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Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale Entries Close Today!

_Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale Entries Close Today!

Don't miss New Zealand Bloodstock's lowest cost sales opportunity of the year: the 2008 Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale, set to take place at Karaka on Sunday 3 August.

This Sale provides a timely selling opportunity for breeders, just three weeks out from the start of the breeding season, and for owners and trainers contemplating the future of their racing stock.

For just $400 + GST, make the most of this low-cost option by entering your yearlings, two-year-olds, racehorses, untried horses and broodmares today.

For Entry Forms and Conditions contact Entries Co-ordinator Mary Jane Harvey (maryjane.harvey[at]nzb.co.nz or call 09 2980055).

ENDS

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