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Karaka 2014 TV Coverage

Karaka 2014 TV Coverage

A preview show of New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Yearling Sales Series, Kiwi Bred – Road to Karaka, airs for the first time tonight (Wednesday 22 January) at 8:00pm on Trackside (Channel 63), with six showings between now and the beginning of the Premier Sale on Monday 27 January.

The lot-by-lot action of the Karaka Premier Sale will also be aired live on Sky Sports 3 from 11am on Monday 27 & Tuesday 28 January with a Live Preview Show to air at 10.30am before selling commences both days. A full replay of each day’s selling will be aired on Trackside from midnight following the Sale.

Kiwi Bred Schedule:

Wednesday 22nd January 8.00pm
Thursday 23rd January 7.00pm
Friday 24th January 10.30pm
Saturday 25th January 6.00am
Sunday 26th January 11.00am
Monday 27th January 9.00am
Live Selling Coverage:

Monday 27th January 2014 - on SKY Sport 3
10.30am – 11.00am LIVE Preview show
11.00am – 6.30am LIVE Selling
Tuesday 28th January 2014 - on SKY Sport 3
10.30am – 11.00am LIVE Preview show
11.00am – 6.30pm LIVE Selling
Monday 27th January 2014 - Trackside
12.00am – 8.00am Full replay of Day 1 Sales
Tuesday 28th January 2013 - Trackside
12.00am – 8.00am Full replay of Day 2 Sales
TVN’s 2014 NZB Premier Yearling Sale Preview show is currently airing on TVN (Channel 552) in Australia with 7 repeats between now and the beginning of the Premier Sale on Monday 27 January (all times are AEDT).

Schedule:

Wednesday 22 January 8.00am
Thursday 23 January 7.00am, 10.00pm
Friday 24 January 8.00am
Saturday 25 January 7.30pm
Sunday 26 January 8.30am
Monday 27 January 7.30am - followed by Karaka Sale Preview at 8.30am
Monday 27 January Sale Day LIVE at 9.00am
Tuesday 28 January Sale Day LIVE at 9.00am
The Karaka Sales Series will also be streamed live online at www.nzb.co.nz throughout the week.

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