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NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale Today

NZB Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale Today

New Zealand Bloodstock’s Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale will commence at 12pm today at the Karaka Sales Complex. There are 138 horses catalogued, including supplementary entries, consisting of 101 broodmares, six yearlings, seven two-year-olds, 10 unraced horses and 14 racehorses.

A stallion parade will be conducted before the sale, commencing at 10.30am. There will be 10 sires and a full list of stallions can be viewed here.

To view NZB’s Winter Mixed Bloodstock Sale catalogue including the supplementary catalogue, click here.

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