Vicbred First Win Bonuses boosted from 2021 foal crop

07 September 2020
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Alterations to the Vicbred program to be unveiled by Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) in coming weeks will substantially boost the Vicbred First Win Bonus (FWB), rewarding connections of locally bred horses.

The changes will come into effect from the foal crop of 2021 – meaning mares served this year.

A new Vicbred tier will see progeny out of Victorian-based mares who are also sired by an Australasian bred stallion physically standing in Victoria eligible to receive a $12,000 FWB – up from the previous longstanding bonus of $7000. 

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