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Introducing the New Karaka Clubhouse

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Introducing the New Karaka Clubhouse

The glamorous and exciting Karaka Million Twilight Meeting on Sunday 27 January will have a stylish, new hospitality option available for 2013: the Karaka Clubhouse.

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The hottest new spot at Ellerslie, New Zealand Bloodstock’s Karaka Clubhouse is unique to the Karaka Million and targets the young movers and shakers of racing and breeding, providing all the fun of the Karaka Million Twilight Meeting from a stylish lawn setting.

Located on the Newmarket Lawn alongside the birdcage, this chic garden bar is equipped for the racing-savvy, with the package including a complimentary cocktail on arrival, tasty food option, racebook and pen, racecourse admission, private tote and bar facilities.

Ticket holders will also be able to party till late at the famous Birdcage Bash.

Friends of the Karaka Sales can secure discounted tickets to the Karaka Clubhouse here, just enter the promotional code ‘KARAKA’ to receive a discount off the full ticket price.

The $1 million Karaka Million (Res.L) – New Zealand’s richest race – is now less than two weeks away and just five two-year-old races are left in New Zealand before the million dollar feature – including Saturday’s $85,000 Group 2 Little Avondale Stud Wakefield Challenge Stakes at Trentham.

To view the up-to-date Karaka Million Order of Entry, click here.


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