National Yearling Sale
The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of South Africa is an Animal Breeders Society registered in terms of the Animal Improvement Act of 1998.
The TBA has been in existence for over 90 years.
Virtually every breeder of Thoroughbred horses in S.A. is a member of the TBA. The TBA is governed by a Council of minimum five Council members proposed and elected from and by its membership.
To be a member of the TBA, a person must have at least one broodmare registered with the National Horseracing Authority of S.A.
In terms of its Constitution, the main objectives of the TBA are:
- To safeguard and advance the common interests of Thoroughbred breeders;
- To promote and encourage the breeding and generic improvement of Thoroughbred horses;
- To promote, organize, hold and conduct sales of Thoroughbred horses for the benefit of its members.
The TBA’s head office and sales complex is situated in Gosforth Park, Germiston, Gauteng Province.
We are the only TBA in the world that runs sales as part of our service to breeders.