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Return of Searcy's Karaka Premier Yearling Sale Preview Show

Return of Searcy's Karaka Premier Yearling Sale Preview Show

Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017

Tonight at 7pm (AEST) on Sky Thoroughbred Central Foxtel channel 528 take a big step towards finding your next champion of the turf!

The 2017 New Zealand Bloodstock Karaka Premier Yearling Sale Preview brings together some of the finest yearlings bred in the southern hemisphere and in one hour covers a range of potential sales toppers through to some well-bred, athletic value purchases.

Produced by SearcyMedia and brought to you by NZB Airfreight, Caroline Searcy takes you to Waikato Stud, Cambridge Stud, Windsor Park, Trelawney, The Oaks, Pencarrow, Valachi Downs and Westbury Stud with great vision of a range of quality yearlings.

Highlights include colts and fillies by proven New Zealand stallions Savabeel, O’Reilly, Tavistock and Makfi, and young sires Shamexpress, Ocean Park and Reliable Man.

Champion Australian breed-shapers are also featured including Redoute’s Choice, Snitzel, Exceed and Excel, Sebring and High Chaparral. Plus yearlings by Australia’s rising young sires All Too Hard, Zoustar, Pierro, Dawn Approach, Camelot and Declaration of War.

And don’t forget the mares! The preview features the offspring of Group One winning race-mares Daffodil, Banchee, Guiseppina, I Do and Legs as well as full and half-relations to the stars including a full-brother to Sacred Falls and half-brother to the exciting Spieth.

NZB managing director Andrew Seabrook is “delighted to see the return of Caroline Searcy’s Karaka Premier Yearling Sale Preview show on Sky Racing. Shows like this help to create awareness of the fabulous New Zealand thoroughbred’s on offer at the Yearling Sales. It also enable’s prospective buyers to gain better understanding of the calibre of farms and experienced vendors who have superior drafts in the Sale.”

Replay times (AEST) on Sky Thoroughbred Central Foxtel channel 528 this week:

• Thursday 19 January at 1900

• Saturday 21 January at 0200 (am)

• Saturday 21 January at 2100

• Sunday 22 January at 2100

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