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Another Sale Postponed

New date is 29 April

In order to comply with Government protocols regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic , the MGAS & CRT horses-in-training sale due to be held at Randjiesfontein Training Centre  on 25 March will be postponed until 29 April at the same venue.

Supplementary entries have been reopened until 10 April.

Further announcements will be made in due course.

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3 comments on “Another Sale Postponed

  1. Fred says:

    I am an avid reader of the Sporting Post.

    This article about a sale being postponed caught my eye. I had not known about the sale and must have missed reading about it.

    I went to the Central Route reading website to find that the horses in trading sale for 15 February 2019 had been postponed to a date to be advised. There is no mention of a sale for 25 March 2020. There is no catalogue for the sale.

    I searched the internet for details of the sale using the words MGAS and Gabriel Soma. I found nothing.

    I find this professed postponement to be peculiar because there is nothing on the net about the sale and its postponement except for this article.

    It looks like the Sporting Post is being used unwittingly to advertise.

    If the sale is genuine, I would love to see the catalogue and be referred to where I can find it.

    1. Editor says:

      Hi Fred
      We had no original notice of the sale.
      The postponement notice was carried in the public interest.
      We will pass the note on to Gabi Soma and ask him for clarityas to where it was originally published.

    2. Editor says:

      Hi Fred
      Gabi Soma responded.
      Said that they did in fact advertise the sale in a publication called Computaform.
      Also an insert on Breeding To Win.
      They made the call to postpone prior to distribution of catalogues, apparently.

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