Winston Peters to Open Karaka May Sale
Media Release - Wednesday May 8

New Zealand Bloodstock's Karaka May Sale is set to offer 240 of the country's best mixed bloodstock on Friday 17 May and in a first-time event for the Sale, New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Racing RT Hon Winston Peters will open the Sale at 9,45am.

The RT Hon Winston Peters will open the 2019 Karaka May Sale on Friday 17 May at 9.45am."We are very pleased that Racing Minister Winston Peters will be opening the Sale for us," commented NZB's Managing Director Andrew Seabrook.

"To have him address participants of the thoroughbred industry after his announcement to revitalise domestic racing is indicative of his support and commitment to racing and breeding in New Zealand."

NZB Release

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