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Full spectrum of horses qualify

Entries for South Africa’s first online auction of a diverse range of thoroughbreds closes at 12h00 on Monday 1 June.

Bloodstock South Africa announced the groundbreaking auction on Thursday  and the new platform is expected to change the way we buy and sell horses in South Africa.

Monthly sales will be held thereafter on the first Friday of every month, closing the following Thursday at midday, and will be open to the entire spectrum from weanlings, yearlings, broodmares to unraced and horses-in-training.

The broad financial framework of the online sale is:

  • Entry fee – R500 (excl.VAT)
  • Sales commission – 5% (excl.VAT)
  • Reserve commission – 0%
  • Roll-over fee to next sale -R250 (excl.VAT)
  • Minimum Floor price – R5000

The auction opens at 10h00 on Friday 5 June

The auction closes at 12h00 on Thursday 11 June

Entry forms for the monthly online sale are available here

Monthly sales will be held on the first Friday of every month, closing the following Thursday at midday, and will be open to the entire spectrum from weanlings, yearlings, broodmares to unraced and horses-in-training.

Inquiries may be addressed to:

Please visit our website – www.bsa.co.za for more information

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