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OSS sustaining payments due April 15

04:54 AM 09 Apr 2021 NZST
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APRIL 8, 2021 - Ontario Sires Stakes sustaining payments of $600 ($480 USD) for two-year-olds are due April 15, 2021.

Due to the current racing shutdown, Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS) staff members are working limited hours and may not be able to respond to calls and messages regarding telephone payments before the April 15 deadline.

As a result, owners are encouraged to mail their payments before April 15. To confirm the receipt of a payment please send it by registered mail, Priority Post or courier (addresses below) rather than calling the OSS office.

Those who prefer to pay by credit card over the telephone should:

1) Call well in advance of the April 15 deadline.

2) Clearly leave a name and telephone number if staff members are unable to answer.

3) Telephone messages regarding credit card payments received before the April 15 deadline will be considered on-time payments even if the deadline has passed before staff members are able to return the call.

Please allow 10 to 14 days for your payment to be processed and be aware that payments made through the SC Stakes Online portal are not processed until the April 15 deadline has passed. As payments are processed the list of horses sustained will be posted to the OSS website at https://oss.ontarioracing.com/participants/#!osshorses/2021/N.

Yearling nominations of $100 ($80 USD) are due May 15. Nomination forms were mailed in early April and can be found on the OSS website at https://oss.ontarioracing.com/yearling-nomination/.

The Ontario Sires Stakes staff appreciates your patience during this time. For further enquiries please contact ossprogram@ontarioracing.com or 905-854-7808.

For rules, notices, Program changes, up-to-date point standings, race replays, and more, visit: www.ontariosiresstakes.com

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