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Enter Now for Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale

ENTER NOW for the NZB National Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale

Entry forms are out now for New Zealand Bloodstock's National Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale, scheduled for 6 & 7 August 2006 at Karaka.

Previously conducted in May, New Zealand Bloodstock's new Sales Schedule sees the country's largest breeding stock sale moved to August. With Racing Minister, Rt Hon Winston Peters', proposed tax changes due to come into effect on 1 August, this Sale is well-placed for breeders to take advantage of New Zealand's new and improved depreciation regime for broodmares.

We welcome entries for this Sale for broodmares, yearlings, 2YOs, racehorses, untried horses, stallions and stallion shares.

Entries for New Zealand Bloodstock's National Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale close on Friday 26 May 2006. For entry forms please contact Greg Shirley ( or (09) 2980055).


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