Purchasing A Horse
Purchasing a horse is one of the most important steps in becoming a successful owner. To do it alone without experience is not advisable. For those with experience, buying a horse could easily be the most exciting aspect of ownership as you try to pick a champion from thousands of horses available to you. Otherwise, engage a locally based trainer or a bloodstock agent to select a horse that suits your needs and budget.
International sales companies
+61 412 644 452
|Ireland||Irish Thoroughbred Marketing||http://email@example.com
+353 (0)45 886600
|New Zealand||New Zealand Bloodstock||https://firstname.lastname@example.org
|South Africa||Cape Thoroughbred Sales||http://email@example.com
+27 21 873 0734
|Bloodstock South Africa||https://firstname.lastname@example.org
+27 82 552 6524
+44 (0)1638 665931
|Great British Racing International||http://email@example.com
+44 (0) 207 152 0103
You may wish to call on the services of a veterinarian to inspect a yearling, weanling or racehorse you are considering buying. A consultation fee will be charged for which fee, the vet will look over your prospective purchase for conformation, faults and external injuries as well as inspecting its movement whilst walking.
Import of Horses into Singapore and Export
Singapore Turf Club is appointed by Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) to manage the only equine quarantine facility in Singapore for the importation of horses.
Newly imported horses undergo a minimum of 14 days quarantine where they will be tested, vaccinated and monitored to be clinically free of diseases before being released.
Veterinary conditions for imports of horses: conditions to be filled in
*Note that horses from South Africa are not allowed import into Singapore.
Singapore Turf Club has well appointed facilities to prepare horses for exports in accordance to the protocol of various importing countries.
Connections of visiting horses should refer to the shippers for details on compulsory government requirements (certifications, vaccinations, blood testing, veterinary examinations, etc.) and for requirements for return to their home countries.
Medication and Prohibited Substances
The Malayan Racing Association Rules of Racing and Regulations require horses to be free of prohibited substances.