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Karaka Yearling Clips Now Online

Karaka Yearling Clips Now Online

Videos clips of over 300 yearlings featured at New Zealand Bloodstock's 2008 National Yearling Sales Series have now gone online on the New Zealand Bloodstock website.

In association with Sirecam a number of clips can also be viewed on the Stallions website.

The first of the 1556 yearlings catalogued at the 2008 Karaka Yearling Sale are set to go under the hammer on 28 January, with the commencement of the two-day Premier Sale at 11am. The sales week continues with the three-day Select Sale from Wednesday 30 January, and concludes with the Festival Sale on 3 & 4 February.

This year's Sales week also includes New Zealand Bloodstock's newest innovation: the 'Karaka Million Twilight Meeting' on Sunday 27 January featuring New Zealand Bloodstock's one million dollar graduates race. For the current Order of Entry for this feature race for two-year-olds visit the NZB website.

For news and Sales information from New Zealand Bloodstock visit the NZB website or contact Marketing Manager Petrea Vela (petrea.vela[at]


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