(Photos courtesy of Drakenstein Stud, Liesl King and Gold Circle)

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A Thoroughbred Passion – Proudly South African

 
 

The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of South Africa was formed in 1920 to promote the South African Thoroughbred Bloodstock industry, and to safeguard and advance the interests of Thoroughbred breeders. The TBA plays a leading role in dealing with the Stud Book, The National Horseracing Authority, state veterinary bodies and other regulators and industry stakeholders. It advocates the interests of breeders on issues of equine health, welfare and research, import and export protocols and international best practices.

A shared passion for producing world class racehorses in the diverse environment of South Africa, is what drives us. Not only are we lucky enough to be home to the Big Five, wonderful bush lodges and mountainous landscapes but many of our stud farms are situated in the Cape Winelands, also well known for producing some of the best wines in the world.

The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of South Africa is a valuable source of information on all things Thoroughbred, and should be the first point of contact for any person seeking information on any aspect of the South African bloodstock industry, especially international visitors looking to travel to and invest here.


RECENT NEWS

September 16, 2019

Last Winter To Debut At Sandown

The 2018 Sun Met runner-up Last Winter looks set to make his long awaited international debut at Sandown on Wednesday evening. Now trained by Sir Michael […]
September 16, 2019

Magical Stuff As Flying The Flag Sister Captures Another Gr1 Win

A daughter of Galileo and a full sister to Bush Hill Stud’s Flying The Flag and multiple Gr1 winner Rhododendron, Magical landed a gamble to provide […]
September 10, 2019

Captain Al’s Legacy Continues

Captain Of All snuck in as the champion freshman sire last season from Vercingetorix. John Koster of Klawervlei Stud said it was great for South African […]

A Thoroughbred Passion – Proudly South African