Bidding Open for 2022 National Online Yearling Sale

Bidding for New Zealand Bloodstock’s 2022 National Online Yearling Sale held on Gavelhouse Plus opened today and will run for a two-day period, with the first lot closing on Wednesday 20 April at 6PM (NZT).

Running on NZB’s premium online platform, the digitalised Sale will offer a select catalogue of 87 yearlings from some of New Zealand’s most esteemed thoroughbred nurseries.

The value sale will give prospective buyers the opportunity to secure stock from standout sires such as Charm Spirit, Iffraaj, Ocean Park, Proisir, Reliable Man and Shocking, while also offering progeny by emerging talents Almanzor, Belardo, Preferment, Satono Aladdin, Sweynesse, Time Test, Turn Me Loose, Vadamos and War Decree.

Buyers will also have the opportunity to secure debut crops from freshman sires Ace High, Embellish, Eminent, Jon Snow, Ocean Emperor and Staphanos.

All horses purchased at Karaka are eligible for the lucrative Karaka Million Series with two $1 million races available for graduates as two and three-year-olds, plus the CollinsonForex Karaka Cup for the duration of their career.

Vendors have supplied photos and video footage to give prospective buyers the best possible information about each lot on offer.

Buyers must register on Gavelhouse Plus in advance, in order to gain bidding approval. Register to bid online here.

All horses have been inspected by NZB Agents who are available to assist buyers with evaluations and enquiries. Prospective buyers can also contact vendors to arrange their own on farm/private viewings.

View the 87-lot catalogue here.

For more information, contact Bloodstock Executive Kane Jones on +64 27 274 4985 or email or Sales Representative Regan Donnison on +64 21 512 466 or  

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