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New Karaka Preview Publication Now Online

New Karaka Preview Publication Now Online

Karaka 2009, a Breeding & Racing publication launched by New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing in association with New Zealand Bloodstock is now online.

The publication gives readers a taste of Karaka 2009, with an overview of the Sale, the sires, the setting, and a preview of yearlings from a selection of vendors that will be represented at the week-long sales event.

The hard copy edition of Breeding and Racing (in the mail this week) is complemented by a digital version containing integrated on-line technology which will retain currency up to & including the Karaka 2009 Sales Series (26 January - 2 February). The on-line publication can be accessed by clicking on the Breeding and Racing Karaka Feature cover.


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