN Hewitt, R Ireland, MMcCarthy, BD Mitchell, R Pankhurst, D Reardon, P Rich, Mrs L Seaton, Mrs M Seaton, J Stewart and DG Watson.

North Canterbury

Ms WM Wakefield (Chair), JC Blackadder, KW Brookfield, MW Donald, GH Fulton, Ms S Haisma, SJ Hewitt, Ms RL Mauger, Mrs VL Parrott, Miss AL Pascoe, Ms G Price, ML Price, Miss TJ Richards, CA Rowe, NF Tuttle, and Miss MR Whitham.

Riccarton Turf

GB Lloyd (Chair), K Ballantyne, C Bray, Mrs D Kingsland, PD Lund, KJ McCashin, W McFelin, Ms B Moore, Mrs L Mulligan, Mrs AM Newman, BF O’Dea, JS Poulter, KW Prendergast, GJ Roll, G Sayer, Mrs WL Shaw, G Shearman, MJ Skelton, Mrs DM Ward and Mrs A Wood.

RACEDAY OFFICIALS Starter Handicapper Clerk of Scales Judge Clerks of Course Commentator Honorary Surgeons Veterinary Surgeons

KJ Leigh-Ogden New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing G Rowland SM Gallagher DF Ferriman, Mrs MJ Weastell M McNamara, M Cross RW Robertson, Dr K Williamson Dr Alisa Corser

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NOTICE OF MEETING

The Annual General Meeting of Members of the Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc) will be held in the Nightmarch Room, Club Grandstand, Riccarton Park Racecourse at 5:30 pm on Wednesday 2 October 2019.

1.

To confirm the Minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting.

2.

To receive the Annual Report and Financial Statements.

3. To elect the Committee of the Amberley Ward: 3.1. The following persons have been proposed for election to the Committee of the Amberley Ward: Miss A M Baxter, M J Douglas, J C Douglas-Clifford, H A Fitzsimmons, J O H Freeth, A Gould, E H Greenwood, J Greenwood, D A Hutton, N A Macfarlane, M J Manion, N McGirr, W W D McRae, P Moffat, Mrs L Mulligan, Mrs D I C Rutherford, W H Rutherford, J B L Savill, S D Thomas, and G P F Thompson. 3.2. Nominations do not exceed vacancies and the above will be elected at the Annual General Meeting. 4. To elect the Committee of the Hororata Ward: 4.1. The following persons have been proposed for election to the Committee of the Hororata Ward: P Anderson, D Arthur, R L Bennetts, T R D Bennetts, Mrs D Chesmar, M G Chesmar, G Dawson, G Hatton, L N Hewitt, R Ireland, M McCarthy, B D Mitchell, R Pankhurst, D Reardon, P Rich, Mrs L Seaton, Mrs M Seaton, D J Stewart, J Stewart and D G Watson. 4.2. Nominations do not exceed vacancies and the above will be elected at the Annual General Meeting. 5. To elect the Committee of the North Canterbury Ward: 5.1. The following persons have been proposed for election to the Committee of the North Canterbury Ward: J C Blackadder, K W Brookfield, M W Donald, G H Fulton, Ms S Haisma, S J Hewitt, Ms R L Mauger, Mrs V L Parrott, Miss A L Pascoe, Ms G Price, M L Price, Miss T J Richards, C A Rowe, N F Tuttle, Ms W M Wakefield and Miss M R Whitham. 5.2. Nominations do not exceed vacancies and the above will be elected at the Annual General Meeting. 6. To elect the Committee of the Riccarton Turf Ward: 6.1. The following persons have been proposed for election to the Committee of the Riccarton Turf Ward: K Ballantyne, C Bray, Mrs D Kingsland, G B Lloyd, P D Lund, K J McCashin, W McFelin, Ms B Moore, Mrs L Mulligan, Mrs A M Newman, B F O’Dea, J S Poulter, K W Prendergast, G J Roll, Mrs W L Shaw, M J Skelton, Mrs D M Ward and Mrs A Wood. 6.2. Nominations do not exceed vacancies and the above will be elected at the Annual General Meeting. 7. To appoint the City Member representatives to the Board: 7.1. In accordance with the Rules of the Club, three (3) City members shall retire each year. 7.2. Mrs S B Dunnett, Mr G H Fulton and Ms W M Wakefield retire in accordance with the Rules. 7.3. Mrs S B Dunnett, proposed by Mrs D L Logie, Mr G H Fulton, proposed by W D J Cotton, and Ms W M Wakefield, proposed by Mr G Lloyd, are offering themselves for re-election. 7.4. The number of City Members proposed for appointment to the Board does not exceed the vacancies and the above will be declared duly elected at the Annual General Meeting. 7.5. Elected Board (City Member representatives only): K W Brookfield, W D J Cotton, T J Elstob, D C B Francis, Mrs D L Logie, J J McCall Mrs V L Parrott, and M J Standing. 8. 4.2.3 4.2.3.1

To consider a notice of motion to add rule 4.2.3.1 and amend Rule 4.2.4 by adding the words in italics: Should the number of City Member candidates for the Board exceed the number to be elected, the Club shall conduct a secret ballot amongst City Members to determine the persons who shall become the City Members of the Board. The Secretary shall, not less than fourteen (14) days before the Annual General Meeting, forward to each City Member (excluding Young City Members) of the Club a voting paper containing the names of Members proposed as Members of the Board. The voting paper shall be completed by the crossing out of the names of the candidates for whom the Member does not desire to vote and the leaving intact of the names of the candidates for whom the City Member does wish to vote. Any voting paper returned with the names intact of more or less candidates than the number so required to be appointed shall be invalid and of no effect.

4.2.4

The Secretary shall be the returning officer with respect to the ballots referred to in Rule 4.2.3 hereof. All voting papers must be returned to the Secretary at the Secretary’s office, for deposit in the ballot box, or electronic votes cast not later than noon on the day appointed for holding the Annual General Meeting.

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General Business:

The Board may permit, in relation to the secret ballot required by Rule 4.2.3, for that secret ballot to be conducted by electronic means and the procedures in relation to such electronic voting shall be those required by law (if any) together with any other procedures determined by the Board. If the Board permits electronic voting in accordance with this Rule, such electronic votes may be cast notwithstanding any other provision of these Rules.

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CHAIRMANS REPORT I am pleased to present the annual report for the second occasion as Chairman of the Canterbury Jockey Club. The Treasurer, Bill Cotton, will explain the financial results from the 2018/19 racing year and elaborate on the financial position of the Club in his report further on in this document. As mentioned last year the reminder of the earthquakes that hit Christchurch over nine years ago continues to stare at us with the Grand National Stand remaining withdrawn from public use. The two major racing events, the New Zealand Cup Meeting, particularly ‘Cup Day’, and the Grand National Festival of Racing are adversely impacted by this situation. New Zealand Cup Day was run with the spectre of the empty building dominating proceedings and regrettably this will be the case again this year. Use of temporary facilities manage the situation as best as possible but do not provide the elevation and scale of operation that the Grand National Stand does. To progress matters to a resolution the Club, with its legal advisors Chapman Tripp, has issued legal proceedings with the fervent hope that this resolution can be reached as early as possible in 2020. The special liquor licence that applies to New Zealand Cup Day is now a fact of life for that iconic raceday. The Tri-Agency Group which comprises the Police, Canterbury District Health and Christchurch City Council, has, with some minor changes, approved the special licence for 2019. As I stated last year the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act is New Zealand law and the Club, as a responsible corporate citizen, must and will adhere to it. The land use project on which the Club has been working with the Trustees of the Christchurch Racecourse has come to fruition. The land has been sold, the proceeds have been received by the Trustees and they have been invested with two fund managers. In time, within the next three years the Trustees will be in the position to future proof the capital and pay to the Canterbury Jockey Club an annual annuity which will secure the financial operation of the Club. The Club’s ongoing commitment to racing continues with major renovations to the yards in stable blocks 1 and 1a, and stable block 4. This comes on top of the completion of the new 28 horse stable facility late last year. The Club must plan for further expansion of stabling facilities for both permanent trainers based on site and visiting horses. A new addition to the training ranks at Riccarton Park this year is Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh who has set up a satellite stable in Block 7 which was previously used by Peter Rudkin. Racing Minister, Winston Peters, commissioned astute Australian racing administrator John Messara AM to conduct a review of the New Zealand Racing Industry. Your Club was able to provide input to this process with both myself and your Chief Executive meeting with Mr Messara in Christchurch. The report which was released on 31 July 2019 provides a pathway forward that will not be without pain for various participants including this club which now has to grapple with the future of Rangiora Racecourse and how it is impacted upon by both the Messara Report and the New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing Venue Plan released in April 2019. I would again comment on the 2003 merger of Clubs which continues to involve people in racing at Riccarton Park with four ward Committees who enthusiastically and profitably run their allocated racedays. These Committees continue to thrive and attract new and younger members and, who knows, may be a template for other Clubs in Canterbury as the winds of change blow through. I wish to sincerely thank the members of the Board and all those who serve on the Ward committees and the volunteers that contribute so much to the Rangiora Racecourse. Finally, I wish to acknowledge the tremendous work done by the Trustees of the Christchurch Racecourse under the Chairmanship of Peter Cordner. I am one of seven Trustees and I can vouch for the passion and enthusiasm that they hold for the future of racing here at Riccarton Park which is their basic mandate. A big thank you also to all the staff of the Canterbury Jockey Club who prepare and maintain the racing and training surfaces, work the office and man the kitchens and functions at Riccarton Park. The Club is indebted to you all.

Gordon Fulton, Chairman.

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TREASURERS REPORT The following following is is aa highly highly summarised summarisedoverview overviewofofthe theStatement Statement of ofComprehensive Comprehensive Revenue and The Revenue and Expense for the year ended 31 July 2019 Expense for the year ended 31 July 2019 Details

2019

Net deficit from operations, prior to depreciation

($205,316)

Non-operating item - Interim insurance pay-out

$370,000

Less depreciation on buildings, furniture and fittings, plant and machinery

($564,282)

Deficit after depreciation

($399,598)

This operating operating deficit deficit was is is facing now, This was greater greaterthan thanbudgeted budgetedand andreflects reflectsthe thecost costpressures pressuresthat thatthe theindustry industry facing and need keep our infrastructure in good The significant items contributing and thenow, need to the keep our to infrastructure in good shape. Theshape. significant items contributing to the deficit were: to the deficit were: • Increased expenditure and lower surpluses in several areas, the major ones being: • Increased expenditure and lower surpluses in several areas, the major ones being:

o Reduction of $88,000 in the surplus from racemeetings. o Reduction of $88,000 in the surplus from racemeetings.

o Reduction of $113,000 in grants andand donations. o Reduction of $113,000 in grants donations. o Increases in expenditure on rates and insurance, up $70,000 and $50,000 respectively. o Increases in expenditure on rates and insurance, up $70,000 and $50,000 respectively. o Scalping of the racetrack $66,000. This maintenance needs to be done every few years. o Scalping of the racetrack $66,000. This maintenance needs to be done every few years. o Unexpected R&M in the Show Gate Reserved Carpark and the Club Grandstand, $47,000. o Unexpected R&M in the Show Gate Reserved Carpark and the Club Grandstand, • The deficit was mitigated to some extent by a surplus of $306,000 from race-day and non-race-day catering $47,000. and function operations. This once again underscores the importance of this part of the Club’s operations. • More The deficit to report. some extent by a surplus of $306,000 from race-day and non-raceaboutwas this mitigated later in my day catering and function operations. This once again underscores the importance of this part of • Two other operations. ongoing “big ticket” financial year were: the Club’s More about this lateritems in mythis report. •

