CAPRA WORLD SLAM – Goats of the World
The CAPRA WORLD SLAM requires 12 different species (subspecies) of world goat species.
The taking of a Capra World Slam is probably the single most physically difficult accomplishment in the mountain hunting world. The Capra goats live in some of the steepest, most difficult and dangerous mountain habitat on the face of the earth. Grand Slam Club/Ovis has defined well over 30 different trophy categories for the world’s wild mountain Capra species. An individual is designated as having achieved the Capra World Slam when he or she has successfully taken and documented with GSCO at least 12 different species or subspecies from the above-mentioned recognized trophy categories.
- American Mountain Goat
- Chamois – Pyrenean; Cantabrian; Alpine; New Zealand; Carpathian; Balkan; Caucasian; Anatolian
- Tahr – Himalayan; Himalayan / New Zealand Tahr
- Ibex – Bezoar; Kri-Kri; Persian Desert; Sindh; Gredos; Beceite; Southeastern Spanish; Ronda; Alpine; Nubian; Mid-Asian; Himalayan; Altay; Gobi
- Tur – Kuban (Western); Dagestan (Eastern); Mid-Caucasian Tur
- Markhor – Bukharan Markhor; Astor Markhor; Kashmir Markhor; Kabul Markhor; Sulaiman Markhor
- Goats – Chiltan Wild Goat; Hybrid Goat*; Feral Goat**
*doesn’t count for Capra World Slam 12, but may be counted for the Super 20 & Super 30
**doesn’t count for the Capra World Slam 12 or Super 20, but may be counted for the Super 30
Let us know what hunt you’re looking for and we’ll do our best to find it for you.