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Karaka Premier Sale Commences Today

Karaka Premier Sale Commences Today

New Zealand Bloodstock’s 88th National Yearling Sales Series commences at 11am today with Lots 1 through to 240 scheduled to go through the ring on day one of the Premier Sale.

The Sale will be streamed live online throughout the week with today’s coverage commencing at 10:30am with the Live Preview Show, followed by lot-by-lot action throughout the day.

The sale ring action will also be aired live on Sky Sports 3 from 11am today and tomorrow with the Live Preview Show to air at 10.30am before selling commences both days. A full replay of each day’s selling will be aired on Trackside from midnight following the Sale.

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