TwoThe other ongoing issues “big ticket” financial this year o insurance on the Granditems National Standwere: continue to be a source of major frustration. This is discussed in more detail by the Chairman and CEO in their respective but of is now o The insurance issues on the Grand National Stand continue to bereports a source majorcoming to a head due to the Club issuing legal proceedings against the insurer. frustration. This is discussed in more detail by the Chairman and CEO in their respective reports but is now coming to a head due to the Club issuing legal proceedings against the o The Housing Project being developed by Ngai Tahu Properties Limited is now well underway, and all the land salesinsurer. price has been paid to the Trustees of the Christchurch Racecourse. This has been invested by them

with twoHousing reputable fund management companies, a view to accumulating substantial o The Project being developed by Ngaiwith Tahu Properties Limited isa now well fund by 2022- 23. This fund will then be “ring fenced” and inflation proofed and will provide an annuity underway, and all the land sales price has been paid to the Trustees of the Christchurch to benefit thoroughbred racing at Riccarton Park in the future. Racecourse. This has been invested by them with two reputable fund management

Our overall financial position continues to be strong. We have no long-term debt and our financial 1 reserves are good. They consist of cash in hand and at bank of $240,000, short term investments of $2,080,000 and longer-term investments of $590,000. This gives a grand total of all funds amounting to $2,910,000. The Club has embarked on a programme of funding necessary capital expenditure and deferred maintenance, started this year and planned to continue over the next two years. This will be financed from the Racecourse Development Fund set up from previous insurance pay-outs and accumulated surpluses. These monies are finite, and we must be wary not to eat further into our cash reserves by continuing to sustain operating deficits. Other financial aspects for the year include function and catering operations, training operations, NZ Thoroughbred Racing (‘NZTR’) race-day funding, capital expenditure, financial position and cash flow, Rangiora Racecourse, and prospects for the 2020 year.

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TREASURERS REPORT Function and catering operations As noted above, there was an overall surplus of $306,000 from race-day and non-race-day function and catering operations. This is a distinct improvement on last year. The non-race-day function and catering business has improved due to organisational changes, to effective use of digital marketing techniques, and to spending on deferred maintenance to improve the “look� and saleability of our venue spaces in the Club Grandstand and The Show Gate. This is in the face of competition from new venues in the Christchurch function and catering market, lower liquor sales due partly to drink driving and alcohol legislation, and wage and food cost increases. The Operations Manager, Eric Cormack, Commercial Manager, Chris Rowe and their teams will continue to work on ways to improve the financial result, but this will not be easy. Attractive race-day catering is a valuable component of the racing experience for members and other attendees. It needs to be competitively priced but also provide a contribution to financial performance, and our full-time catering staff continues to provide excellent food for race-days at reasonable prices. The race-day catering operation achieved a direct contribution margin before overheads of $489,000, up from $379,000 last year. Training operations Riccarton Park has a substantial training operation. As at 31 July 2019 there were over 20 trainers using the facilities and around 200 horses in training. Many of these trainers were working only a few horses, but there are 10 with over 10 horses in work, as well as others out spelling. The number of horses in training is expected to pick up during the season and approach around 250. In addition to those trainers renting Club stables, there are a number operating from their own facilities nearby, from which horses are floated in for trackwork. Providing stables and facilities for trainers and maintaining the training tracks is a significant and costly task, and the Club has been running a deficit on the training operation for many years. This is regarded by your Board as an investment in the future of Riccarton Park as the major training centre in the South Island. In addition to the operating expenditure for training operations, there are considerable capital expenditure requirements from time to time, including the building of new stables. One totally new stable was built this year for Andrew Carston, an addition was built for Michael and Matt Pitman, and a substantial refurbishment has been carried out for the area partly occupied by Pam Robson. NZTR race-day funding Bulk funding, stake subsidies, and on-course commissions from NZTR are the major sources of revenue with which to fund racing operations. These totalled $7,606,000 in the 2019 financial year, compared to $7,794,000 in 2018. This result needs to be read in the light of additional payments to owners and one less raceday but is worrying evidence of the stakes levelling and possible decline which is currently occurring in the racing industry in New Zealand. Capital expenditure The Club’s capital expenditure continued in this financial year and amounted to $672,000. This included $513,000 for improvements to buildings, including stabling and $159,000 for plant, equipment, and furniture etc. These capital expenditures were financed largely from our Racecourse Development Reserve funds.

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TREASURERS REPORT Financial position and cash flow The statement of financial position reveals that the Club had total equity of $9,600,000 at 31 July 2019. This included $1.4 million from the amalgamated Clubs. This total of just under $10 million appears substantial, but $6.8 million of it is tied up in the book value of property, plant and equipment, and furniture and fittings. In the absence of very large capital expenditures, the book value drops each year, but on a non-cash basis because of depreciation. As mentioned previously, the Club’s cash and cash equivalent position is very solid. While cash and cash equivalents including short term deposits have decreased by $423,000 from $2,743,000 last year to $2,320,000 this year, the balance at July 2019 is still very strong. Cash flows for the year can be summarised as follows: Net cash flows from operating activities

$174,000

Net cash from investing

$546,000

Net cash outflows for capital expenditures

($672,000)

Cash increase for year

$48,000

Rangiora Racecourse The Club continues to invest money on the Rangiora Racecourse. Eleven trials meetings have held on the much-improved track. This reflects the considerable successful efforts of the team managing the track. The CJC’s total revenue from operating Rangiora was once again exceeded by operating expenditure. The resulting deficit of $16,000 (down from $42,000 last year) is regarded by your Board as an investment in Rangiora as a thoroughbred training, and trials facility. Prospects for the 2020 year This has been a somewhat difficult year and many challenges remain to ensure the continued financial viability of your Club. The one major issue yet to be resolved is the insurance on the Grand National Stand. The most immediate impact of this for the coming year is the fact that the stand will again be unavailable for the NZ Cup Meeting and especially Cup Day. This will reduce revenues and increase costs in the form of temporary replacement facilities. As stated earlier, in order to bring to a head the impasse with our insurer, the Club has commenced legal proceedings to resolve the issue. The Club must continue to seek alternative non-racing income streams. As noted earlier, the major additional income stream planned will be contributions from the Trustees based on earnings on funds generated by the housing project. However, these payments will not begin until approximately 2022-23. Other matters to address will include: • Issues regarding the substantial changes to the structure of racing in New Zealand recommended by the Messara Report, the creation of the Racing Industry Transition Agency, and the flow-on effect on NZTR funding of the Club’s racing operations. • Continuing to seek sponsorship to add to race stakes. This has become increasingly vital in the face of reduced gaming machine revenue. • Continuing to seek donations and grants to fund capital projects. The Club has been successful over the years in obtaining funding for capital projects, although this year the level has fallen. This type of funding needs to continue. Finally, I would like to acknowledge the excellent work carried out by your Business Services Manager, Gareth Murfitt. Gareth has introduced several improvements in systems and operating procedures. These are having a positive impact on the financial viability of the Club.

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CHIEF EXECUTIVES REPORT Nothing in life is easy and the operation of a racing Club in these times is definitely not easy. Once again, the Club operated in 2018/19 without any increase in industry funding. This is approximately the sixth year that industry funding has essentially remained static. Considering what has happened over that time to such basic operational expense items as rates, insurances, petrol, wages, and cost of repairs and maintenance to name a few it is not difficult to identify that operating profitably is most challenging. This is compounded when factors such as Health & Safety, Liquor Licensing, earthquake damage and associated insurance issues are taken into account. It is essential that when the benefits of the recommendations in the July 2018 ‘Review of the New Zealand Racing Industry’ prepared by John Messara AM, commonly now known as the ‘Messara Report’ come to fruition there are significant increases in funding to racing clubs. One must be an optimist. There are several ‘balls in the air’ which if they land the way we want in the next few years will result in a very positive future for racing at Riccarton Park. They are: • Getting a resolution on the insurance issues affecting the Grand National Stand. • The funding stream resulting from the investment by the Trustees of the Christchurch Racecourse of the proceeds of the sale of land. • Industry financial benefits resulting from the implementation of recommendations in the ‘Messara Report’. • NZTR plans to install a synthetic racetrack at Riccarton Park. • Resolving the future of Rangiora Racecourse. The Chairman and Treasurer detail the activities of the 2018/19 season in their reports. There were some wonderful racetrack achievements by equine stars that are put through their training routines each morning on the hallowed turf that is Riccarton Park. • • • • • •

SAVVY COUP trained by Matthew and Michael Pitman won Hasting’s Group 1 Livamol Classic in October. PRINZE OZ was victorious in the Group 3 Lindauer Stewards Handicap on his home track in November for Neill Ridley. ENZO’S LAD, also Pitman trained won Trentham’s time-honoured JR & N Berkett Telegraph, Group 1, for the second time in January. MISS FEDERER, a two-year-old trained by Andrew Carston, recorded a rare Group race win for a southern juvenile when winning the Group 3 Woburn Farm Classic at New Plymouth in February. EMILY MARGARET won the Group 2 Norwood Family Wellington Guineas at Trentham in March. WHO DARES WINS scored at weight-for-age in the Coca-Cola Canterbury Gold Cup, Group 3, for Tony and Lyn Prendergast in April at Riccarton Park.

Finally, I wish to record my thanks to all staff, Board, Committee members and stakeholders who have contributed to the operation of the Club and the racing here at Riccarton Park.

Tim Mills CHIEF EXECUTIVE

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SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Average field size CJC 11.31 National 10.49

13 Weddings 195 Conferences

$33,005 average stakes

116 Functions

National average $21,834

20,754 people attended NZ Cup Week

Stakes

9

Group & Listed racesMembers run above the industry minimum stake level Employment

1495 members 63 new members

2,305 horses raced in 203 races

243 maximum number of horses training in a month

381 people employed directly during the year

3,278 people enjoyed their raceday in a suite

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Statement of Comprehensive Revenue & Expense For year ended 31 July 2019

The above statement of comprehensive revenue and expense should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes and independent auditors report.

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Statement of Changes in Equity For year ended 31 July 2019

The above statement of changes in equity should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes and independent auditors report.

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Statement of Financial Position As at 31 July 2019

For and on behalf of the members of the board, who authorised for issue these financial statements on 5th September 2019.

Gordon Fulton Timothy Mills Chairman Chief Executive

The above statement of financial position should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes and independent auditors report.

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Statement of Cash Flows For year ended 31 July 2019

Cash flows from operating activities Cash was received from: Receipts from race meetings and other operating activities

Cash was applied to: Payments to suppliers and employees Net cash flows from operating activities

Cash flows from investing activities Cash was received from: Net Change from short term deposits Proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment Grants for capitalised projects Cash was applied to: Payments for purchase of property, plant and equipment Net cash flows from investing activities

Cash flows from financing activities Cash was received from: Advance to Christchurch Racecourse Reserve Trustees Net cash flows from financing activities Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash Opening Cash Closing Cash This is represented by: Cash on hand and in bank Cash and cash equivalents at end of the period

The above statement of cash flows should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes and independent auditors report.

