Bidding Now Open for the 2024 National Online Yearling Sale

Media Release - Friday April 12

Bidding is now open on Gavelhouse Plus for NZB's National Online Yearling Sale, a 100-lot catalogue set for sale on the premium online platform. 

Bidding will run for a five-day period, commencing Friday 12 April with the first lot closing on Wednesday 17 April at 6pm (NZT). Buyers must register on Gavelhouse Plus in advance in order to gain bidding approval.

This Written Tycoon filly from Mozzie Monster has already attracted a bid of $50,000!


All unbroken yearlings purchased from the National Online Yearling Sale are eligible to be nominated for NZB’s lucrative Karaka Millions Series. Just nine short months after they make their virtual sale-ring debut, graduates of the online sale can compete for a share of the $1m TAB Karaka Millions 2YO (1200m), followed by the $1.5m TAB Karaka Millions 3YO (1600m) plus a $200,000 bonus for New Owners. 

All horses will be inspected by NZB agents who are available to assist buyers with enquiries. Buyers are also welcome to join the final on-farm parades prior to the Sale, with the schedule available to view here

View the 100-lot catalogue here. The catalogue also able to be viewed on the Thoroughworks app.

For more information, contact Bloodstock Sales Manager?Kane Jones (+64 27 274 4985 or, Sales Representative Patrick Cunningham (+64 21 181 5898 or or Andrew Buick (+64 27 555 0640 or 

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