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Pedigree Updates for NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale

Pedigree Updates for NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale

The catalogue for New Zealand Bloodstock’s Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale tomorrow has been strengthened with a number of pedigree updates.

Since the catalogue has gone to print the progeny of five mares have won on raceday including yesterday at Rotorua.

The timely win of The Canon (NZ) (Keeper) at the three-year-old’s second start is a boost for his dam Strabelle (Stravinsky) who is catalogued at Lot 42. The Canon is Strabelle’s first foal and only to race so far. Strabelle will be offered by Cambridge Stud in foal to their resident sire Tavistock.

Other broodmares to have their pedigrees enhanced through the deeds of their progeny include:

Lot 38 Sheza Gem – Dam of Australian winner Sheza Flojo(Pins) for New Zealand trainer Bernard Dyke.

Lot 63 Celtic Class – Dam ofTime to Plunder (Holy Roman Emperor), now a seven-race winner in Australia of over A$200,000.

Lot 77 Dixie Pride – Dam ofCrucis (Southern Image) who has won twice since the catalogue went to print.

Lot 97 Just So – Dam of Australian winner Juste Si (Exceed and Excel) who has now won six races.

All pedigree updates for the Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale can be viewed online.

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 10.30am featuring 10 sires standing at stud this season.

Catalogues for the Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale can be viewed online. For further sale information visit

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