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Notes

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Basis of Preparation

Reporting entity The Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) (henceforth, “the Club”) is incorporated under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908. The primary objective of the Club is to promote, conduct and control thoroughbred racing and is registered with the New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing Code (“the Code”) consistent with the Code’s constitution. The Club is a recognised industry organisation in accordance with the Racing Act 2003.

Statement of compliance The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the Racing Act 2003, which requires compliance with generally accepted accounting practice in New Zealand (“NZ GAAP”).

As the primary objective of the Club is not towards making financial returns but the promotion, conduct and control of thoroughbred racing, it has designated itself as a not-for-profit public benefit entity (PBE) for financial reporting purposes.

The Club has elected to report in accordance with the Tier 2 Racing PBE accounting standards on the basis that it is not publicly accountable and not considered large for financial reporting purposes.

The financial statements of the Club comply with the Public Benefit Entity Standards Reduced Disclosure Regime (PBE Standards RDR) as appropriate for Tier 2 Racing not-for-profit entities and disclosure concessions have been applied.

Measurement basis The financial statements have been prepared on a historical cost basis, and are presented in New Zealand dollars which is also the Club’s functional currency.

Going concern The financial statements have been prepared on a going concern basis.

Significant accounting judgements, estimates and assumptions The preparation of the Club’s financial statements requires management to make judgements, estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of revenues,expenses, assets and liabilities, and the accompanying disclosures. Uncertainty about these assumptions and estimates could result in outcomes that may require a material adjustment to the carrying amount of assets or liabilities affected in future periods. The judgements, estimates and assumptions are evaluated on a regular and continuing basis, including expectations of future events, to a reasonable extent to assess their implication on reported revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities and disclosures in the financial statements.

The financial statements presented are for the Club for the year ended 31 July 2019 and were authorised for issue by the Chairman on 5 September 2019.

Changes in accounting policies There have been no changes in accounting policies.

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Notes

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Income taxes

The Club is exempt from New Zealand income tax pursuant to section CW 47(2) of the Income Tax Act 2007.

Reclassification of Comparative Figures

Various 2018 comparative figures have been reclassified in this Performance Report to be on a consistent basis with the 2019 classification. Accordingly, there are differences in figures compared to those reported in 2018. However the 2018 surplus remains unchanged

2.

Revenues and direct costs & expenses

Revenue is recognised to the extent that it is probable that the economic benefits or service potential will flow to the Club and it can be reliably measured, regardless of when the payment is being made. Revenue is measured at the fair value of the consideration received or receivable, taking into account contractually defined terms of payment and excluding taxes or duty.

Revenues are classified as to whether they arise from an exchange or non-exchange transactions. An exchange transaction is one in which the Club receives assets or services,or has liabilities extinguished, and directly gives approximately equal value to another entity in exchange and includes sale of goods, rendering of services and charges for the use of the Club’s assets (e.g., interest and dividends). The Club recognises revenue from exchange transactions when the revenue recognition criteria mentioned above are satisfied.

A non-exchange transaction is any other transaction not classified as exchange.

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Notes

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2.1

Race meeting revenue and expenses

Race meeting revenues comprise the amounts received or receivable for services provided and goods sold that directly relate to race meeting events conducted by the Club during the financial year. These primarily include industry distributions from the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) and the Code and other receipts that directly relate to the Club’s race meeting activities from members of the Club (aside from membership fees included in other operating income) and third parties in the form of grants and subsidies. The Club incurred certain direct costs and expenses in conducting its race meeting days and recognises these as costs and expenses when incurred regardless of when the payment is made unless they qualify for recognition as asset. Direct costs and expenses on race meeting days are presented below excluding depreciation expenses which are included as part of other operating expenses in note 3.

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Notes

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2.2

Revenue from sale of goods and cost of sales

Revenue from the sale of goods is recognised when the significant risks and rewards of ownership of the goods have passed to the buyer and the amount can be measured reliably and it is probable that the economic benefits or service potential associated with the transaction will flow to the Club.

The direct costs and expenses included in this table relate to purchases of inventory items and other directly attributable costs on acquiring the inventories sold.

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Notes

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2.3

Revenue from rendering of services

The Club performed various services including course and venue rental to members of the Club and other third parties. Costs and expenses related to these revenues are included in note 3.

Rental revenues Track fees & secretarial Total revenue on rendering services

2.4

Note

2019 $

2018 $

Note

2019 $

2018 $

291,284 246,930 538,213

277,597 257,905 535,503

Other operating revenue

Bad debts recovered Insurance payout Members subscriptions and other fees Total other operating revenue

369,705 219,099 588,803

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235,356 235,356

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2.5

Revenue from non-exchange transactions

The Club receives various grants and donations which are classified as non-exchange revenue due to their nature.

Grants and donations received that have no requirement to return any unutilised funds, even if they are designated for a specific purpose, are recognised as revenue immediately upon receipt.

Grants and donations received that contractually require the return of any unutilised funds are only recognised as revenue to the extent that performance obligations are met and funds have been utilised for the required purpose. Amounts received but unutilised at reporting date are therefore recognised as liabilities due to the return obligation in the contract.

The Club’s revenues from exchange and non-exchange transactions are detailed in the following table.

The Club also receives services in kind from members and external parties and although these are greatly valued, such types of revenues are usually difficult to measure. As such, these revenues are not included in the Club’s financial statements.

3.

Other operating expenses

Costs and expenses relating to the overall costs of running the Club include staff time, office space, rental, information technology and asset costs. These are recognised as incurred and are presented in the table below. This includes portion of salaries and wages and depreciation and amortisation expenses incurred in relation to the revenues generated by the Club; all other direct costs and expenses are presented in note 2.

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4.

Finance income and costs

4.1

Finance revenue

Interest revenue primarily arises from investments in banks in the form of cash and term deposits. The Club also has investments in loans and advances and portfolio investments of interest-bearing instruments for which interest is earned during the term of the investment.

Interest from bank and term deposits Total finance revenue

Note

2019 $

96,334 96,334

5.

Cash and cash equivalents

Cash and cash equivalents comprise cash at bank and in hand and short-term deposits.

2018 $

108,775 108,775

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6.

Receivables

The Club also provides an estimate of potential collectability based on past experience and maintains a provision for impairment against receivables. Any bad debts are recognised in surplus or deficit and the amount of receivables adjusted to their net realisable value. If such bad debts are subsequently recovered, they are recognised as gains on the date they are collected by the Club. Receivables from non-exchange transactions include committed grants and subsidies from external parties or assets donated but not yet physically transferred as of balance date and for which the Club has legal and contractual right over said assets. The following table summarises the Club’s receivables from exchange and non-exchange transactions.

7.

Inventories

Inventory is measured at cost upon initial recognition. For inventory acquired through non-exchange transactions, the cost of the inventory is its fair value at the date of donation.

After initial recognition, inventories held for resale are valued at the lower of cost and net realisable value.

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8.

Investments in associates and joint ventures

The Club holds interest in Rangiora Racecourse over which the Club exercises significant influence demon strated by its ability to participate in, but not control, the financial and operating policy decisions of the investees.

The Rangiora Racecourse operations are outlined in the table below and the share of assets detailed in note 11.

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9.

Other financial assets

Term deposits Total other financial assets

Note

2019 $

590,574 590,574

2018 $

556,232 556,232

Term deposits The Club has investments in term deposits with banks for which interest revenue is recognised during the term of the investment.

Investments in debt securities The Club holds fixed-rated bonds and floating-rate notes debt security investments held primarily for earning interest.

10.

Other assets

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11.

Property, plant and equipment

Property, plant and equipment is measured initially at cost which includes expenditure that is directly attributable to the acquisition of the asset. The cost of an item of property, plant and equipment is recognised only when it is probable that future economic benefit or service potential associated with the item will flow to the Club and if the cost or fair value can be measured reliably. Subsequent costs that meet the recognition criteria are recognised in the carrying value of the item of property, plant and equipment.

An item of property, plant and equipment is derecognised upon disposal or when the Club assesses that it has no further economic benefits or service potential expected from its use. Gains and losses on disposals are determined by comparing the proceeds with the carrying amount and are included in the statement of comprehensive revenue and expense.

Depreciation Depreciation is charged at rates calculated to allocate the cost of the asset less any estimated residual value over its remaining useful life. The assets’ residual values, useful lives and depreciation methods, are reviewed and adjusted, if appropriate, at each financial year end.

Inlcuded in the above assets are assets owned in regards to Rangiora Racecourse of $1,035,760 at 31 July 2019

12.

Trade and other payables

The Club’s payables are classified into taxes and payables from non-exchange transactions and payables under exchange transactions or trade payables.

12.1

Payables under exchange transactions

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12.2

Liabilities for wages and salaries (including non-monetary benefits) and annual leave in surplus or deficit during the period in which the employee rendered the related services, and are generally expected to be settled within 12 months of the reporting date.

Employee entitlements

Salaries and wages payable Other employee entitlements Total employee entitlements

Note

2019 $

102,042 102,042

2018 $

50,672 110,347 161,020

The amount above does not include remuneration to members of the Committee which are included in other liabilities.

13.

Commitments and contingencies

13.1 Non-cancellable operating lease commitments - Club as lessee

The Club has an unquantified commitment to the excess on insurance payments to undertake earthquake repairs to numerous buildings on the racecourse. Other than this and the lease commitments below the club has no other commitments and contingencies. The following table shows the minimum payments relating to lease contracts as at reporting date:

Within one year After one year but not more than five years More than five years Total lease commitments as leassee

Note

2019 $

32,060 80,676 112,736

2018 $

35,132 53,757 88,889

14.

Financial instruments

14.1 Categories of financial instruments

The Club recognises financial instruments when it becomes a party to the instruments. Material financial instruments include cash and cash equivalents, short term deposits, term investment bonds, receivables and creditors. All financial instruments are recognised initially at fair value and subsequently at amortised cost.

The following table summarises the categories of the Club’s financial instruments

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15.

Reserves

Special Projects Reserve The Board has resolved to identify the net insurance proceeds from the demolition of the Members Grand stand in a Special Projects Reserve to meet the costs of any earthquake strengthening that might be required to other buildings, the re-establishment of the Members Grandstand Site and future development of the property. Amalgamated Clubs’ contribution The net assets of the respective Clubs have been advanced to the Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) as loans on demand and are interest free. As the chance or practicalities of these loans ever being called is remote, in accordance with accounting standards, they have been reclassified to equity as a special reserve.

16.

Related parties

16.1 Transactions and balances with related parties The Club transacted with Members and the Board during the year. These transactions were on normal commercial terms. No related party transactions were written off.

16.2 Transactions and balances with key management personnel Key management personnel of the Club include the members of the Board and various sub-committees of the Club, the Chief Executive and Executive Management Team who exercise control or significant influence over the financial and operating decision-making of the Club. For purposes of financial report- ing disclosures, the Club also considers transactions with close members of the key management person - nel’s family as related party transactions.

