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RTR Sale Live Online Today 18/11/08

RTR Sale Live Online Today

New Zealand Bloodstock's Ready to Run Sale of two-year-olds kicks off today at Karaka, with the Sale also being streamed live on the New Zealand Bloodstock website.

Lots 1 to 212 are scheduled to go under the hammer today (Tuesday 18 November), with the remaining Lots 213 to 424 on Wednesday 19 November. Selling commences each day at 11am.

Video clips of the horses breezing over 200m of the Te Rapa racecourse are available online and can also be viewed in New Zealand Bloodstock's 'cyber-cafe' set up at Karaka.

Click on the links to download a buyer registration and/or appointment of agent form. Click here to view the numerous pedigree updates for the Sale. For more information email reception@nzb.co.nz or call +64 9 298 0055.


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