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Spring Bloodstock Sale - Quality Mares

Spring Bloodstock Sale - Quality Mares

The catalogue for next week’s Spring Bloodstock Sale has received a huge boost with the inclusion of three dispersal sales.

The first dispersal will be offered through the main catalogue and includes 27 broodmares from the successful Golden Horseshoe syndicate. These mares are to be offered on an Unreserved basis, following the sale of the company that owns them. Mares by such top sires as NUREYEV, AFFIRMED, DAYJUR, MISWAKI, FAIRY KING, ALZAO, LAST TYCOON, CANNY LAD,NASSIPOUR, CHIEF'S CROWN AND SHIRLEY HEIGHTS, to name just a few will be offered.

The Supplementary Catalogue - to be offered immediately following the main catalogue - includes two further dispersals. The Norelands Stud Broodmare Dispersal features quality mares by Rory's Jester, Last Tycoon, Shirley Heights, Marscay and Snippets to name a few.

An Unreserved Dispersal of Bob McHardie Bloodstock will also be offered through the Supplementary Sale and includes stock by Stravinsky, Carnegie, Shinko King, Nassipour, Grosvenor and Align to name a few.

All pedigrees are available for viewing at The main Spring Sale catalogue includes Lots 1 - 158, with the Supplementary catalogue commencing at Lot 159.

Further details will be published in Friday's New Zealand Thoroughbred Update and on

The Spring Sale will take place at Karaka on Sunday 17th August, commencing 11am.

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