Allie Umoff joins Ray on the Punters’ club to talk about the SAROA Cocktail Party to be held after the races on Darley Goodwood day (May 19th). They also discuss the move of the Morphettville barrier trials back to the Race-day stalls on May 24th. SAROA will be providing a BBQ breakfast on the day and would love to see as many owners as possible attend.
Luke and Ray talk about the SA Carnival of Racing and Luke mentions an occurrence where the Racing Australia Co-Ownership agreement helped to resolve an ownership dispute.
We have an update from Lloyd Kennewell on Island Game (our lottery horse).
She is pre-training with Matthew Seyers at Murray Bridge and is due to return to the city stables in the new week or two.
To hear Lloyd’s report in full please click on the following link
SAROA Committee member Allie Umoff talks to Ray on the Punter’s Club. They discuss Allie’s horse interests and then the upcoming SAROA Cocktail Event on May 19th
Stallion nominations to Valentia (courtesy Cornerstone Stud), Paantino (thanks to Sun Stud), Rebel Raider and Crackerjack King (both supplied by Wyndholm Park Stud).
Luke brings Ray up to date on proceedings at the recent ATROC meeting. In particular they discuss the changes to the Co-ownership agreement contained within the Australian Rules of Racing and provisions introduced by Racing NSW that outline owner responsibilities on retiring a racehorse.
Luke discusses with Ray his candidacy for the Legislative Council on a “Racing Means Jobs” platform and the Adelaide Cup.
Luke tells Ray all about the new admission privileges that SAROA has been able to negotiate with the SAJC for SAROA members.
They discuss Luke’s candidacy for the Legislative Council on a “Racing means Jobs” platform.
Great news for SAROA members, we have been negotiating for increased benefits for our members and we are pleased to announce a new benefit that has been granted to us by SAJC.
We are very grateful that the SAJC has agreed to provide General Admission to Morphettville on days when owners do not have a horse racing. This is a brilliant offer by the SAJC and is available to all SAROA members except on Feature Race Days ( Adelaide and Melbourne Cups, Spring and Autumn Carnival and Twilight meetings).
Entry will be via use of your SAROA membership card but will be for financial members only. That is all membership cards with the last four digits of the barcode ranging from 2400 to 2750. So if you are not currently a financial member please pop on the website using this link https://saroa.com.au/about-saroa/membership/
Our sincere thanks again to the SAJC and we would encourage our members to make full use of this offer whenever possible.