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New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame

The New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame is an organization created to recognise and honour those whose achievements have enriched the New Zealand Horse racing industry. The Hall of Fame's first group of honorees were inducted in 2006.

The numbers in brackets after each name indicates the year of induction into the Hall of Fame.



Inaugural (2006)


  • Defaulter (2010)
  • Eulogy (2010)


  • Sir George Clifford
  • Sir Patrick Hogan
  • George Gatonby Stead


  • William J. Broughton
  • William D. Skelton
  • Linda Jones
  • David Peake
  • Grenville Hughes


  • Richard John Mason
  • David J. O'Sullivan
  • Ray Verner
  • John Wheeler

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