16.3 Transactions Key management personnel may also be members of the Club and pay membership fees and other fines and charges on the same rate and terms as charged to other members who are not key management person- nel. In addition, members of the Club may have interest in racing through ownership, breeding, training, driving or similar capacity. Key management personnel and close members of their family may also join races and be eligible for stake money from the Club under normal trade terms and conditions applicable to other persons not otherwise considered key management personnel. With the exception of the regular fees and charges, compensation (discussed below) and race-related transactions under normal terms, there have been no other transactions between the Club and its key man- agement personnel and close members of their families during the year (2018: nil)

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16.4

The amounts disclosed in the following table are recognised as an expense during the reporting period relat- ed to key management personnel. They did not receive any remuneration or compensation other than in their capacity as key management personnel (2018: nil). The Club has 5 key management personnel, deter mined on full-time equivalent basis, which received compensation from the Club during the year (2018: 5 key management personnel).

Remuneration

Salaries and other short term benefits Close members of the family, salaries and short term benefits Termination benefit Total paid to key management personnel

Note

2019 $

2018 $

493,845

480,014

493,845

480,014

The Club did not provide any compensation at non-arm’s length terms to KMPs and close family members of KMPs during the year (2018: nil). The Club has no long-term benefits for its key management personnel.

17.

Subsequent events

There were no significant events and transactions subsequent to the reporting date.

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Independent Auditors Report

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Independent Auditors Report

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Racing Highlights Awapuni trainer Lisa Latta recorded her third training win in the time honoured Winning Edge Presentations Winter Cup with PLATINUM COMMAND. The seven-year-old mare was simply the best horse on the day out-finishing SHE’S POPPY and the ‘up-and-comer’ DEZ. A sensation at the last fence handed 14-year-old veteran AMANOOD LAD the NZI Koral Steeplechase. NOTABADROOSTER appeared to have the race in the bag coming to the last but blundered and fell hampering CHOCOLATE FISH in the process and allowing AMANOOD LAD to steal the race. If a horse has had more supporters at a racemeeting than JACKFROST it will be one heck of a surprise. As JACKFROST powered away in the Hospitality NZ Canterbury Grand National Hurdles the Grandstand exploded. Owners and supporters came from everywhere as the grey returned to scale for Southland based English jockey Stuart Higgins. Hall of Fame trainer Brian Anderton, whilst passing all credit to son and training partner Shane, still basked in the glory of his fourth win in the race. The Grand National Amateur Championship, has been a crowd favourite from its inception Thirteen runners faced the starter with I’LLAV BUBBLES backing up from her second placing on the first day to claim a game win for leading Amateur Clinton Isdale. Kenny and Jacques Duncan received just reward for their continued support for jumps racing with SHAMAL winning the 144th running of the Racecourse Hotel Grand National Steeplechase. Buddy Lammas who had previously won a Coupland’s Bakeries Mile on the course was the winning rider whilst the win gave Ken his ultimate moment to date as a trainer. Southland trainer Ellis Winsloe almost pulled off an amazing training feat with TAI HO finishing second after an interrupted programme and favourite CHOCOLATE FISH ran third. DEZ backed up from his third in the Winter Cup to win the Christchurch Casino Winter Classic from the first days feature winner PLATINUM COMMAND and ELFEE. In early September the Valachi Racing team heralded in Spring racing from their private suite and the racing team gave them good reason to cheer. LAKE CHALICE took out the ‘Pryde’s Easifeed Rating 65’ and ZENTESSA the aptly named ‘Zacinto at Valachi Downs Rating 72’. The New Zealand Bloodstock Canterbury Belle Stakes (22 Sept) went to Rodger and Emily Finlay’s grey filly EMILY MARGARET who looked the goods when winning on the track two weeks earlier and made it back-to-back wins beating a near capacity field of 16 starters. Racing was abandoned after two races on Saturday 6 October due to instances of horses ‘slipping’ and resumed with an eight race card on Tuesday 9 October. The Nobby Bussell Memorial Two-year-old looked a battle of the Jamie Richards trained pair – colt CHALLA and filly PUYSEGUR. The filly, a $550,000 yearling purchase prevailed for owners Willie and Karen Calder. The fourth days feature, and key lead-in to the Al Basti Equiworld NZ 2000 Guineas and gavelhouse.co NZ 1000 Guineas, was the $70,000 Zacinto Stakes. The race was dominated by yet another member of that wonderful breed of the Dennis Brothers from Woodlands, in Southland. THE CHOSEN ONE was not that when passed in at the yearling sales but is rewarding his breeders and the syndicate formed to race him with two wins from as many starts. The was only one Christchurch Casino NZ Cup entry starting in the Christchurch Casino Spring Classic and that proved to be an omen with SWING NOTE taking out the 2000 metre Listed race from the Kevin Hickman owned pair of ZENTESSA and THE HEIRESS Pre-post favourite was MADISON COUNTY leading into the Al Basti Equiworld NZ 2000 Guineas. Whilst some punters looked elsewhere on the day in what appeared an even field the Cambridge gelding justified all that support with a commanding win. Previously unbeaten DAWN PATROL finished second ahead of SIR NATE and IN A TWINKLING. China Horse Club principal Teo Ah Khing was on hand to receive the trophy from sponsors representative Mohammed Al Basti who had travelled from Dubai for the race.

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Racing Highlights Ten Christchurch Casino NZ Cup hopefuls lined up in the Redwood Metropolitan Trophy but the result did little to clear the picture for the Cup. 50/1 shot DEE AND GEE went to the lead down the back straight and never relented winning by three lengths from Cup favourite FELAAR, MENTAL TELEPATHY AND SWING NOTE A small field of five started in the listed Yesberg Insurance Services Pegasus Stakes. CASAQUINMAN was well placed on the minimum and rewarded his connections with a feature win. In 2017 TE AKAU SHARK hinted at greatness when running fourth in the Al Basti Equiworld NZ 2000 Guineas. He returned to Riccarton Park a year later and over the same distance demolished a Coupland’s Bakeries Field that contained the first three place-getters from last year and a past NZ Derby winner. Winning seven in a row is an outstanding achievement and all the more so when the seventh is the souths premier sprint race the Lindauer Stewards Stakes. PRINCE OZ was sent south with Riccarton Park trainer Neill Ridley putting on the sprinting polish. Popular local hoop Terry Mosely was on board. Southerners were to the fore in the feature fillies and mare race the Valachi Downs Canterbury Breeders Stakes. Most punters expected THE PRECIOUS ONE to deliver but she had to be content with a second placing to the John and Karen parson owned and trained KIWI IDA. A plan put in place eight months ago came to fruition for BIZZWINKLE in the Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup. The five-year-old gelding fought off a resolute challenge form DUPLICITY with the favourite FELAAR third in a close photo from GORBACHEV. Samantha Spratt made it consecutive Cups as winning jockey whilst Matamata trainer Glenn Old had the satisfaction of training. Damage to a plane on Wednesday and fog on Thursday resulted in a delayed trip to Christchurch for the Cup winner with a special charter being required on Friday morning. Also aboard were three contenders for the gavelhouse.com NZ 1000 Guineas. MEDIA SENSATION was one of those and it was a case of ‘all’s well that ends well’ with the filly taking out the Group 1 Classic from VALALIE and favourite XPRESSION. Michael Coleman got his first win in the race and trainers Peter and Dawn Williams returned to their old stomping ground to record their second win. Their first was with PLANET ROCK in 2011, a filly also owned by Sarah Green and Ger Beemsterboer. Sarah had been involved earlier in the day as sponsor of the Barneswood Farm Welcome Stakes. This feature for the two-year-olds was won by MISS FEDERER giving local trainer Andrew Carston his first winner in a Listed or Group race. At the Christmas meeting a Group 1 winner competing at a ‘Tier2’ feature meeting would seem to be a ‘good thing’ and so ENZO’S LAD proved to be in the Skelton Brothers Open. The programmes’ feature race was over the same 1200 metres distance that ENZO’S LAD had recorded his Group 1 Telegraph Handicap win at Trentham which he subsequently repeated. Ever popular jockey Terry Moseley was the star turn on the first day of the Summer Racing Season at Riccarton Park winning both feature races. He won the Listed Speight’s Timaru Stake on HE KIN FLY for Riccarton Park trainer Neill Ridley. Earlier in the day Moseley combined with John and Karen Parsons to win the Christchurch Casino Dunedin Cup Trial aboard SHEZATOUCHA

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Racing Highlights The star turn on February 9 was the two-year-old ALL ABOUT MAGIC. The Pitman trained filly under the guidance of Jillian Morris beat the Marton trained favourite MISS SWEET PEE. Argentina born apprentice Tina Comignaghi was the star on an enjoyable industry day on February 14 with three winning rides. The feature event on the Amberley day in early March was the Sonia & Garry Thompson Open. Highest rated HE’S GOLD benefited by the 4kg claim of Gee Saejorhor to win for trainers Danny Champion and Kezia Murphy. The first day of the Riccarton Park Autumn Racing Season belonged to local trainer Lance Robinson whose ‘Shotgun Stables’ prepared three of the nine winners on the day. KHIMAR WAR won the Selwyn River Vets Three-year-old, LIVE DRAMA recorded a debut win in the next race the Petersens Jewellers Ladies Bracelet and stable star BOOTS ‘N’ ALL took out the time honoured Seaton Family Memorial Hororata Gold Cup. In the Valachi Downs South Island Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes, punters expected the Team Rogerson trained CONTESSA VANESSA to win but the visitor had to settle for third behind RESIDENTIAL and ZABAY. Trained by John and Karen Parsons RESIDENTIAL had been a dual stakes winning three-year-old and she returned to her very best form. On the 2nd day WHO DARES WINS gained a justified Listed race success having previously been placed twice at the top level when winning the Christchurch Casino Easter Cup. With comeback rider Sam Wynne aboard the six-year-old gelding was too strong for first day winner RESIDENTIAL and Tuhikaramea visitor CONTESSA VANESSA. EMILY MARGARET was the betting public’s elect and the local crowd favourite but had to be content with second in the NZB Airfreight Stakes. Awapuni visitor SECRET ALLURE returned to a happy hunting ground having previously won the Berkley Stud Champagne Stakes to score a decisive win after EMILY MARGARET had raced to a big lead. WHO DARES WINS became the third horse this century to win both the Christchurch Casino Easter Cup and Coca-Cola Canterbury Gold Cup in the same year. He was narrowly beaten in the 2000 metres Weight-For-Age feature last year but was dominate this time around on April 13. Winning rider Samantha Wynne was hoisted high in the air by ecstatic owners at the presentation. Waverly trainer Bill Thurlow travelled his team to Royal Randwick and Riccarton Park on that Saturday. Stable star GLORY DAYS ran third in the Sydney Cup and heir apparent BEYOND THE FORT recorded her third win in just four start winning the NZ Bloodstock Warstep Stakes. The Matthew and Michael Pitman partnership ran away with the Hygain/Mitavite Autumn Trainers Challenge with three winners on the last of the four days of the Riccarton park Autumn Racing Season.The best of the three was ALL ABOUT MAGIC in the Listed Berkley Stud Champagne Stakes for the two-year-olds. DEE AND GEE was a deserving winner of the Angus Meats Great Autumn Premier for trainers and owners Peter Corbett and Terrill Charles after placings in the Wellington and Auckland Cups and the Coca-Cola Canterbury Gold Cup at his most recent start. The days feature event, the Daphne Bannan Memorial Great Easter Stakes, was a triumph for the Neill Ridley trained former Hong Kong galloper HE KIN FLY. The six-year-old made it four wins on the trot in the 1400 metres Listed race. Unusually a beaten runner was the highlight of the Mid Winter Christmas Day. Rising 10-year-old SCAPOLO had his first start at Riccarton Park as a two-year-old and 78 starts later was having his 23rd run at the venue for Wanganui trainer Kevin Myers. The gallant gelding just went under to the fast finishing LIL MISS SWISS in the Greenwood Amberley Cup and was roundly applauded as he left the birdcage into retirement. The winner came from the Riverton stable of Kelvin and Aimee Tyler and was ridden by the quickly developing Tanya Jonker.

