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Karaka 2015 Handbook & IPad Catalogue Available Now

Karaka 2015 Handbook & IPad Catalogue Available Now


The Karaka 2015 Handbook is online now for New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Yearling Sales Series, as well as the catalogue being loaded on to the free iPad application.

Designed as your ‘go-to’ guide for all things Karaka, the Karaka 2015 Handbook contains detailed information that will make your trip to Karaka in January a breeze.

The Handbook contains all the information you will need to make your selection process a breeze from vendor information and sire previews, to bonus schemes, Karaka Million information, highlight lots and past successes.

But not only does the Handbook encompass catalogue information, it also contains everything you need to know about Karaka, Auckland and the entire New Zealand experience. You will find all the best dining choices, both at Karaka and the in the city, an accommodation guide, transport information and all your hospitality options right through to what New Zealand can offer as a holiday destination once you’ve left Karaka 2015.

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