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Premier Sale Live on Sky Sports

Premier Sale Live on Sky Sports

Live coverage of New Zealand Bloodstock's 2008 Premier Sale, presented by Karyn Fenton-Ellis & George Simon, will be broadcast from Karaka from Monday 28 January.

Each day Trackside's coverage on Sky Sports starts with a Preview Show followed by over seven hours of LIVE auction coverage, with interviews and analysis throughout the two days.

A highlights package on Monday and Tuesday evenings, with a Day 2 replay the following day, wraps up the coverage.

Tune in to Sky Sports to follow the action from this year's Karaka Premier Sale:

MONDAY, 28 January 2008
Time
Programme
Channel

10:00-11:00
Day 1 Preview
SKY Sport 3

11:00-19:00
LIVE Sales Coverage
SKY Sport 3

23:00-23:30
Day 1 Highlights
SKY Sport 1

TUESDAY, 29 January 2008
Time
Programme
Channel

05:00-10:00
Day 1 replay
SKY Sport 3

10:00-11:00
Day 2 Preview
SKY Sport 1

11:00-19:00
LIVE Sales
SKY Sport 1

23:00-23:30
Day 2 Highlights
SKY Sport 1

WEDNESDAY, 30 January 2008
Time
Programme
Channel

05:00-10:00
Day 2 Replay
SKY Sport 3


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