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BSA’s 40th National Yearling Sale at Gosforth Park

The nucleus of South Africa’s horseracing industry, the Thoroughbred Breeders Association’s (TBA) sales arm Bloodstock South Africa (BSA), hosts its annual National Yearling Sale in April this year at the TBA Sales Complex in Gosforth Park, Johannesburg. This will be the 40th National Yearling Sale at the TBA’s custom built complex. What you can expect The event promises to be a ...

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Cape-Winelands lunch and polo – all for a good cause

The Laureus Polo Cup fundraiser promises an entertaining afternoon with a relaxed gourmet lunch. Mingle with some of South Africa’s top sporting celebrities, while enjoying the excitement of a polo match at Val de Vie Estate in the beautiful Paarl-Franschhoek Valley. Spend a relaxed day out and contribute to a greater cause. Details Date: Saturday, 30 January 2016 Venue: Val de Vie ...

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Finance for horses

Horse lovers are an unusual bunch – ask anyone who has never been involved in the game. Like many other sporting enthusiasts, we won’t hesitate to invest small fortunes in our passion, and given half the chance, we’ll spend the price of a small car to own a top quality horse. With competitive prospects ranging from anywhere between R50,000 to R500,000, ...

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The rising cost of horse care

Economies worldwide are taking strain. We hear about massive national debts, crude oil prices, and experience for ourselves the pressure of increasing costs of keeping our horses. If equestrian disciplines could be labelled as ‘the sport of kings’, then many equestrians could be called the ‘princes and princesses of paupers’. The costs of keeping horses and anything to do with ...

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