South Africa

Cape Thoroughbred Sales (Pty) Ltd is an independent, commercial, sales company, uniquely devised to be dedicated to the growth of the sport of horseracing and the thoroughbred breeding industry through the development of the bloodstock market and using its strengths to become innovative, visionary and global.


Goffs is Ireland’s leading Bloodstock Sales Company and DBS is the second largest and fastest growing Thoroughbred Auction House in the UK. Combined with a shareholding in the leading French Sales company Arqana, the Group is committed to becoming the leading European Sales Company by offering an unrivalled customer focused service to the Bloodstock Industry.


William Inglis & Son Ltd is a family owned company that commenced operations in 1867.

Inglis have played a vital role in Australian racing history, with many of the nation’s finest thoroughbreds passing through the Newmarket sale ring.


Established in 1991, Irish Thoroughbred Marketing (ITM) is a not-for-profit, non-trading, limited company, with the strength and integrity of Irish Government support, and the backing of the Irish Bloodstock industry, assuring absolute integrity and impartiality.

ITM is a subsidiary of Horse Racing Ireland (HRI), the semi-state organisation responsible for the administration of horse racing in Ireland.


The Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association came into being in September 1955. It was established with a spirit of enhancing mutual aid among the nation’s bloodhorse breeders, with the idea of uniting to reinvigorate thoroughbred breeding using the power of the private sector. Since that time, JBBA’s efforts and passion have been the driving force behind what the industry has achieved.


Best known for its showcase Gold Coast Yearling Sale each January.  It is the company’s signature sale.

Magic Millions operates its thoroughbred auction house all year round conducting sales in four states of Australia.

New Zealand

Taking over Wrightson Bloodstock, New Zealand Bloodstock Limited is continuing a long and illustrious record of success as the source of New Zealand champions to the world.


Founded in 1766 by Richard Tattersall, Tattersalls is the oldest bloodstock auctioneers in the world and the largest in Europe. Today, Tattersalls is an international firm offering 10,000 thoroughbred horses each year at 15 sales at either its Newmarket headquarters in England, or at Fairyhouse outside Dublin, in Ireland.

South Africa

The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of South Africa 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.