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Supplementary Entries for NZB South Island Sale

Supplementary Entries for NZB South Island Sale


New Zealand Bloodstock’s South Island Sale has received three supplementary entries with selling to commence at 11am this Sunday 13 April at Christchurch’s Canterbury Agricultural Park.

Two additional yearlings – Lot 175 & Lot 176 – have been entered through the supplementary catalogue, both to be sold at the end of the yearling session that is comprised of 150 yearlings in the main catalogue.

All yearlings offered at the South Island Session of the National Yearling Sales Series are eligible to be entered in the Karaka Million Series. Lot 176 is a filly and can be entered in the New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance sponsored Pearl Series with New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (NZTBA) accepting entries for all fillies in the South Island Session at the special rate of $690 + GST before 30 April.

One broodmare – Lot 177 – has also been entered through the supplementary catalogue and will be auctioned at the end of the broodmare session, making her the last horse to go through the ring on Sunday.

Catalogues for the South Island Sale can be requested by contactingreception@nzb.co.nz and can beviewed here online.


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