Welcome to the home page of the New Zealand Trainers’ Association, representing New Zealand licensed thoroughbred trainers for 40 years!

If you are looking for a trainer to help you choose a horse either at the sales or perhaps has one in their stable available, click the Cup icon below or for more indepth details on trainers, see if they have a full profile submitted of their facilities and services on the PROFILE tab. If you would like to see the latest Premiership figures, you can click Trainers' Premiership for a link to the NZ racing website.

If you are a trainer and wish to see the latest newsletters, please click on the "For Trainers" section. To view the benefits of being a member, please click on "Benefits". Employment Compliance information and a list of possible staff is on the Employment page. Check out the Links page for access to our sponsors, industry organisations and direct contact with some of our suppliers who provide discounts to members. You can also be listed on the Trainers looking for Staff listing, and ads can be placed on your behalf.

 

FASTTRACK INSURANCE  - FREE HAZARD SIGNS FOR ENTRY GATES

Members of the NZ Trainers’ Association have the opportunity to get a free entry sign that is compliant with Health & Safety legislation. It will advise those entering the horse training facility that it is a multiple hazard area and they must comply with all safety regulations.  FastTrack Insurance will send trainers a FREE entry sign – all a trainer is required to do is request a no                                                                                                            obligation quote for an insurance cover. 

A trainer simply needs to scan or take a snap of their current insurance policy and email it to info@fasttrackinsurance.co.nz or call 0800 722 369 to receive a quote. 

News
   
WINNER DUNSTAN TRAINERS’ MAIDEN NZ AWARD FOR APRIL 2017 ››
11 May 2017The meeting chosen for April was held at Pukekura Park by Taranaki Racing on 13th April. The winner of the Mike Crowther Memorial Maiden 2000m was Marty O’Ceirin, trained by Sandy Cookson from Foxton. As Sandy is a member of the Trainers’ Associatio
St John Training Courses ››
03 May 2017NZTR has scheduled a series of St John First Aid workshops for licensed industry participants to whom it might be relevant. Each workshop will be limited to a maximum of 20 attendees. They will take place as follows: Awapuni Racecourse: Friday 5 May