With the wealth of knowledge and experience I have gained in my racing career and my proven capabilities as a trainer and conditioner, I can assist you in purchasing a South African Yearling.

Selecting and Purchasing Your Horse
I can assist you in the analysis of the catalogue, the interpretation of our bloodlines and inspect selected horses on your behalf. Once selections have been made, as your agent , I will assist with the bidding and releasing procedures.

Pre– Training
Once your horse has been purchased, I will ensure that he is safely transported to my Randjesfontein Training Facility. Here he will undergo a training fitness program, starting with the breaking-in procedure and finishing off with a starting stalls certificate. His progress will be personally monitored and supervised by myself.

Export Procedures
Once the exportation dates are determined, I will arrange for the transport of your horse to the quarantine Station in Cape Town and all the veterinary requirements necessary as per the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
If required, I will accompany your horse to Hong Kong and personally deliver him to your trainer.

Correspondence and Communications
You will receive monthly newsletters with your accounts, together with regular progress reports, either by email or fax, whichever your preference.

Charges / Costing
As the new owner of a SA Racehorse, you will be responsible for the following costs:
1) The purchase price of the yearling / horse, plus 7% Agents Commission on purchase price.
2) All monthly training fees, transport costs, veterinary bills, insurance and incidentals.
3) Quarantine charges and flight/shipping costs to Hong Kong.

All SA fees have Value Added Tax (VAT) of 14%, which can be recovered on your behalf by Equi-Link.

WORLD CLASS QUARANTINE STATION
South Africa now boasts a world-class quarantine station at Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town. This new 28 box quarantine station is a-state-of-the-art facility offering pure “Equine Luxury” and will facilitate the exportation of horses from South Africa, as well as making it possible for overseas horses to participate in the major Cape races like the J&B Met.