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Business Partners & Supporters The Club benefited from the association with many business partners and supporters throughout 2018/19, all of whom are critical to the success of the Club. These organisations and companies are acknowledged below and members are urged to support them whenever possible. Alastair McNeill Al Basti Equiworld Amicus Insurance Brokers Bidfood Butchery Angus Meats Avon City Ford Barneswood Farm Berkley Stud Blue Star Taxis Blunt Umbrellas Brackenfield Hunt Canterbury Landscape Supplies Canterbury Westland Racing Owners Association Cashmere Estate Chanui Christchurch Casino Christchurch City Council Classic Villa Coasters Tavern Coca-Cola Colombus & Ware Coupland’s Bakeries D Reynolds Electrical Daphne Bannan Memorial David Emerson-Business Consultant de Spa Cosmetics Dr Hauschka Dunstan Feeds Dyer Decorating El Doute at Stud Epic Journeys Fahey Fence Hire Farmers Mill Farmlands FastTrack Insurance F.L.A.I.R Ford Motor Co of New Zealand Frantic Bloodstock Garrards Horse & Hound gavelhouse.com Haase & Marshall Drainage Halls Refrigerated Transport Heatstore Christchurch Helston & Associates Hororata Racing Supporters Hospitality New Zealand Canterbury Branch Hygain / Mitavite Islington Tavern Janet Francis Laming Racing Lindauer Lion Breweries Lion Nathan Wines & Spirits

Little Brown Jug Bar & Grill Lone Star Cafe & Bar Majestic Horse Transport Matis Beauty Mediaworks Radio McMillan Equine Feeds Millennium Hotels and Resorts Mondo Travel M Social Auckland Muritai Marketing Nautical Boat Insurance Newstalk ZB New Zealand Bloodstock NZ Bloodstock Insurance New Zealand Community Trust New Zealand Insurance NZTBA Canterbury/Marlborough Westland Branch New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders Assn. Norwood Farm Machinery One Foundation One Good Horse Restaurant Park Avenue Fashions Perfect Packaging Peninsular Resort Mooloolaba PGG Wrightson Plough Hotel Restaurant, Bar & TAB Prydes EasiFeed Racecourse Hotel Motor Lodge Race Images Rae Racing - Prom Queen Ray & Jill Coupland Redwood at Westbury Stud Riccarton Park Function Centre Romano’s Pizzas Sergios Menswear Sonia & Garry Thompson Sothys Speight’s Strategy Creative Te Akau Racing Teltrac Communications The Craic Irish Bar The Recruitment Network Trevino’s Bar & Restaurant Valachi Downs Vernon & Vazey Truck Parts Vero Insurance Willow Glen Stud Winning Edge Presentations Yaldhurst Hotel Yesberg Insurance Services Youngs Jewellers Zilco NZ Ltd Zacinto - Kevin Hickman

‘Gold Club’

A & L Browne Bloodstock Bill Cotton Canterbury Equine Clinic Christchurch Casino Claire Yardley Ford Contracting Helen & Peter Cordner Hughes Racing Stables Janet Francis Kevin Daly Mowers Lamb & Hayward Dr Corin Murfitt Strath Stewart S & S Barr The Classic Villa Victoria Woodley Vonnie McDonald Walker Davey Searells

Riccarton Park Amberley Blue Star Taxis Barney Knudsen Commodore Hotel Eric Greenwood Go Racing North Canterbury Vets Optimise Fertilisers Smiths Hire Sonia & Garry Thompson Taggart Earthmoving

Riccarton Park Hororata Cochranes Farm Machinery Farmlands – McMillan Equine NZ Wool Testing Pat Reardon Family Petersen’s Jewellers Seaton Family Selwyn-Rakaia Vet Services R Redpath Ltd The Bullerites Valachi Downs Yaldhurst Wools

Riccarton Park North Canterbury Auto Express Car Wash Coupland’s Bakeries Inglewood Stud Jennian Homes Nobby Bussell Memorial Plough Hotel Restaurant, Bar & TAB Prydes EasiFeed Rangiora New World Ray Sharpe Memorial Skelton Brothers Swimsense

Waimakariri Business

Anglers Arms Tavern Blackwells Kaiapoi Blue Springs Polo Classic Cookers & Heating Clarkville Stockfeeds Farmbike Services Hall Funeral Services Gordon Fulton Helmore Stewart Lawyers Kevin James Woolbroker Leslie Agencies McCord Forest Services Mike Brown Vet North Canterbury Brick Laying Other Side Business Services Rangiora Landscapes & Gardens Rangiora Shoe Lines Robert Grant Electrical R Nesbit Shearing R W Stalker - Keswick Farm Strathclyde Stud Tim & Val Parrott Woodsford Racing

Riccarton Park Riccarton Turf Christchurch Casino Little Brown Jug Bar Hornby Workingmen’s Club Hygain / Mitavite NZ Bloodstock PGG Wrightson Seeds Speight’s Teltrac Communications Tom Toplis Memorial

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Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS Mr Murray Mr Peter Mr Ray Mr Brian Mr Jeff Mr Reon Mr George F

HONORARY

Acklin Cordner Coupland Kinley McCall Murtha Ritchie

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Mrs M A Abbott 1962 Mrs C L Annear 1973 Mrs A Archdale 1962 Miss Barbara Auton 1977 Mr S J Barr 1971 Mrs W A M Black 1961 Mr B H Black 1962 Mr David Booth 1962 Mr John Bowden 1976 Mrs Jeanette Brown 1965 Mr W G Burdon 1962 Mrs P M Cameron 1973 Mr Walter Cameron 1978 Mr Graeme Campbell 1977 Mr Lynden Carr 1970 Mrs Melva Clarkson 2011 Sir Roger Clifford Bt 1962 Mrs Anna Coull 1956 Mr R D Dalley 1964 Mr G P A (Peter) de Latour 1958 Mrs Diana Dewar 1962 Mr J S Dickson 1975 Mr L J Dods 1970 Mr John MS Douglas 1966 Mr J C Douglas 1969 Mrs Diana Douglas-Clifford 1944 Mr P G Egden 1956 Mr Garth Ennor 1979 Mr C R G (Richard) Forbes 1974 Mr Ray Ford 1974 Mr Derek Freear 1971 Mr Matthew Glubb 1974 Mrs Julia Gordon 1962 Mrs Philippa Graham 1960 Mrs Alexa Grigg 1952 Mr Alexander Grigor 1963 Mr Gerald Hargreaves 1970 Mr Ian H Harrison 1978 Mr P R Hendry 1972 Mrs Sandra Hill 1973 Mr I F Horrocks 1975 Mr H Hughes 1976 Mr P W Hutt 1974 Mr D A Hutton 1979 Mrs Constance Hutton 1946 Mr Murray Iggo 1968 Mr Richard B Johnson 1958 Mr R H M Johnston 1964 Mr Murray Jones 2017 Mr Patrick Kennedy 1969 Dr Michael Kerr 1980 Mr W D Latham 1971 Mr Neil Macfarlane 1972 Mr Keith Malaquin 1975 Mr H M A McCormick 1962 Mrs E T McDermott 1943 Mrs I E O McKellar 1956

Mr Grant Mr Russell Mr Bruce Mr Humphrey Mr J C P Mr H C B (Bruce) Mr Robert Mr Anthony Mrs Rosemary Mr P R Mr C J Mr G A Mrs Helen Mr Kelvin Mrs Gwen Mrs Betty Mr Rob Mrs Jan Mr J B L Mrs Frances Mr John F Mrs E G W Mr Garry Mr Anthony Mr R C Mr A W R Mr G B Mr Charles Mr J R Mrs Angela Mr Richard Mr Peter D Mr J R Dr Peter Dr Katie Mr D A

LIFETIME

Mr David M Mrs N Mr J O Mrs Elizabeth Mr J E Mr Errol Mr Warner Miss Donna Mr R A Mr Kevin Mrs Theo Mr J C Mr Aussie Mr T F Mr John Mrs M Mr David WG Mr Bernie Mr C L Mrs J Mrs Margaret Mr D Mr Michael J Mr O G Mr J P G Mr Brian Mr Mark Mr Stuart Ms Cathy Mr Marty Mr Roddy

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Mr Gordon Mrs Margaret Mr P R Mr TWC Mr R Mrs B A Mr John Mr Raymond Mr R Mrs B A Mr K J Mr Mervyn Mrs C L Mr D C R Mr H R K Mr Kevin Mr R W M Mr Peter Mr Timothy Mrs Bernice Mr F M Mrs Jan Mr R H S Mr Brian Mr R E Mrs J W Mr Trevor Mr D C Mr C F Mr R Mr Clive Mr J J Mrs Vonnie Mr C L Mr M D Mr Allister Mr J D Mr John Mrs June Mrs J N Mr Darryll Mr Eric T Mr Desmond Mr M V Mr P Mr David Mr C H Mr M K Mr G Mr R Mr I Mr P J Mr John Mr Clarence Mr P M Mrs Anne Mr W D (Bill) Mr John Miss Julie Mr John Mr Brian J Mr JA Mr Barry Mrs Louise Mr Stuart Mr John Mr N G A Mr David

Fulton 1980 Galvin 2016 Grigg 1972 Hargreaves 2005 Hempseed Henderson 1974 Haward 2001 Healey 1968 Hempseed Henderson 1974 Hickman 1993 Higgs 1981 Holdem 1990 Illingworth 1983 Ireland 1993 Jenkins 1994 Johnson Johnston Kelleher 1996 Kelleher Kelly Kerr 1991 Kyle Le Vaillant Lewisham Lindsay 1982 Luke 1998 Lyons MacKenzie McArdle 1975 McCall 1973 McCarthy 1977 McDonald 1959 McKay 1998 McLeish 1982 McPherson 2000 Munro 1975 Nichol Nolan 1987 O’Sullivan 1997 Park 1986 Parr 1986 Petherbridge 1973 Poff 1982 Renwick 1987 Renwick 1990 Rich 1990 Rodgers 1973 ARogerson MNZM 1990 MSatterthwaite 1954 Satterthwaite 1990 Scott 1980 Smith 1983 Sprott 1971 Stewart 1979 Studholme 2004 Thomas 1982 Thompson 1980 Turner 2018 Ullrich 2018 Vieceli 1979 Waddell 1974 Watson 1979 Westenra Willetts 1983 Williams 1984 Young 1962 Young 1990

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Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) HONORARY LIFE PROVINCIAL Mr Les Mrs Miranda Mr Warwick Mr Alastair Mrs Lyn Mr Grahame Mrs Dinie Mrs Winsome Mr Ross Mr Russell Mr Dennis Mr N G

MEMBERS

Bennetts Hales Jenkins McArthur Mulligan Roll Rutherford Shaw Simpson Stalker Watson Wigley

