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Clifton, Penn Family Dispersal Highlights ThoroughbredAuctions.Com Spring Mixed Sale – Horse Racing News | Paulick Report

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Sky Flight closes to win the Tropical Park Derby.

ThoroughbredAuctions.com announces the dispersal of a Texas breeding operation in conjunction with the Spring Mixed Sale for Thoroughbreds. Bidding closes on Tuesday, April 5.

The online only auction features the Kevin Clifton-Penn Family Dispersal, and includes broodmares by such sires as Uncle Mo, Quality Road, Tale Of The Cat, Distorted Humor, The Factor, Tiznow and  Pioneerof the Nile.

Also offered is the stakes-winning, graded stakes placed stallion, Sky Flight, who earned $262,684. Sky Flight has already sired a stakes horse in his first crop.

All of the Kevin Clifton-Penn Family Dispersal horses are being offered with no reserve after an opening bid of $750.

The auction also includes yearlings by Ironicus and Misrembered that are located in Kentucky, and are also being offered without reserve.

The horses will be available for inspection by appointment at their respective farms.

The catalog is available for viewing now. Prospective buyers will need to go to the auction website, and create an account. They will then need to request a bidder’s number in order to bid.

The ThoroughbredAuctions.com team produces North America’s leading online auctions for horses. The management team pioneered internet auctions for horses and has produced nearly 115 internet auctions since 2012 boasting a high seller of $226,000. Their online auctions include the complete dispersal of R.D. Hubbard Thoroughbreds, which grossed over $1.5 million dollars.

Tim and Cathy Jennings are the industry’s most experienced show horse auction managers. Their team managed more than 380 live horse auctions selling over 80,000 horses since 1978. Tim’s previous firm, Professional Auction Services, was the largest show horse auction company in the world, by number of horses sold for 15 years.

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