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NZB National Weanling Sale Catalogues Out Today!

NZB National Weanling Sale Catalogues Out Today!

Catalogues for New Zealand Bloodstock's first, dedicated, National Weanling Sale go in the post today, with the full catalogue of entries, together with pedigree updates and withdrawals, also available on the New Zealand Bloodstock website.

The National Weanling Sale, scheduled for Sunday 7 May 2006 at Karaka, will feature 271 weanlings by some of New Zealand's and Australia's most exciting sires.

Plus, 18 sires will be making their sale debut with weanlings from their first southern hemisphere crops: AL JADEED (USA), CAPTAIN RIO (GB), CHIANTI (IRE), DANROAD (AUS), DUBAI DESTINATION (USA), EKRAAR (USA), ELUSIVE CITY (USA), GOLD MINE (USA), HAWK WING (USA), ISHIGURU (USA), LE BEC FIN, LUCKY OWNERS, OCCIDENTAL TOURIST (USA), RUSTY SPUR (USA), SOVIET FLASH (IRE), SPARTACUS (IRE), STORM CREEK (USA) and THORN PARK (AUS), plus the first New Zealand-bred crop by KING OF KINGS (IRE).

This Sale promises buyers exceptional pinhooking opportunities, and with new tax changes set to come into effect on 1 August, now is the ideal time to invest in the New Zealand thoroughbred industry.

For National Weanling Sale catalogues or enquiries, contact New Zealand Bloodstock on +64 9 2980055, or recp@nzb.co.nz.

Results from yesterday's Autumn Mixed Bloodstock Sale, together with sale statistics and details of top lots, top vendors and top buyers, can now be viewed online in the Sale News section of the New Zealand Bloodstock website.

National Weanling Sale

Sunday, 7 May, 2006


New Zealand Bloodstock
Karaka Sales Centre

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