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RTR Sale: Correction to Sale Bonus Eligibility

Ready to Run Sale 2008:
Correction to Carnival Sale Bonus Eligibility


Please note that a number of horses in the 2008 Ready to Run Sale catalogue are incorrectly annotated as being eligible for the $100,000 Carnival Sale Bonus.

The complete list of horses in the 2008 Ready to Run Sale eligible for the 2009 Carnival Sale Bonus is as follows:

Lot Col Sex Sire Dam
42 B G Keeper Join the Fun
43 B F Thorn Park Judarnie
55 BR F Bertolini Kincaple Lass
102 BR C Towkay Meach
158 C C Volksraad Peepye
197 C G Danroad Royal Rhythm
213 B F Jungle Pocket Shadow Ray
227 B C Strategic Image Sole Edition
231 B C Ishiguru Spellbound
303 BR C El Moxie Ambrosine
322 C C Riviera Bail Us Out
344 B C Kaapstad Cat Shmea
421 C G No Excuse Needed Flying Start
64* BR G One Cool Cat Lady Kaapusine
373* C C Pentire Cutie Lisa

* These lots are annotated correctly in the catalogue.

The following horses are not eligible for the $100,000 Carnival Sale Bonus contrary to annotation printed in the catalogue:

Lot Col Sex Sire Dam
52 B F Bertolini Kensington Mews
58 BB G City on a Hill Kiwi Summer
76 B C Howbaddouwantit Leebazane
337 B C Postponed Brandon Rose
342 C C Ishiguru Capebay
391 C C Pentire Du Temps
406 BR C Gold Mine Fairy Floss
416 BB F Elusive City Flash
417 B G One Cool Cat Fleeting Magic
418 C G Drama Critic Flirt

All online pedigrees are displaying the correct annotation.

The $100,000 Carnival Bonus is attached to the Carnival Sale Bonus Race at Ellerslie racecourse on Saturday 1 March 2009. The race is an open two-year-old event over 1200m, with the first eligible graduate past the post picking up a bonus cheque from New Zealand Bloodstock for $100,000. For the complete list of eligible horses visit www.nzb.co.nz.


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