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21/01/2021
A wonderful initiative
Thanks to the incredible efforts and enthusiasm of Linda Graham (Sales Manager APG), it’s with great excitement we can announce a wonderful initiative that will see 2 new owners/ buyers walk away from the APG Brisbane Sale with a complementary $1,000 feed voucher from the Leaders In Equine Nutrition,...
20/01/2021
Something extremely important
The APG Melbourne Sale scheduled for Sunday February 7 is building into something extremely important for the sport going forward within that state. With $600,000 of local prize money on offer for just 56 colts and 45 fillies (pacing lots), the opportunities for VIC investors in Harness Racing right...
19/01/2021
Bling It On
Thanks to some outstanding partnerships nationally and particularly in Queensland, APG now has a serious pot of gold ($350,000) in local prize money on offer for the graduates of this sale, (Series Thirty Two). On top of this is an amazing incentive scheme for QBRED eligible horses (which sees a first-win...
15/01/2021
We invite you
With a breathtaking line up of just 53 lots (49 pacers and 4 trotters) showcasing the finest quality yearlings Queensland has to offer, “The Creek” (formerly known as Albion Park) will be the place to be on Sunday, January 31. The opportunities for investors in Harness Racing right now with...
14/01/2021
The Great Cash Giveaway
With just 20 pacing colts and 29 pacing fillies on offer to compete for a massive $350,000 in local prize money, you can see why APG Brisbane sale has the reputation of the sale with the “Biggest Bang For Your Buck”. The news gets better for those locals looking at joining a club that values...
13/01/2021
Star Muscles In On APTS
It’s hard to imagine that a champion sire born back in 1925 that passed away in February of 1956 could be responsible for 21 of the 46 lots listed for the APTS at Oaklands Junction, Sunday, 7 February 2021 (Sale Commencing 12 noon. The horse above is Scotland who’s line has now descended...

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