Greg Purcell, chief executive of New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing, paid tribute to Mundy, who rode 232 winners in the country, including in four blacktype races.
What does NZTR stand for?
NZTR stands for New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing
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His background, both at the BHB and in senior jobs at New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing and Racing Victoria, is seen as an advantage.
Cheltenham racecourse and New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing have joined forces to give an opportunity for one horse to take part in the global jumping calendar's stellar event based on performances in 24 of New Zealand's biggest races.
New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing spokesman Simon Cooper - the former Ascot and At The Races PR man - told local racing press he would be surprised if such an occurrence had happened before.
Speaking in the NZ Herald, New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing chief executive Paul Bittar said: "This decision supports the strong line the industry takes on jockey safety, and sends a clear message that prohibited substances will not be tolerated in our sport.
Bittar's commercial move CONGRATULATIONS to former BHB project manager Paul Bittar on taking up a new senior executive role with Racing Victoria Ltd, which means he will return to his native Australia after nearly four years as chief executive of New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing.
Guy Sargent Chairman, New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing