Cape Premier Yearling sale now online | Cape Breeders Club

Cape Premier Yearling sale now online

10th Dec 2017

The catalogue for the 2018 Cape Premier Yearling Sale is now live and can be viewed on line at
The two day sale, one of South Africa’s elite auctions, will once again be held at the CTICC and this year takes place on January 20-21st.

Just Sensual

Despite being a relatively young sale, the Premier Sale is well established as a sale of high-class performers, with more than 20 G1 winners already having graduated from this sale.
Among the champions sold off the Cape Premier Yearling Sale are Always In Charge, Carry On Alice, Cloth Of Cloud and Just Sensual, as well as 2017 G1 Sansui Summer Cup hero Liege.

No fewer than 254 yearlings are catalogued for this year’s sale, with many of South Africa’s top breeders represented at the Premier Sale.

Among the top local sires represented at the sale are Captain Al, Dynasty, Gimmethegreenlight, Silvano, Trippi, Var and What A Winter.


There is also a plethora of exciting young stallions with first South African yearlings on offer-with this contingent including triple G1 winning Equus Champion Capetown Noir, champion sprinter Captain Of All, world class sire Flower Alley, Galileo’s G1 winning son Kingsbarns, globetrotting champion Soft Falling Rain (himself a former graduate of the Premier Sale),  Equus Champion and Dubai star Vercingetorix, and the well bred Redoute’s Choice sires Time Thief and Wylie Hall.

As usual, the Premier Sale offers buyers the chance to acquire yearlings by some of the world’s premier stallions.

Unbeaten superstar Frankel, whose first two crops to race have made such an indelible impression on the international community, has three lots on the two day sale, while tragically short-lived Scat Daddy has a filly (Lot 140) out of a winning daughter of G3 Molecomb Stakes winner Misty Eyed on offer.

Other exciting international stallions represented at the Cape Premier Yearling Sale next year are Montjeu’s four time G1 winning son Camelot, successful but deceased Danzig sire Exchange Rate, highly successful Argentinian stallion Equal Stripes, former South African champion Delago Deluxe, Manhattan Rain-sire of Met hero Whisky Baron,  Epsom Derby winner Pour Moi-himself sire of Investec Derby winner Wings Of Eagles,  and champion Rock Of Gibraltar, whose stock have enjoyed so much success in South Africa.

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