Wanamaker's to Host First New Jersey-Bred Sale

Monmouth Park | Sarah Andrew

Wanamaker's, in partnership with the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association of New Jersey, will be holding its first-ever New Jersey-Bred Sale on Thursday, Nov. 16.

“We are excited to partner with Wanamaker's on a New Jersey-bred mixed sale,” said Michael Campbell, executive director of Thoroughbred Breeders' Association of New Jersey. “The New Jersey-bred program is gaining attention from breeders and owners across the country.  The partnership with Wanamaker's is a great benefit to New Jersey breeders who can sell their horses without the stress and financial commitment of bringing them to the sales grounds. With a dozen New Jersey-breds earning over $100,000 in purse earnings during the 51-day Monmouth Park meet, now is a great time to be involved in the New Jersey-bred program.”

Wanamaker's CEO Liza Hendriks added, “We are delighted to announce our exciting partnership with the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association of New Jersey, which promises to provide New Jersey breeders and owners with an exceptional selling experience and simultaneously extend the reach of New Jersey-breds throughout the nation.”

Entries will be open until Monday, Nov. 6 and the catalogue will be released Nov. 8. The entry fee will be $300. The sale will be open to horses of all ages and all entries must be registered with the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association of New Jersey. For more information on the buying and selling processes through Wanamaker's, please visit www.wanamakers.com.

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