Community and Sponsorship

Kelt Capital has always actively looked for ways to support the community and individual talents within it. In doing this, Kelt Capital has designed and led a number of community sponsorship initiatives, enabled some of our most talented to excel on the world stage and supported schools in their respective ambitions.

Leading initiatives include; the creation of Kelt Capital Stakes, Kelt Capital Horse Of The Year, sponsorship of the Kelt Capital Magpies, supporting Emma Twigg in becoming World Champion and helping Havelock North Primary build a multi-purpose astroturf facility.

Moving forward, Kelt Capital will continue to develop further initiatives to have the greatest positive impact that it can on its respective communities and upcoming talent that it identifies.

Young People

Kelt Capital see’s young people as the future to New Zealand’s success and consequently has always strived to invest significant time and money into helping them excel. Initiatives have been focussed on local primary schools, Hereworth and Havelock North Primary School.


Kelt Capital believes a strong and connected community is key to a region’s success and as a consequence has been involved in the design and expansion of a number of leading community initiatives. From the creation of New Zealand’s most affluent horse race to helping the Hawkes Bay Magpies return to the top division, Kelt Capital has always looked to help the community grow.


Kelt Capital passionately believes in helping talent reach its potential on the world stage. This was the key motivating factor for why Kelt Capital supported Emma Twigg at Hastings Girls High School through to becoming 2014 Rowing World Champion. In 2020, a similar sponsorship partnership was launched with Jonte Wright, as he ambitions to become a 2024 Olympic Champion.