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Karaka Ready to Run Sale Breeze Up Clips Online

2006 Karaka Ready to Run Sale Breeze Up Clips Online Now

Following the successful completion of the 2006 Ready to Run Sale official Breeze Ups on 26 & 27 October, clips of all horses that breezed up can now be viewed online at www.nzb.co.nz.

Of the 333 Sale entries, a total of 274 horses breezed up over the final 200m of the Te Rapa racetrack last week. Each 20 second website clip is 2.3MB so will take a few seconds to load.

Breeze Up clips are also available on CD-Rom and DVD upon request to Haylie Martin (haylie@nzb.co.nz).

The 2006 New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale will be conducted at Karaka on 21 & 22 November. For catalogues, hotel accommodation in Auckland, or further information, contact Marketing Manager, Petrea Vela (petrea[at]nzb.co.nz or +64 9 2980055).


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