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Ready to Run Sale Entries Due This Monday

_Ready to Run Sale Entries Due This Monday

Entries for New Zealand Bloodstock's Ready to Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds are due this Monday 25 August.

The spotlight is firmly set on this Sale as a growing source of racetrack performers, with its pin-ups last year including NZ 2000 Guineas winner Magic Cape, Queensland Oaks winner Eskimo Queen and Hong Kong Champions Mile winner Able One. Further bolstering the Sale's credibility this year have been the deeds of Rockdale and Mr Baritone at the Queensland Winter Carnival plus another Group 1 for Eskimo Queen, this time in the Coolmore Classic.

With the exceptional technology enlisted in bringing this Sale to our vendors and buyers, the Sale remains at the forefront of Southern Hemisphere horses in training sales.

The Sale is scheduled for 18 & 19 November at Karaka with the Breeze Ups to be conducted at Te Rapa on 20 & 21 October.

For entry forms contact New Zealand Bloodstock now: reception@nzb.co.nz or phone 09 298 0055

ENDS

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