One Month To Decide On Your Champion

With exactly a month remaining to the Emperor’s Palace Ready To Run Sale which takes place at the TBA Sales Complex in Germiston, BloodStock South Africa have released the online catalogue on their website,
The catalogue oozes with top pedigrees and once again there will be the added bonus of being eligible for entry into the third richest race in the country in 2012, the Emperor’s Palace Ready to Run Cup. This together with the two days set aside for breeze-up gallops and the favourable payment terms in the current economic climate make the sale a must for all potential buyers, big or small.
The first gallops take place at Turffontein Racecourse on Wednesday 12th October at midday and the main gallops at Summerhill Stud on Friday 14th October commencing at 11:30a.m. With all the top local South African sires represented, buyers can look forward to seeing the progeny of international sires the likes of Rock of Gibraltar, Royal Academy, Redoute’s Choice, Danehill Dancer, Giacomo, Dylan Thomas, Street Sense and others.
To obtain a catalogue or to book your spot at either of the breeze-up dates call the Bloodstock South Africa offices on 011-3235700 or e-mail Caroline Simpson at [email protected].

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