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May 15 Stakes Payment Deadlines

Published: May 5, 2011 2:13 pm ET

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Trot Insider has begun to consolidate all of the releases pertaining to stakes payments which are due Sunday, May 15. Check back with this note, as it will be updated as releases are received.

This notice may not contain all stakes with payments due on May 15. Please refer to your stakes guide for more information.


Standardbred Canada May 15 Stakes Payment Reminder

Standardbred Canada would like to remind horsemen that stakes payments are due on or before Monday, May 16 (one extra day is granted because May 15 falls on a weekend).

Stakes payments can now be paid on the SC website using the new Online Stake Payment Program (log in and click on 'eshop' at the top of the SC home page). The SC online staking service also allows you to make payments for events such as Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS), Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) stakes, and any stakes that SC currently administers, including stakes programs in Alberta and the Maritimes.

Please note that payments for WEG stakes must be submitted by SC to WEG on the stakes' due date, therefore these stakes online stakes payments must be made one day before the payment due date. Please check the due date carefully.

Payment information and stake conditions can be viewed on the Canadian Stakes Guide by clicking here.

Yearling Nominations

• Canadian Breeders Championship - $25
• Atlantic Sires Stakes - $35
• Maritime Breeders Futurity - $50
• Island Breeders Series - $30
• Nova Scotia Stake - $25
• Maritimer Stake - $20
• Frank & Beth Stanfield Mem. - $50
• Donnie & George Turner Mem. - $20
• Carl & Marg Mackenzie - $20
• Bill Quigg Mem. - $15
• Williamson Mem. - $15
• PEI Lady Slipper Series - $75
• Joe O'Brien Mem. - $75

Two-Year-Old Payments

• Lucien Bombardier - $150
• Roger White - $150

Three-Year-Old Payments

• Canadian Breeders Championship - $200
• Lady Crocus - $20

Aged Mare Payments

• Prairie Lily Pace - $20
• Erwin Andrew Memorial Pace - $100
• Meridian Mares Trotting Series - $100

If you did not receive a stakes notice in the mail, a generic stakes form can be used to submit payments by mail. It can be located by clicking here.

Please mail and make cheques payable to:

Standardbred Canada - Stakes Department
2150 Meadowvale Blvd.
Mississauga, ON
L5N 6R6

Envelopes must be clearly post-marked on or before May 16 to be accepted, despite inadequacies of the postal system.

For more information, contact Caren Brown, stakes coordinator, at 905-858-3060 (Ext. 242) or [email protected].


OSS Yearling Nomination Payments Due May 16

The Ontario Sires Stakes Administration would like to remind everyone that May 15 is the deadline for OSS yearling nominations. However, since the 15th falls on a Sunday this year, payments postmarked by Monday, May 16 will be accepted.

Payments can also be made in person at the Ontario Racing Commission office at 10 Carlson Court, Suite 400, Toronto, ON up until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 16.

The nomination payment is $100 per yearling, and owners are also reminded that their yearlings must be registered at the time of nomination or payments will not be accepted.

Nomination forms were mailed out mid-April, but anyone who did not receive a form for their yearling can print one by going to the OSS website or clicking here.

It is recommended that payments be sent by registered mail so the sender has proof of mailing. If not sending payments by registered mail, please be aware that envelopes are not always postmarked the day they are dropped into a mailbox. You are advised to make certain that your envelope does get stamped by the deadline.

All cheques should be made payable and mailed to:

Ontario Sires Stakes
10 Carlson Court, Suite 400,
Toronto, ON M9W 6L2

(OSS)


WEG May 16 Stakes Reminder

The Woodbine Entertainment Group would like to issue a final reminder to all owners, horsemen and women, of the upcoming stakes closing on Monday, May 16.

There are numerous stakes nominations and sustaining payments which are due for the circuit’s major stakes events.

Sustaining payments are due for the 2011 Champlain Open & Champlain Fillies (for two-year-olds).

