2021 NZB Yearling Sale Preview on Sky

Media Release - Monday January 18

In 2021, the NZB Karaka Yearling Sale Preview is must watch viewing on Sky Racing 2 this Wednesday and Friday mornings, the 20th and 22nd of January at 7am AEDST (Sydney time).

With Australians unable to attend Karaka due to Covid travel restrictions, this is the one place you can see yearlings from New Zealand’s best families by a range of New Zealand and Australia’s leading stallions.

Almanzor

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A bumper two-hour special, features close relations to major stakes-winners and the first yearlings by exciting first season sires, such as Cambridge Stud’s Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) and Little Avondale’s Time Test (Dubawi) Waikato Stud’s Tivaci (High Chaparral) and Haunui Farm’s Ribchester. (Iffraaj)

Plus you’ll see yearlings by proven stallions, including six-time champion New Zealand sire, Savabeel, Ocean Park, Tavistock, Per Incanto, Iffraaj and more, along with Australian stallions, Snitzel, Pierro, Pride Of Dubai, Merchant Navy, Zoustar, Lonhro and Written Tycoon and Shalaa.

If you can’t watch the show in the morning time slot be sure to record it on your Foxtel IQ to watch back on your big screen TV at your leisure, featuring exquisite, professional broadcast TV footage designed for your big screen.

Heading for the sale that produces champions! The 2021 NZB Karaka Yearling Sale Preview, Wednesday 7am and Friday 7am on Sky 2, (Foxtel channel 527).

 

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