Mr William Abbott Mr Phil Abraham Mr Barry Adams Mr Peter Adamson AgPac Ltd Mr Malcolm Aim Mrs Alison Aldridge Dr Guy Alexander Mr D K Alexander Mr Peter Allison Mr Hans Andersen Mr James Anderson Mr Matt Anderson Mrs Lynne Andrews Mr Ben Appley Ms Jo Appleyard Mrs Muriel Archer Mr Noel Armon Mr Donald Arthur Mrs B L Atkinson Ms Rebecca Austin Mr Tim Austin Mr D L Austin Mr Paul Avis Mr Nigel Babbage Mr Graeme Bachop Mr Peter Baddeley Mr WK Bailey Mrs Carol Balloch Mr John Barclay Mr Stewart Barnett Lucinda Batchelor Mr Roger Baxter Mr George Baxter Miss Allison Baxter Mr Brian Beattie Mr Stephen Beckett Mrs Catherine Beckett Mr Ger Beemsterboer Mr Robert Begg Mr Tommy Behrns Mrs Suzanne Bell Mr Ian Bell Mr Andrew Bell Mr Kevin Bell Mrs Melissa Benge Mr Gordon Bennett Ms Jill Bennington Mr Ross Benoit Mr Raymond Berard Mr P. Graham Bethell Mrs D Bethell Mr H D Bethell Mr John Betts

1962 2016 1966 1983 1960 1973 1965 1974 2002 1973 2012 2011 2013 2016 2000 2009 2017 1998 1991 1981 2018 2018 2014 2014 2006 1983 2008 2016 1985 2007 2015 1997 2012 2009 2018 2008 2013 2013 2009 2001 2018 2005 2010 1979 2003 2018 2009 2004 2010 2004 2011 2012 1992 2011 2007 2007 2009 2014 2011 1999 1994

Mr Graeme Bickley Mrs Janet Birchfield Dr W J Bishop Mr Richard Bishop Mr Chris Black Mr Phillip Blacktopp Mrs Sandra Blackwell Mr Paul Boeyen Colonel Michael Boissard Mr Ronald Bollen Mr S T H Bonifant Mrs Maria Boock Mrs Amanda Boon Mr Gary Boote Mrs Cassandra Booth Mr J Botherway Mr G L Bradley Mr G Brain Mr Cam Bray Mrs Victoria Brinkman Mr Tim Brocket Mrs Caroline Broomhall Mr Peter Brosnahan Mr Graham Brosnahan Mrs Ruth Brown Mr Scot Brown Mr ACV Brown Mr Andrew Brown Mr Matt Brown Mr Justin Brown Mr Samuel Brown Mrs Melissa Brown Mr Brian Burke Hon Sir Kerry Burke Mr Shane Burns Mr Dan Burrows Mr Trevor Burt Mrs Patricia Butterick Mr Peter Byrne Mrs Sonia Caird Mr Alan Calder Mr Ian Calderwood Mr David Caldwell Mrs Sandra Callanan Mr Simon Cameron Miss Georgina Cameron Mrs Sonia Cameron Mr Robert Campbell Mrs Leath Campbell Mr Dave Carrodus Mr Nick Carter Mr P Carter Mr Gavin Case Mrs J I Cassells Mr Chris Casserly Mr James Cassidy Mrs K M Catley Mr Graeme Causer Mrs Wendy Challies Mrs R Chamberlain Mrs Deborah Chapman Mr Steve Chapman Mr Gary Chapman Mr R H D Chapman Mrs Jan-Louise Chesmar Mr Stewart Ching Christchurch Casino Miss D Clark Mr Howard Clarke Mr Athol Clarke

1991 2018 1992 2016 2000 2010 2016 2008 1995 1997 1995 1994 2009 2018 2001 2002 1988 1988 2015 2005 2013 2017 2006 2001 2015 2017 1991 1991 1993 2000 2017 2017 2008 1999 2003 2018 2010 2006 2015 2017 2007 2014 2010 2016 2013 2016 2010 2005 2016 2002 2008 1999 2009 1987 2018 2002 1990 2008 2018 1996 2008 2010 2019 1983 2007 2015 1998 1980 2009 2012

Mr S C Clay Ms Jenny Cochran Mr C J Cochrane Mr Robin Cocks Mr Stephen Cohen Mr Roger Collett Mr Mark Collins Mr Arthur Collins Mrs Heather Collins Mr Peter Consedine Mr Anthony Cookson Mr Graham Cooney Mr James Cooney Mrs Mary Cooper Mr Jim Cooper Mr Timothy Cordner Mr Jonathan Cordner Mr Geoffrey Cotton Mr W D J Cotton Mr G F Coughlan Mr Lance Coupland Mrs Jill Coupland Mrs Lesley Coupland Mr Brian Court Mr Stuart Cox Mr Peter Craig Mr Geoff Cropp Mr Geoff Cullen Mr Delvan Cummings Mr Martin Cummings Mr Paul Cunneen Mr Tim Dagg Mr G S Dagg Diane Dakin Mr RG Dalley Mrs Renee Dampier-Crossley Mrs Jocelyn Darling Mr Bob Davidson Mr Graeme Davie Mr G Davison Mr Alan Day Mr Brian De Lore Anne-Marie de Spa Mr Bernie De Vere Ms Bridget Dean Mr Ashleigh Dean Mr Leen Dekker Mr Geoff Dench Mr Andrew Denham Mr Gary Dennison Mrs Carolyn Denny Mr Marc Denton Mr Michael Denton Mr Michael Dickie Mrs Glenys Dickson Mr David Dillon Mr M Dineen Miss Georgie Dingle Mrs Glenys Dinneen Mr Luke Dixon Mr Pat Dolan Ms Sheena Donnelly Mrs D W Dormer Mr John C Douglas-Clifford Mr Timothy Douglass Mrs Jo Doyle Mr Peter Dravitzki Mr Ian Dunn Mr David Dunn

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1997 2015 2003 2009 2006 2018 2004 2011 1997 2013 2019 1999 2015 2013 1980 2004 2004 2016 2000 1996 1996 2001 2001 2015 2009 2019 2013 2013 1998 1991 2014 1981 2018 2014 2005 2003 2009 2009 1998 2015 2013 1996 2014 2002 2013 2015 2017 2007 2007 1997 2004 2008 2005 2010 2006 1997 2010 2012 2018 1991 2015 1991 2008 2018 2018 1981 2013 2016

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Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) MEMBERS Cont. Mr Andrew Dunnett Mrs Susanne Dunnett Mr Callum Dunnett Mr Mark Dyer Mrs Elizabeth Dyer Mrs Nicky Eddington Mr Andrew Egden Mr Peter Egden Miss Valerie Elder Mrs Adele Elliott Mr Tim Elstob Mrs Annabel Elworthy Mrs Rhonda Emery Mr Maxim Enersen Mr David Enright Mr Richard Ewing Mr Mark Ewing Mr Gerard Fahey Mrs Nicky Fairbairn Mr Jim Farquharson Mr Brent Fechney Mr Rob Fenwick Mr Rodger Finlay Mr Carl Fischer Mr John Fitzpatrick Mr Tony Fitzsimmons Mrs Wendy Flett Mrs Tracy Ford Mrs Cheryl Ford Mr Brian Ford Mrs Mary-Liz Ford-Sanders Mr Craig Forsyth Mr Robin Foster Mr Daniel Francis Mrs Janet Francis Mrs A S Francis Mrs Tracey Fraser Mr Simon Fraser-Allen Mr Graeme Freeman Mr Jeremy Freeth Mr J A French Ms Laurel Frost Mr JC Fulton Mr I K Gamblin Mr Jason Gardner Mr Blair Garlick Mr Wayne Garnett Mr Anthony George Mr Kyri Georgiou Mrs Victoria Georgiou Mrs Susan Gerard Mr Hamish Gerard Mr Karn Gerrard Dr Mike Gething Mr Owen Giddens Mrs Bridget Giesen Miss Elizabeth Giles Mr Noel Gillman Ms Helen Gilmore Mrs R Gilmour Mr David Gilmour Mr Scott Glassey Mr Chris Goldsbury Ms Sally Goldsmith Mrs H Gough Mr Michael Gould Mr Jeremy W Gould Mr Simon Graham

2010 1996 2008 2009 1997 2018 2006 2008 2009 2016 2005 2012 2012 2013 2017 2007 2009 2018 2018 2018 2014 2014 2007 2014 1982 2018 2008 1997 2013 2008 2006 2004 2003 2011 1998 2007 2010 2005 1995 1983 2018 2000 1990 2008 2018 2017 2014 2009 2009 1982 1994 2014 2015 2018 2018 2009 2004 2008 1999 2000 2019 2017 2006 1999 2005 2005

Mrs LH Graham Mr Mike Grainger Mr Peter Grant Mr Barry Gray Mr Anthony Gray Mr Colin Gray Mr David Green Mr Christopher Green Mrs Sarah Green Mrs Robyn Green Mr Nicholas Greenslade Mr Rick Greenslade Mr Eric Greenwood Mr Tom Gregg Mr Les Grenfell Miss Erica Griffith Mr J M Grigg Miss Nicola Grigg Mrs Nicola Groundwater Mr John Growcott Mr Graham Gunn Mr Mark Haase Mr Zane Hagaman Mrs Lani Hagaman Mrs Annette Hale Mr Brian Hall Mr Warren Hamilton Mrs E A M Hamilton Mr Simon Hampton Mrs Helen Hanson Mr Matthew Hardy Miss Belinda Hargreaves Mr Wensley Harkness Mrs Josie Harley Mr Robert Harnett Mr Alan Harper Mr Mike Harris Mr Andrew Harris Mrs Jan Harris Mr Ian Harris Mr Brett Harrison Mr Grant Hatton Mr Graeme Hawker Ms Wendy Hawkins Mr Steve Hay Mr David Hazlett Mrs Kathryn Hazlett Mrs Alison Hazlett Mr Warren Head Mr Chris Healey Miss Clare Healey Mr Graham Heazlewood Mrs Helen Heddell Mr Nathan Hellyer Mrs Kathryn Hellyer Mr G Hennessy Mr Robert Hepburn Ms Robbin Hepburn Mrs Eve Hiatt Mr David Hiatt Mr Anthony Hickman Mrs Belinda Hill Mr Brendan Hill Ms Juliana Hilson Mr Peter Hobill Mrs Prue Hobill Mr Mike Hodgins Mr Doug Holden Mrs Judith Holland Mr Brian Hollands

2005 2019 2003 2008 1980 1997 2003 2004 2004 2018 2004 1984 2007 1984 2009 2012 1990 2016 2010 2016 1982 2004 2016 2016 2018 2002 2009 1994 2015 2018 2007 2016 2019 2005 1996 2004 2009 2016 1993 2018 2012 2002 2016 2018 2015 2014 1993 1998 2003 2008 2002 2004 2014 2014 1990 2007 2009 1981 1999 2012 2013 2015 2016 2008 2013 2014 2016 2008 2016

