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Exciting 4 Days Coming Up At Karaka

Exciting 4 Days Coming Up At Karaka

A great 4 day carnival of sales starts this Friday at Karaka with our first ever Autumn Yearling & Autumn 2YO Breeze Up Sales.

On Sunday the focus turns to the exciting offering of over 340 Weanlings including many by top class sires. The Broodmares take centre stage from Monday afternoon and throughout Tuesday.

From a catalogue of 360 mares there are many premier quality lots carrying services to world class sires. Pedigrees for all lots are available for viewing on our website

You will also now find the details posted of lots that will be offered through the Supplementary catalogue.

The Supplementary section of the Autumn 2YO Sale on Friday features an untried filly by Generous from the fabulous Eight Carat dynasty of Octagonal, Marquise, Don Eduardo, Kaapstad, etc.

New Zealand's National Weanling & Broodmare Sale is renowned for offering a wide range of excellent value for money buying opportunities.

If you would like any further information about our Autumn Yearling & 2YO Sales (Friday May 9) or our National Weanling & Broodmare Sale (May 11, 12 & 13) please do not hesitate to call or email us at

We hope to see you at Karaka,
Kind regards
Julia Naismith

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