The Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia

est. 1988 to maintain, improve and develop the standards, integrity and services of Bloodstock Agents throughout Australia, ensuring clients are best represented in all business dealings.

Leading by example

A high level of accountability is what is rightfully expected of our industry, the FBAA leads the way in setting best practice for Bloodstock Agents.

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FBAA Members

FBAA Members primary public-facing role is as an independent Australian-based bloodstock agent.

Standard of accountability

A process for bloodstock transaction complaints is overseen by an independent Complaints Advisory Panel ensuring FBAA members are held to account with integrity standards.

Complaints Process

Resource toolkit

The FBAA has provided resources and guidance to assist buyers, sellers and interested parties in their bloodstock investment process.


FBAA Podcast

Tune in to hear from FBAA Member's discussing various bloodstock issues, market trends, sales analysis, bloodstock agency work and much more.