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NYS Catalogue Is Online

April 24th to 26th

A truly exceptional catalogue for the 2019 Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale is now online.

It can be viewed at www.bsa.co.za.

Once again, the National Sale (which takes place at the TBA complex from April 24-26th) will be offering buyers the chance to buy some of South Africa’s best-bred yearlings, from some of South Africa’s best breeders.

A total of 565 blue blooded yearlings have been handpicked for this year’s auction, which promises to be a sale for the ages!

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

As in 2018, the Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale has been separated into a first and second session.

Held at the Germiston complex for a first time in 1977, the National Sale’s honour roll includes some of the finest thoroughbreds ever produced in South Africa.

Past graduates of this sale include Horse Of The Year and subsequent outstanding stallion Dynasty, and fellow Horse Of The Year winning champions Futura, Legislate, and Legal Eagle as well as Equus Champion Do It Again –whose wins include the 2018 G1 Vodacom Durban July and 2019 G1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate.

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

South Africa’s top sires of recent times are all set to be represented at this year’s sale, with the likes of Captain Al, Dynasty, Gimmethegreenlight, Querari, Silvano, Trippi, and Var all handsomely represented at the 2019 National Sale.

Exciting stallions with yearlings on offer for a first time at a National Sale this year include Dynasty’s Cape Guineas winner Act Of War, Tapit’s brilliant son Coup De Grace, Galileo’s blue blooded son Flying The Flag, Dynasty’s Horse Of The Year sons Futura and Legislate, Dubawi’s SA Nursery winner Willow Magic, and Galileo’s multiple graded stakes winner Global View. The latter has already proved a crowd pleaser, with Global View’s first yearlings having already made up to R1 300 000.

The sale will also have an international flavour, with the National Sale this year offering buyers the chance to acquire stock by such stallions as unbeaten legend Frankel, multiple classic winner and hot young sire Camelot, champion Rock Of Gibraltar –sire of more than 100 stakes winners, and multiple Australian G1 winner Press Statement.

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

National Yearling Sale (photo: TBA)

There are at least 20 Gr1 winning mares with progeny on the National Sale, which also offers buyers the chance to buy half or full siblings to the following G1 winners –Arabian Beat (SA Nursery), Antonoe (Just A Game Stakes), Athina (SA Fillies Classic), Attenborough (Computaform Sprint), Bela-Bela (Equus Champion), Big City Life (Equus Champion), Coral Fever (Champions Challenge), Edict Of Nantes (Equus Champion), French Navy (Equus Champion), Gulf Storm (Cape Flying Championship), Heavy Metal (Equus Champion), King Of Pain (Gold Challenge), Lady In Black (Equus Champion), Legislate (Horse Of The Year, sire), Liege (Summer Cup), Link Man (Gold Medallion), Nightingale (Majorca Stakes), Rabiya (Cape Guineas), Snowdance (Cape Fillies Guineas, Majorca Stakes), Val De Ra (Equus Champion), Viva Maria (Woolavington 2000), Wagner (Summer Cup) and Wavin’ Flag (Gold Cup).

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4 comments on “NYS Catalogue Is Online

  1. Go racing says:

    Hi as a request can these yearnings have photos posted I think it be abit helpful for buyers who can’t make it to the sale and need an idea of what these horses look like currently you do post photos but majority don’t have photos posted I am using the cape sale on the weekend as an example.

    1. Editor says:

      Have put your comment to BSA

    2. Editor says:

      Ashley De Klerk has responded as follows:
      Vendors choose whether they would like photos uploaded to the website. Any photos we receive come directly from the vendors & we upload them to our website on their behalf.

  2. Go racing says:

    No problem thanks .

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