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SBOANJ Seeks Pacing Stallions To Stand In New Jersey

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Harness racing on Open Space Pace day, Sept. 16, 2017 at Freehold Raceway. Credits: Courtesy Bonnie Drake
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MANALAPAN, N.J. — The Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association is looking for pacing stallions to stand stud in the state of New Jersey. While our state is fortunate to have several strong trotting stallions standing in 2018, we lack significant representation on the pacing side. 

The SBOANJ has developed the “Home Grown Pace” for pacing foals of 2016 in an attempt to increase racing opportunities for pacers. New stallions will help populate this stakes program as well as increase New Jersey Sire stakes entries. 

The SBOANJ is considering financial incentives for pacing stallion owners who bring their stallions to New Jersey. 

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Owners interested in standing a pacing stallion in New Jersey, should  call the SBOANJ office at 732-462-2357.

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