Canadian Graduate Series and New Holland Series nominations due February 1

Canadian Graduate Series and New Holland Series nominations due February 1

MILTON, January 17, 2024 – Woodbine Mohawk Park would like to remind all owners and trainers that nominations for this year’s Canadian Graduate Series and New Holland Series close February 1.

The Canadian Graduate Series is open to Canadian sired four-year-old pacers and trotters. The series made its debut last year as the Ontario Graduate before Woodbine opted to open the event up to any Canadian sired four-year-old for 2024.

The event features a series for Open Pacers, Mare Pacers and Trotters.

The Canadian Graduate Series consists of three $25,000 preliminary legs and a $75,000 added money final. All three series finals will take place on Saturday, May 4.

The nomination fee is $500 (CAD). To view the conditions and nomination form, click here.

The New Holland Series returns for 2024 with a Pacing and Trotting Series offered.

The New Holland is open to Non-Winners of $150,000 (Fillies & Mares $175,000) in 2023 and consists of two $30,000 preliminary legs and a $60,000 added money final.

The event begins with the Trotting Series on March 11 and Pacing Series on March 16 before both finals are held on Saturday, March 30.

The nomination fee for the New Holland Series is $500 (CAD). To view the conditions and nomination form, click here.

Nominations for the Canadian Graduate and New Holland close on Thursday, February 1.

To make nomination payments online, click here.

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Adare Castle winning last year's Ontario Graduate Series. (New Image Media)
Adare Castle winning last year's Ontario Graduate Series. (New Image Media)
Mark McKelvie
Mark McKelvie Sr. Manager Communications, Woodbine Entertainment

 

 

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