Mr Peter H Holmes Mr Michael Holmes Mr Trevor Hone Mrs Kay Hood Mr John Hopkinson Mr Andrew Hopping Mrs Hazel Hore Chrissie Hore Mr Ric Horsfall Mr James Howden Mr Donald Howie Mrs Vivien Hubbard Miss Christine Hudson Mrs Gail Hughes Mr John Hughes Mr Kevin Hughes Mr Murray Hurst Mr Stephen Hurst s A J Hutchinson Mrs Angela Hutchinson Mrs Vicki Hutchinson Mrs Caroline Hutchinson Mr Richard Hutchinson Mrs Mary Hutton Miss Rebecca Hyde Mrs Janet Ingram Mr L W Insall Mrs Janet Irving Mr David Jackson Mr Marc Jackson Mr William Jarvie Mr Hamish Jenkins Mrs D I Johnson Ms Sis Johnston Mr Paul Johnston Mr Peter Johnstone Mrs Kate Johnstone Mrs Betsy Jones Mr Alan Jones Mr Michael Jones Mr Chris Jones Mr D Jones Mr Tony Jordan Mr C J Jowers Mr Michael Kain Mr G H C Kain Mr Garry Keast Mr Sam Keenan Mr James Keir Mr Tony Kelly Mr Tim Kelly Mr Jeff Kenny Mr Petrie Kerr Mr Philip Kerr Mr Z G Kerr Dr D M Kerr Mr Mike Keys Mr Dennis King Mr W Kingscote Ms Deb Kingsland Miss Olivia Kinley Anne Kirk Mrs Leonie Knowler Mr Dave Knowles Mr Kevin Kuch Mr Peter Kyle Mr Joe Lagan Miss Michele Lambourn Mrs J E Lane Ms Sharon Lang

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2012 1991 2014 2007 2013 2009 2008 2017 2017 2016 2017 2002 2013 2007 1992 1998 2006 2001 1979 2004 2004 2013 2008 2014 2006 2000 1992 2001 2010 1997 2012 1999 2015 2017 2007 2014 2002 2007 2010 2013 1992 2017 1989 2018 1980 1999 2017 2014 2015 2016 2009 2007 1979 1987 1999 2015 2010 1982 2014 1997 1997 2004 2014 2013 1997 2006 2005 1993 2008

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Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.) MEMBERS Cont. Mr David Lang Mr P H Lankow Marie Laplanche Mr Robbie Larkin Mr John Lawrence Mrs Marlene Leake Mr Simon Leary Mr Jeff Lee Mr P J Lee Mrs Virginia Lee Mr Peter Letham Mr Guy Letham Mr Andrew Letham Ms Christine Lindsay Mr Stephen Lloyd Mr Glenn Lloyd Mrs Linda Lobb Ms Louise Lockie Mr John Logie Mrs Dianne Logie Mr Sean Logue Mr David Lucas Mr Peter Lund Ms Leigh Luney Mr John Luxton Mr David Lyall Mr Roger Lynch Mr Paul Lysaght Mr James Macdonald Mr Trev MacDonald Mr Mitchell MacDonald Mr J P Macefield Mr Simon Macfarlane Mr George Macfarlane Mr Christopher J MacKenzie Mr Philip Mackenzie Mr Alex MacKenzie Mr Scott Mackenzie Mrs Sandra Mackenzie Mr Philip Mangos Mr Michael Manion Mrs Shannon Manson Mr Ed Marfell Mr Jarred Marfell Mrs Alexandra Marie Mr Richard Marlow Mr Kyle Marshall Dr Wayne Martin Mr Guy Martin Ms Tracey Matheson Mr Ashley Mayo Miss Elizabeth McAtamney Mr Alistair McCann Mr Shane McCarthy Mr Brent McCarthy Mr Kerry McCashin Mrs Catherine McClean Mr Ian McClure Mrs Suzanne McCrea Mr Scott McCrea Mrs Gillian McCrostie Mrs Natasha McCurdy Mr A G McDonald Mr Philip McElroy Mr Donald McFarlane B H McFarlane Mrs Janette McFedries Mrs Pam McGirr

2017 1997 2013 2006 2018 1983 2019 2013 1981 2001 2010 2013 2014 2004 2012 2014 2017 2013 2015 1984 2018 2000 2012 2008 2003 1993 1987 2014 2015 2018 2008 1985 2011 1991 2002 2006 2009 2013 2017 2014 2006 2017 2004 2015 2013 2011 2009 2019 1998 2003 2017 2014 2015 2008 2011 2007 2015 2018 2006 1991 2010 2016 1992 2000 2015 2000 2000 2008

Mr Mark McGoldrick Mr Alastair McGregor Mr Duncan McGregor Mr Andrew McGuckin Mrs Alison McGuire Mr Michael McGurk Mr David McHugh Ms Suzie McIlraith Jacqueline McInnes Mr T M McKendry Miss Julie McKenzie Mr R B McKenzie Mr RT McKenzie Mr Grant S McKenzie McKenzie Bloodstock Mr Blair McKinnon Mr Richard McLachlan Mr P B McLaughlin Mr Iain McLean Mrs Rosemary McLennan Mr Jeff Mclennan Mr Terry McLeod Mr William McMenamin Mrs K A V McNabb Mr Curtis McNaughton Mr Reed McNaughton Mr Alastair McNeill Mr Grant McPhail Mr Bruce McPhail Mrs Margaret McPherson Mr William (Beau) McRae Mr G J McWhirter Mr Christopher Mears Mrs Robyn Medlicott Mr David Mee Miss Alexia Mehrtens Mrs Metra Messent Mr Mark Meyer Mr Hamish Millar Mr Craig Millar Mr Jason Millar Mr Kevin Miller Mr Blair Mitchell Miss Karen Mitchell Mrs J M Mitchell Dr J R P Mitchell Mr Steve Moffett Mr D K Molyneux Mr R D Molyneux Mrs Michelle Mora Mrs Sherrill Moreton Mr Grant Morris Mr Peter Morrison Mrs Emma Mulcock Miss Kate Mulholland Mr Timothy Munro Mr Brendan Munro Mr James Murdoch Mr Ross Murdoch Mr Gareth Murfitt Dr Corin Murfitt Mr Phillip Murfitt Mr Kevin Murphy Mr Robert Murphy Mr Drew Murray Mr Richard Murray Mrs Bronwen Murray Mr Martin Murray Mrs Caroline Murray Mr Daniel Needham

2010 2003 2006 2010 1986 2010 2001 2013 2018 1981 2016 1982 1994 2011 1992 2001 1982 2003 2018 2009 2018 2004 1988 1984 2010 2010 2014 2009 2015 2009 2004 1999 2009 2002 2012 2017 2003 1999 2014 2014 1997 2017 2009 2018 1994 1998 2000 1995 1996 2013 2015 2014 1986 2014 2008 2006 2011 2002 2001 2004 2005 2005 2011 2014 2008 2009 2010 2012 2016 2015

Mr Stuart Neill Ms Heather Nelson Mr Peter Nevill Mr L K Newell Mr Keith Neylon Mr David Nicholas Mrs Kelly Nicholls Mr John Nicholls Mr Noel Nicholson Mr David Nind Mr Bryan Noonan Mr Danny Noonan Mr Eddie Norgate Mr John O’Brien Mr Shane O’Brien Mr Tom O’Carroll Mr Jack O’Dea Mr Wayne O’Donnell Mr Joseph O’Donnell Mr Dan O’Leary Mr R A Oliver B O’Neill Mr Michael O’Neill Mrs Kathryn Orange Ms Jane Orbell-Smith Mr Allister Orchard Miss Felicity O’Reilly Mr Rick Orr Mr Jon Orr Mrs Lisa Orr Mr Terence O’Shannessey Mrs Victoria O’Sullivan Mr Martin O’Sullivan Ms SE Owens Mr Mark Paget Mr Brian Palliser Mr Robert Pankhurst Mr Dimitri Pantelos Mr Timothy Parish Mr Russell Parker Ms Deborah Parker Mr Ivan Parkinson Mrs Valerie Parrott Mr William Parsons Mr John Patchett Mrs E Patterson Mr Dave Patterson Mrs Philipa Pattullo Mr David Peacocke Mr Mark Pearce Mr Andrew Pears Mr Charles Pearson Mr Barry Pelling Mr A T (Tony) Penny Mr Peter Phelan Mr Robbie Pheloung Mr Tony Pheloung Mr Bruce Philips Mr Ian Pickard Mr Owen Pickles MNZM Mr Alastair Picton-Warlow Bronwyn Pike Mr Richard Pinnington Miss Victoria Pinnington Mrs Jessica Pinnington-Pilet Mr M R Pitman Mr Anthony Planicka Mr Neil Plummer

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2012 2013 1995 1999 2001 2019 2018 2018 2019 2011 2008 2002 2015 2009 2018 2013 2014 2010 2010 2017 1986 2007 2014 2013 2011 2016 2009 2016 2019 2019 2008 2017 2017 2013 2009 2003 2005 2013 2006 2014 2008 2010 2001 2004 2003 1981 1998 1989 2012 2005 2017 2009 2000 2019 2015 2002 2015 2004 2016 2015 2002 1970 1982 2011 2009 1995 2008 2018

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MEMBERS Cont. Mr Steve Pope Abbie Pope Mrs Julie Power Mrs Marianne Power Mr Graeme Power Mr Michael Power Mr Steven Pratt Mr KW Prendergast Mr Leigh Prescott Griffin Press Ltd Mr John Prosser Mrs Jill Quigley Mrs Fiona Quinn Mr Brian Rabbitt Mr L Radovancich Mr Peter Rae Mr Paul Ragg Mr P Rajnai Dr Hamish Ranken Mr Stewart Rankin Mr D Rankin LM Reardon Mr Andrew Reese-Jones Ms Claudia Reid Mr Peter Reidie Mr Neville Reilly Mrs Mel Renner Ms Lee Retimana Mr Anthony Reveley Mr Colin Reynolds Mr Paul Christian Rhodes Mr Greg Rhodes Mrs Anna Rhodes Mr Ricky Rhodes Mr Craig Richards Mrs Jan Richardson Mr George R Ritchie Mr Brian Roberts Mr Graham Robertson Mr Hamish Robinson Mr Ali Robinson Mr Richard Rookes Mr B P Rooney Mr Chris Rowe Mrs Wendy Rowe Mr Russell Rudkin Mr Kenneth Rutherford Mr William Rutherford Mr Tim Rutherford Mr Mark Rutherford Mr R H Rutherford Mrs Kathy Sanders Mrs Annabelle Sare Mr A Satterthwaite Mr R L J Savage Mr Simon Savill Mrs Rachel Savory Mr Glenn Sayer Mr Michael Scales Mr J Scalmer Mr Todd Schmidt Ms Kirsty Scott Mr John L Scott Mrs Sharon Scott Mrs Louise Scott Mr Murray Scott Mr James Scott Mrs Jo Scott-Lysaght

2017 2016 2008 2001 2014 2018 2013 2000 2011 1998 1986 2011 1998 2010 2006 2007 1991 2007 2013 1998 1991 2019 2012 2016 2012 2015 2015 2009 1981 2017 2017 2015 2019 2006 2012 2015 2015 2018 2015 1979 1996 2001 2013 2005 2006 2008 2017 1981 2016 2015 1998 1991 1985 2003 2014 2014 1997 2014 2005 2011 2012 2017 2015 2018 1998

