NZB Standardbred Broadcast Reach Expanded for 2020

The broadcast for the 2020 NZB Standardbred National Yearling Sale is set to go to new heights with the addition of a stand-alone Freeview Channel added into the mix.

From Monday 17 February through until the conclusion of selling on Wednesday 19, selling at the Auckland and Christchurch Sale will be beamed to viewers on Freeview Channel 200.

Standardbred enthusiasts will also get up-to-the minute coverage streamed live at www.nzbstandardbred.co.nz and on Facebook, which includes coverage of both parades.

The format will see Trackside’s Greg O’Connor host a 15-minute preview show prior to the Auckland Parade and Sale plus the Christchurch Sale, bringing highlights and interviews from Karaka and Canterbury Agricultural Park, along with all the action from the Sale ring.

Sale Coverage

Freeview Channel 200, www.nzbstandardbred.co.nz, NZB Standardbred Facebook page

  • Auckland Sale: Monday 17 February from 10.45am – until the close of selling
  • Christchurch Sale Day 1: Tuesday 18 February from 3.45pm - 5.30pm until the close of selling
  • Christchurch Sale Day 2: Wednesday 19 February from 10.45am – until the close of selling
     

Online at www.nzbstandardbred.co.nz and on NZB Standardbred's Facebook Page

The 15-minute preview show hosted by Greg O’Conner will be live streamed on NZB Standardbred’s website and Facebook page prior to the Auckland Parade on Sunday afternoon and Sale on Monday morning, and both days of the Christchurch Sale.

  • Auckland Parade: Sunday 16 February 2.15pm – 2.30pm
  • Auckland Sale: Monday 17 February 10.45am – 11am
  • Christchurch Sale Day 1: Tuesday 18 February 3.45pm – 4pm
  • Christchurch Day 2: Wednesday 19 February 10.45am – 11am
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