ThoroughbredAuctions.Com Adds “Make Offer” Feature to Online Auctions – Horse Racing News

New for 2022 at is the “Make Offer” feature in their online auctions.

“This feature has had tremendous success in our online sport horse auctions, and Cathy and I decided the time was right to open it up to our Thoroughbred auctions. that no other thoroughbred online auction company offers,” said Tim Jennings of

“Make an offer” is similar to “Buy now”, except that no purchase price is indicated. Potential buyers must have an account, be logged in and have a bidder number. Only then will the “Make an offer” button appear. A buyer makes an offer by clicking the button and entering the amount offered. will then present the offer to the seller and negotiate from there. The offer can be accepted, rejected or negotiated to an acceptable amount. If an acceptable price is agreed, will send an invoice. Payment must be received before the auction opens. If the auction is open, all bids will become null and void.

“Making an offer” is another way for the company to better meet the needs of its customers. He is now available for the January Mixed Thoroughbred Auction.

Registration for this auction is open. Go to and follow the links to the registration form. Auctions open on December 30 and end on January 4. The registration fee is $250/horse and a 5% commission in the event of a sale. No RNA fees.

Flashpoint Bloodstock and its subsidiaries and pioneered internet auctions for equines and have produced more than 101 online horse auctions since 2012, selling 2,062.

The Flashpoint team has produced some of the most successful online equine auctions ever: the RD Hubbard scatter with 54 horses selling for $1,560,350 with an average price of $28,895, the 2012 US Marshalls Service auction Rita Crundwell assets with 81 horses selling for $1,642,200 and an average price of $20,774 and the Rancho Corazon production sale of sport horses selling seven horses with an average price of $17,643.

Flashpoint Bloodstock LLC owners Tim and Cathy Jennings have run over 380 live horse auctions selling over 80,000 horses for $200,000,000. Their experience includes running the Pony Finals Auction, the AQHA World Championship Sale and the All-American Quarter Horse Congress Super Sale.