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Final Day of NZB Select Sale


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Final Day of NZB Select Sale

The fifth day of New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Yearling Sales Series commences today with Lots 921 to 1106 going under the hammer from 11am for the Select Sale session.

The Sale will be streamed live online. To view the live stream, click here.

The Select Sale was the source of five individual Group 1 winners last season. Combined they cost just NZ$345,000 and have won over A$8.5m in career prizemoney. The National Yearling Sales Series has been the source of 82 Group 1 wins in the past four seasons - the most of any auction house in Australasia.

NZB National Yearling Sales Series catalogues are available from Reception or can be viewed online. For news and Sale information from New Zealand Bloodstock visit www.nzb.co.nz.

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