BSA National Yearling Sale – 2024 Catalogue Now Online!

Save the date: 18 - 19 April 2024

The catalogue for the 2024 BSA National Yearling Sale is now available online and can be viewed at www.bsa.co.za.

BSA Nationals 2023 (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

This year’s BSA National Yearling Sale will take place on the 18 to 19 April at TBA Sales Complex in Johannesburg.

Sales begin at 10h00 on both days with the Lot Breakdown as follows:

  • Day 1: Lot 1 – Lot 230
  • Day 2: Lot 231 – 393

Minimum bid begins at R50,000.

With internationally recognised sales standards and the reputable history of bringing excellence and integrity to the South African bloodstock sales arena for decades, buyers can look forward to an enticing draft from the vendors on this year’s BSA National Yearling sales list.

 

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