Stallion Services Auction Raises R867 000

Thanks to stallion owners and buyers!

The Cape Breeders Club annual auction of stallion services was held prior to the Cape Mare & Weanling Sale at Mistico Equestrian Centre on Thursday.

The silent bids raised  R328 000 but those are confidential and not published.

The results of the open bid auctions are shown hereunder.

The Cape Breeders Club has thanked all stallion owners and buyers and underbidders for their kind support of this important fundraising venture.

Stallion Service Standing At Buyer
Elusive Fort (SAF) Klipdrif Stud Marianne Thomson  R        18 000,00
Flower Alley Wilgerbosdrift Stud David Shawe  R        62 000,00
Gimmethegreenlight Varsfontein Stud Connemara Stud  R        80 000,00
Master Of My Fate Varsfontein Stud Peter Gibson  R        40 000,00
Oratorio (IRE) Avontuur Connemara Stud  R        32 000,00
Querari (GER) Maine Chance Farms Form Bloodstock  R      120 000,00
Soft Falling Rain Wilgerbosdrift Stud Mauritzfontein Stud  R        50 000,00
Twice Over Klawervlei Stud Oscar Foulkes  R        32 000,00
Vercingetorix Maine Chance Farms Marianne Thomson  R        35 000,00
What A Winter Drakenstein Stud Peter Gibson  R        70 000,00
TOTAL  R      539 000,00



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