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Catalogue Available for NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale

Supplementary Catalogue Available for NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale

Nine supplementary entries have been added to New Zealand Bloodstock’s Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale this Friday (1 August) at Karaka.

In addition to the 97 broodmares already catalogued, a further four have been added along with one yearling, one two-year-old and three unraced stock. All supplementary entries will be auctioned at the end of the main catalogue.

Among four broodmare entries there are two by the champion sire Zabeel (Lot 130& Lot 132) as well as a mare by Zabeel’s son Savabeel (Lot 131) and the five-time race winner Fragrant (Lot 133) is also catalogued.

The supplementary catalogue will also feature a yearling daughter of multiple stakes winner Ististar (Lot 135) and an unraced daughter from the same mare (Lot 138). Other well-related entries include Lot 137, a half-sister by Alamosa to Listed winner Big River.

New Zealand Bloodstock’s Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale commences at 12pm on Friday. Prior to the Sale, a stallion parade will be held commencing at 10.30amfeaturing 11 sires standing at stud this season.

Supplementary catalogues will be available at the Saleday Office and can beviewed online. A list of sires entered in the Karaka Stallion Parade can also beviewed online.


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