Laurel Glen Yearlings Offered in Capricornia Yearling Sale Online
Media Release - Monday April 6

The Capricornia Yearling Sale at Rockhampton will go live and be open for bidding at 9:00am AEST on Wednesday 8th April 2020 on the bloodstockauction.com site with regular vendor Laurel Glen Equine supporting the sale in the digital format.

Laurel Glen will offer three yearlings by Spill the Beans, Sidestep and Foxwedge.

Click to see pedigrees and images for the Laurel Glen yearlings.

The Final Countdown will commence at 7:00pm AEST on Thursday 9th April 2020, at which time each lot will enter the ‘Virtual Sales Ring’ in numerical lot order, at one minute increments.

This provides buyers with 34 hours to view the catalogue and place their bids.



 

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