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Breeders Levy To Support Export Drive

Extra R1150

At the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Annual General Meeting held on Tuesday, 23 April 2019, it was agreed that an additional Breeder Foal Levy will be charged on all initial foal registrations to assist with the funding of SA Equine Health and Protocols NPC (SAEHP), in order to obtain direct export approval through the European Union.

This fee will be levied on all 2018 foals onwards.

Breeders who have already paid the 2018 foal fees are required to pay the shortfall amount of R1 150 (VAT incl) per foal, in order for passports to be issued.

These invoices will be forwarded to the respective breeders on 6 May 2019

Registration of a 2018 foal – R 3 138

NHA Admin and Passport Fee – R 318

Foal Identification Fee – R 792

Foal Levy for Equine Research – R 878**

Contribution to SAEHP – R 1 150**

   ** TBA Breeder Levy (R2 028)

Breeder levy enquiries can be directed to Catherine Hartley [email protected]

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2 comments on “Breeders Levy To Support Export Drive

  1. Barry Irwin says:

    Funding is NOT the issue.

  2. James G says:

    Support what export drive? I am so hoping this will happen but? Been going on for 25 years and London News in 1996 got to Hong Kong a lot easier than any horse this century. Never mind Hawaii, Colorado King, Bold Tropic et al !!!

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