Mrs Leslie Seaton Mrs Margaret Seaton Mrs Joan Selinger Mr David Shadbolt Mr Kerry Shaw Mr Peter Shaw Mr Ben Shaw Mr Andrew Shaw Ms Paulette Shearer Mr Bob Shearing Mrs Gabrielle Sheehy Mr Matthew Shepherd Mrs Debra Silva Mr Jeremy Silva Mrs Angela Silvester Mr Griff Simpson Mr John Simpson Mr Richard Sissons Mr Toby Skevington Alison Smith Mr Christopher Smith Mr Steven Smith Mrs Margaret Smith Mr Denis Smith Lyn Smith Mr Hilton Smith Mr James Smith Mrs Denise Smythe Mr Michael Smythe Mr Richard Snell Mr Chris Sparks Mr Andrew Sparrow Mr Edward Sparrow Miss Helen Spencer-Bower Heather Spicer Mr Richard Sprott Mr Jean-Pierre St Guillaume Mr Ross Stackhouse Mr Matt Standing Mr Greg Stanley Mr Gerard Stark Mr Brian Steel Mr Donald Stewart Mr Norman Stewart Mrs Pauline Stewart Mr Strath Stewart Mrs Rebecca Stewart Mrs Margaret Stewart Mr M Stickle Mr Michael Stokes Mr Bevan Stone Mr Warren Storm Mr Andrew Stratton Mr Robbie Strawford Mr Richard Stringer Mr Alan Stuck Mr Kevin Sturgeon Mr Ronald Sullivan Mr Jock Sutherland Mr R G Sutherland Mr Kent Sutherland Mr Jason Suttie Mrs Margaret Svensson Mr Christopher Swale Mr William Swale Mrs Carolyn Swanston Dr Robert Sweeney Mr Daryl Taggart Mr AB Tait Mr Aaron Tapper

2008 2013 1985 2006 2004 2008 2008 1997 2006 2008 2018 1997 2003 2015 2016 2002 2014 1991 2018 2004 2003 2005 2010 2012 2018 1988 2010 2011 2019 2005 2013 2005 2006 1995 2003 2014 2015 2010 1999 2017 2011 2015 2004 2009 2017 1997 2002 2007 1996 1997 2012 2019 2018 2004 2012 2015 2013 2007 1997 1998 2001 2009 2006 2006 2006 2008 2003 2008 2006 2017

Mr Murray Taylor Mrs Diane Taylor Mr Warren Taylor Mr G R K Taylor Mr M E Taylor Ms Anna Taylor Mr M Templeton Mr Craig Thiele Mr Kerry Thomas Miss Michelle Thomas Mr Barry Thomas Mr W A (Snow) Thomas Mrs Kerryn Thomas Ms Michelle Thompson Mr Paul Thornhill Mr Gerard Thwaites Mr John Thwaites Dr Michael Thwaites Mrs Genevieve Thwaites-Boyle Mr Mark Tibbotts Mr Craig Todd Mr Travis Tomlinson Mr Greg Tomlinson Mr Stephen Tooley Mr William Toomey Mrs Gloria Toplis Mr Ben Tothill Ms Cheryl Towers Mrs C E Treleaven Mr Kevin Turnbull Mr J R Turnbull Mrs Anna Turner Dr Richard Turner Mr R M Turton Mr Allan Tyler Mr David J Usher Mr Hans van Schreven Mrs Deborah Vaughan Mrs Margaret Vermeulen Mr Louis Vieceli Mr David Voice Mrs Beverley Voyce Mr Matthew Waghorn Ms Wendy Wakefield Mr Matt Walker Mr M J Wallace Mr Justin Wallace Mr Nick Walls Mrs Anne Marie Walsh Mrs Denise Ward Mr David Ward Mr Frederick Ward Mr M J Ward Mr Rupert Ward Mr Graeme Watson Miss J G Watson Mr Dean Weastell Mrs Mary Jane Webb Mr John Weller Mrs Leith Wells Mr Rohan Welsh Mrs Elizabeth Whalan Mr Glen White Mr Mark White Mrs Jacqueline Whiting Mr Colin Wightman Mr Kenneth Wigley Mr Gus Wigley Ms Elizabeth Wilkinson

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2006 2011 2015 1996 1996 2017 1997 2008 2011 1980 1980 1988 2006 2017 2018 2002 2003 2009 2015 2011 2009 2006 2010 2014 2013 2019 1991 2013 1993 2014 1987 2014 1998 1997 2015 1991 1993 2011 2006 1996 2005 2015 2019 2007 2011 2007 2018 2012 2004 2009 2013 2014 1981 2002 2008 1982 2002 2007 2009 2007 2013 1992 2012 2014 2011 2007 2006 2013 2015

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MEMBERS Cont. Mr David Mrs Carol Mr Scott Mr R Ian Mr Frederick Mrs Ella Mr Phil Miss Deb Mr Paul Mr Richard Mr Jeremy Mr Hamish Mrs Victoria Mr Andrew Mr Paul Mrs Sarah Mr Hamish Mrs Nicky Ms Lyn Lee Mrs Jacqui Mr Andrew Mr Richard Hon. Justice Mr Gerard Mr MW

Williams Williams Williams Williamson Williamson Williscroft Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Woerlee Wood Woodhouse Woodley Woods Wouters Wouters Wright Wright Wright Wright Wylie Wylie Yardley Sir WilliamYoung Zandbergen Zuppicich

YOUNG 2005 2015 2010 1996 2018 2010 2005 2005 2010 2018 2005 1986 2009 2012 2013 2018 2018 2011 2011 2015 2018 2017 2017 2001 1979 2002 1980

Mr George Adams Mr Charles Babbage Mr Shannon Bird Mr Aaron Breckell Ms Sophie Burgess Ms Lucy Burgess Mr Archibald Cameron Miss Alice Cohen Mr Tom Cunningham Mr James Fleming Mr James Greenwood Miss Ashleigh Hampton Mr Jack Harrington Miss Alice Harris Mr George Hubbard Mr Louis Jackson Mr Thomas Karstensen Miss Laura Keenan Mr Tim Le Cren Mr Forbes Leckie Miss Thomasina Loeffen Mr Josh Lowsley Mr Sam Martin Mr John McCall Miss Sophie McClenaghan Mr Hamish McKerchar Miss Lucy McPherson Mr Andrew McWhirter Mr Michael Mills Miss Georgia Morton Mr Samuel Pearce Miss Grace Pearce Mr Thomas Robin Mr Mitchell Scheuber Miss Trinity St Guillaume Mr Samuel Stewart Mr Simon Watson Miss Emily Wilkinson Miss Emma Wright

2016 2015 2011 2017 2018 2018 2016 2011 2016 2018 2007 2018 2015 2015 2014 2016 2007 2018 2007 2016 2014 2016 2018 2012 2019 2010 2014 2013 2018 2015 2012 2014 2019 2017 2016 2010 2008 2018 2009

PROVINCIAL Mr Phillip Anderson Mr Keith Ballantyne Mr Tim Bennetts Mr John Blackadder Mrs Barbara Blackie Mr Robin Brown Mrs Diane Chesmar Mr M Chesmar Mr Murray Cuttance Mr Graeme Dawson Mr Mark Donald Mr Danny Frye Mr Andrew Gould Mr Lindsay Hewitt Mr Steve Hewitt Mr Dennis Iggo Mr Robert Ireland Mr D Lamb Mr Andrew Mason Mrs Angie Mason Robyn Mauger Mr Matthew McCarthy Mr Dave McConchie Mr Warren McFelin Mr Noel McGirr Mr J C (Craig) McIntosh Trish Moffat Ms Brenda Moore Mr L Morris Mr Hamish Murray Miss Henrietta Murray Ms Annette Newman Miss Amanda Pascoe Mr Jim Poulter Mr Malcolm Price Mrs Gaye Price Mr Daniel Reardon Mr Phil Rich Miss Tracey Richards Ms Jean Schluter Dr Graham Shearman Mr Max Skelton Mrs J Smith Mr Joe Stewart Mrs Lee-Anne Stewart Mrs D Stewart Mr SD Thomas Mr Neil Tuttle Ms Rose Whitham Mrs Adrienne Wood

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2018 2016 2014 1999 2018 2013 2009 2018 2004 2004 2015 2015 2016 2011 2019 2005 2016 2016 2014 2009 2012 2009 2016 2009 2011 2013 2017 2018 2005 2003 2011

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2019/20 SEASON RACE DATES

Canterbury Jockey Club (Inc.)

1.

Saturday 3 August 2019

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Premier Noon

Winning Edge Presentations Winter Cup (Group 3) Yesberg Insurance Services Koral Steeplechase

2.

Wednesday 7 August 2019 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

3.

Saturday 10 August 2019 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Premier

Hospitality NZ Canterbury Grand National Hurdles (PJR)

Noon

Racecourse Hotel & Motor Lodge NZ Grand National Steeplechase (PJR) Christchurch Casino Winter Classic

4.

Saturday 7 September 2019

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

5.

Saturday 21 September 2019

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB

6.

Saturday 5 October 2019 RICCARTON PARK–NORTH CANTERBURY Noon

7.

Saturday 26 October 2019

8.

Saturday 9 November 2019

9.

Wednesday 13 November 2019

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Premier

Noon

10.

Saturday 16 November 2019

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Iconic

Noon

11.

Friday 6 December 2019 RICCARTON PARK –NORTH CANTERBURY

12.

Saturday 25 January 2020

13.

Saturday 8 February 2020 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

14.

Thursday 13 February 2020

15.

Friday 21 February 2020 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

16.

Thursday 5 March 2020 RICCARTON PARK – AMBERLEY

17.

Saturday 21 March 2020 RICCARTON PARK – HORORATA Noon

18.

Noon

NZ Bloodstock Canterbury Belle Stakes (Listed)

Waimakairiri Businesses North Canterbury Cup

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

Zacinto Stakes (Gr 3) / Christchurch Casino Spring Classic (Listed)

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Premier Noon

Al Basti Equiworld NZ 2000 Guineas (Gr 1) / Redwood Metropolitan (Listed) Yesberg Insurance Services Pegasus Stakes (Listed)

Coupland’s Bakeries Mile (Gr 2) / Lindauer Stewards Stakes (Gr 3) Valachi Downs Canterbury Breeders Stakes (Gr 3)

gavelhouse.com NZ 1000 Guineas (Gr1) Christchurch Casino 155th NZ Cup (Gr3) Barneswood Farm Welcome Stakes (Listed)

3.00pm

“Christmas at the Races” part of a nationwide themed series of racemeetings. Twilight

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

Speight’s Timaru Stakes (Listed)

CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

Noon

Summer Cup

Valachi Downs SI Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (Gr 3) Seaton Family Memorial Hororata Gold Cup

Saturday 4 April 2020 RICCARTON PARK – RICCARTON TURF

Noon

Christchurch Casino Easter Cup (Listed) NZB Insurance Stakes (Listed) / Founders Cup

19.

Saturday 18 April 2020 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

20.

Saturday 2 May 2020 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB – Premier

21.

Saturday 30 May 2020 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Noon

22.

Saturday 20 June 2020 RICCARTON PARK –AMBERLEY Noon

Coca Cola Canterbury Gold Cup (Gr 3) / NZ Bloodstock Warstep Stakes (Listed)

Noon

Daphne Bannan Memorial Great Easter Stakes (Listed) / Berkley Stud Champagne Stakes (Listed)

Greenwood Amberley Winter Cup / Mid Winter Christmas races

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