The stud staff of our farms are really the back bone of the industry, they are hands-on horsemen and women, assisting in foaling, raising yearlings for the sales and making sure that the objective of raising healthy racehorses is reached.

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The stud staff of our farms are really the back bone of the industry, they are hands-on horsemen and women, assisting in foaling, raising yearlings for the sales and making sure that the objective of raising healthy racehorses is reached.

Son Of Deep Impact Joins Mauritzfontein


The superbly bred and well performer Danon Platina will become the first son of legendary racehorse and sire Deep Impact to take up stud duties in South Africa. He has retired to Mauritzfontein for 2019.

Kasimir holds on gamely in Diadem


KASIMIR completed a clean sweep of Cape Sprint feature wins with a game success in Saturday’s Gr2 Diadem Stakes over 1200m, and posted his fastest time this season.

Captain Lars, the durable poster boy for SA-breds


Captain Lars, the amazing South African-bred gelding who races in the UK, posted his 24th career win in the Betway Selling Stakes over 1000m on the all-weather track at Newcastle on Monday evening.

Sean Tarry Gets 2000 Winners!


Former Champion trainer Sean Tarry on Sunday day joined a unique band in the world of horseracing by notching up his 2000th winner at Turffontein tonight.

Hero’s Honour targets Durban July


Four-year-old Hero’s Honour posted a 1,20-length win over fellow Gr1 winner Return Flight in an Assessment Plate over 1600m at Turffontein last Saturday.

TBA Council Announces New Members


The Council of the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of SA, is very pleased to announce that Vaughan Koster and Craig Kieswetter have been co-opted as additional members of Council.