Large, regal and handsome, they feature glossy black coats with white under parts and white facial markings. The sable antelope is another of the Hippotragus (horse) tribe antelope. As is the case of the roan, his Afrikaans name (Swartwitpens) meaning black white belly. The sable really stands out in his home on the plains, especially during winter when the veld takes on its beige mantle.
Our hunting territories are known for producing some of the largest sable trophies in Africa, with an average horn size of over 42". On our 31,000 acres in in the Central-Eastern part of Namibia (the western edge of the Kalahari) we are fortunate and proud to have a very large and healthy sable population that we have carefully nurtured. We limit the number of Sable to be hunted to only 5 animals per season.