A Virtual Trip to Argentina





Stuck home in self-isolation, missing out on that trip you were going to take to the Argentine yearling sale? Come along with Kelsey Riley on our virtual trip to Buenos Aires, and dream about next year.

Step onto the streets of Buenos Aires, and the city will grab hold of your senses. Buenos Aires is a multi-cultural hodgepodge; Latin charm abounds, brought to life by the ultra-friendly locals and frequent outbreaks of tango, and is punctuated by stunning European architecture that pays homage to the city’s Spanish and Italian influences. Stunning street art splashed all around adds a modern and edgy flair.

Buenos Aires is South America’s most visited city, and to give it the time it deserves would require more than just a few days. It is possible in that time, however, to take in some pretty spectacular highlights, and the timing is just right for the Mar. 14 G1 Latinoamericano at San Isidro Racecourse, followed by the Gran Venta Selecta yearling sale the next day.

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