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May Sales – Catalogues Online

Two sales later this month

The catalogues for both the 2019 Cape Mare & Weanling Sale and the Moutonshoek Dispersal Sale are available in hard copy and live online and can be viewed at www.bsa.co.za

No fewer than 173 lots have been catalogued for the Cape Mare and Weanling Sale this year, with the one day sale set to take place at the lavish Mistico Equestrian Centre, just outside Paarl, on May 21.

Canford Cliffs

This year’s catalogue consists of 158 mares or fillies for stud, as well as 14 weanlings, and a single yearling.

The Cape Mare Sale will feature mares in foal to such high class stallions as Canford Cliffs, Captain Of All, Coup De Grace, Duke Of Marmalade, Elusive Fort, Erupt, Flower Alley, Futura, Gimmethegreenlight, Gold Standard, Jackson, Judpot, Legislate, Louis The King, Master Of My Fate, Oratorio, Pathfork, Philanthropist, Pomodoro, Quasillo, Querari, Rafeef, Sudden Storm, The United States,Time Thief, Twice Over,Var, Vercingetorix, Visionaire, What A Winter, Where’s That Tiger, William Longsword and Wylie Hall.

Weanlings on offer include lots by Captain Of All,  Dynasty, Elusive Fort, Futura, Global View, Quasillo, Twice Over,William Longsword, and Wylie Hall.

Check the catalogues here

Moutonshoek will hold their dispersal sale at the farm two days later, with 180 horses catalogued on the auction.



This dispersal sale, an auction where lots sell with no reserve, will offer buyers the chance to acquire some very exciting broodmares, weanlings and yearlings, with some former outstanding retired gallopers, such as Bezanova, Forest Indigo and Royal Bencher, also on offer.

Among the numerous high class mares on offer at the Moutonshoek sale are:

-Winter Oaks winner Secret Risk, dam of G1 Rising Sun Gold Challenge winner Undercover Agent, (in foal to The United States)

-Gr1 Woolavington 2000 winner Count The Money

-Gr2 The Fillies Nursery winner Waywest Goddess (in foal to The United States)

-Gr3 Sycamore Sprint winner Smangaliso (in foal to The United States)

-Tirza, dam of Gr3 winner Goodtime Gal, (in foal to The United States)

-East Coast Handicap winner Alinga (in foal to Trippi)

-Arabian Secret, the dam of Gr1 performer Noble Secret, (in foal to The United States)

-Gr2 The Debutante second Arissa (in foal to The United States)

-Jamaica Handicap winner Atlantic Storm (in foal to Admiral Kitten)

-Listed Summer Juvenile Stakes winner Only Emily (in foal to Rafeef)

-Pearl River, dam of Gr2 winner Triptique, (in foal to The United States)

-Vardy’s East Cape Oaks winning half-sister Eros’s Girl (in foal to Dynasty)

-Great Wall the dam of Gr3 winner Eighth Wonder (in foal to The United States)

-UAE Oaks winner Imperial Ice (in foal to Rafeef)

-Gr1 placed Kiss For Kate, dam of stakes winner Kissable, (in foal to The United States)

-Perfect Promise Sprint winner Kitti Cat (in foal to The United States)

-Levantera, dam of Oaks Trial winner Bize

-Gr3 Fillies Nursery winner Madrisa

-Devon Air Stakes winner Maleficent (in foal to The United States)

-Swallow Stakes winner Mambonick (in foal to The United States)

This dispersal sale will also offer weanlings by the likes of Admiral Kitten, Captain Of All, Dynasty, Elusive Fort, Flower Alley, Gimmethegreenlight, Mambo In Seattle, Marchfield, Rafeef, Red Ray, Silvano,  Soft Falling Rain, Trippi, The United States, and Twice Over.

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1 comment on “May Sales – Catalogues Online

  1. Basil says:

    Does anyone know where Moutonshoek’s stallions are going to stand ?

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