Envelopes must be clearly post-marked no later than the said due date or payment will not be accepted. Registered mail is recommended.

For more information, click here.

(WEG)


Ellamony Nominations Due

Nominations are due May 15, 2011 for the Ellamony at Flamboro Downs. For pacing mares that are four-years-old and older, the race will have $20,000 eliminations on Saturday, June 18 with a $100,000 added final set for June 25, 2011. The nomination fee is $1,000 with cheques payable to Flamboro Downs Holdings Limited.

For more info, contact the Flamboro race office at 905-627-5822.


Masters Series Nominations Due

Georgian Downs would like to remind horsemen that nominations close May 15, 2011 for the Masters Series for four-year-old and older pacing and trotting horses and mares that are Ontario-sired. There are separate events for pacing mares, trotting mares, pacing horses & geldings and trotting horses & geldings, all with $100,000 added finals.

Eliminations are set for Saturday, July 2 with $25,000 purses with the finals the following Saturday, July 9. The nomination fee of $1,000 is due May 15, 2011, and the nomination fee will be added to the final. There is no starting fee.

For more information, contact the Georgian race office at 705-726-2558.


Yearling Nominations Due May 15 For Delaware, OH Grand Circuit Events

Yearling nominations for foals of 2010 are due on May 15 for all Delaware, Ohio Grand Circuit events.

Little Brown Jug and Jugette nominations are $50 each and are due May 15. The races will be contested in 2013. A fee of $25 is also due for the Old Oaken Bucket and Buckette, which also will be contested in 2013.

Twenty-five dollar nomination fees for all four divisions of the two-year-old Standardbred Series, which will be raced in 2012, are also due May 15.

Two-Year-Old events to be raced during Grand Circuit week 2012:

• Standardbred Colt Pace - $80,000 (estimated)
• Standardbred Colt Trot - $70,000 (estimated)
• Standardbred Filly Pace - $60,000 (estimated)
• Standardbred Filly Trot - $60,000 (estimated)

Three-Year-Old events to be raced during Grand Circuit Week 2013:

• Little Brown Jug Three-Year-Old Colt Pace - $700,000 (estimated)
• Jugette Three-Year-Old Filly Pace - $400,000 (estimated)
• Old Oaken Bucket Three-Year-Old Colt Trot - $125,000 (estimated)
• Buckette Three-Year-Old Filly Trot - $100,000 (estimated)

Make payments to:

The Delaware County Fair
Tom Wright
PO Box 1560
Powell, OH
43065

Call or write for complete conditions of each event (office - 614-847-1948).

Further information is available online at littlebrownjug.com.

(LBJ)


May 15 Deadline To Nominate Yearlings To NJSS & NJ Stakes

Important payments are due May 15 to make and keep horses eligible to the lucrative New Jersey Sire Stakes program and other special stakes races for New Jersey-sired horses.

Nominations are due for foals of 2010 that are yearlings in 2011. All horses nominated must be registered with the U. S. Trotting Association or Standardbred Canada.

For eligibility to the sire stakes program (Premier and Green Acres divisions), payments should be mailed to NJSS, P.O. Box 330, Trenton, NJ 08625.

NJSS Executive Director Christopher Castens said that registered mail is strongly suggested to avoid potential problems in mailing or delivery of payments. No late payments are accepted.

The fee is $50 for the NJSS Premier and Green Acres Divisions if a copy of the yearling’s registration certificate accompanies the nomination. Without a copy of the certificate, the fee is $75. The Lou Babic Pace nomination fee, which is also due May 15, is an additional $25 for the open division and $15 for the filly division.

It is important to note that the yearling nomination fee is $250 if the foal being nominated is the result of the interstate transport of a registered New Jersey stallion’s semen to a mare outside the state of New Jersey, provided a copy of the certificate accompanies the fee. Without the certificate, the interstate semen transport nomination fee is $275.

(NJSS)



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