About Flashpoint Bloodstock, LLC

Flashpoint Bloodstock. LLC is a company backed by 40 years of auction experience and two lifetimes in the horse business.  
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Our mission is to provide marketing services to horse and pony owners and equestrian enthusiasts through Internet and Live Auctions for Sport Horses & Ponies at SportHorseAuctions.com.
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The industry's most experienced show horse auction managers, Tim and Cathy Jennings have managed more than 380 live horse auctions selling over 80,000 horses for $200,000,000. Our experience includes management of the Pony Finals Auction, the AQHA World Championship Show Super Sale and the All-American Quarter Horse Congress Super Sale. 
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Flashpoint Bloodstock has pioneered internet auctions for equines and has produced 56 Internet Auctions since 2012 selling nearly 800 horses for $5,000,000. 
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The Flashpoint team produced one of the most successful online equine auctions ever held, the 2012 US Marshalls Service Auction of Assets of Rita Crundwell. The online auction offered 81 horses with gross sales of over $1,700,000 and handled over 700 registered bidders from around the world. The auction featured a high seller at $248,600*. The live auction portion of the Crundwell Dispersal featured a high seller of $962,500*.


*prices include buyer's premium

Who's got your money?

SportHorseAuctions.com
&  Flashpoint Bloodstock LLC are
Registered & Bonded with the
US Department of Agriculture

    
Why does it matter?
    
The Packers & Stockyards Act spells out exactly how anyone who sells horses or ponies for a commission is required to handle the money and disclose commissions. 
     
FULL disclosure of commissions. 
A contract that states when you get paid.
     
Your money is protected. 
    
Federal Law dictates how we handle your money. It goes into a regulated Custodial account that insures that each of our seller’s funds up to $250,000.

Cathy Jennings

Cathy Jennings has spent her entire life in the Horse Industry. She grew up in Texas, and started with her first pony at 7 years old. She progressed to horses and showed in 4H and American Quarter Horse Association Shows. Cathy was on Championship Horse Judging teams, both 4H and Intercollegiate, at Texas A&M University, where she studied Animal Science.

As an amateur, Cathy trained and exhibited multiple Congress and World Champions and Reserve Champions in events such as the Congress Hunter Under Saddle Futurity, (clean sweep, open, limited open, non pro); World Champion Pleasure Driving, (amateur and junior) and Congress Reserve Champion Western Riding, (amateur and senior) Cathy supported her showing by finding and developing young prospects, diamonds in the rough, and selling them at a profit.

Cathy Jennings

Tim Jennings

She discovered and helped orchestrated the career of World and Congress Champion, and leading sire, The Last Captive. 
Cathy advised the purchase of 2011 Congress Non Pro HUS Futurity winner, Lost in the Details as a yearling, and has selected numerous horses that have won at major shows around the country.  
 
Most recently Cathy has selected Thoroughbred broodmares for her family breeding operation in West Virginia. Cathy market breeds, and sells in such auction venues such as Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton. To date, almost every foal bred by Cathy and Tim that has raced is a winner, including PRINCESS CECILIA, multiple stakes winner. Cathy has sold, either herself or in partnerships, numerous weanlings and yearlings for 6 figure prices.
 
Cathy worked for Professional Auction Services from 1988- 2012 as a Consignors Representative, acting as a liaison between the seller and the auctioneer.
 
As an industry expert, Cathy has written several articles published in national publications.
 
Cathy was Site Manager for the US Marshall Service Court Ordered Auction of Assets of Rita Crundwell, managing a staff of approximately 40 people, caring for and preparing over 300 horses, including show horses, weanlings, yearlings, two year olds and broodmares for the auction.
 
Cathy works directly with Sellers, to help them with their listings. She offers suggestions for videos, and pictures and wording for their footnotes. Cathy helps sellers with their reserves, and works to help them get the maximum amount of money for their entries.

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Tim Jennings

Tim Jennings grew up in the horse business on his family farm in Loudoun County Virginia. He and his brothers, helped run the farm, and handle the care and breeding of numerous stallions, and, at times, as many as 100 broodmares. Tim showed American Quarter Horses in youth, and in to adulthood as an amateur. He has received many awards and championships, including winning the Amateur Western Riding at the All American Quarter Horse Congress.

Tim has been in the Auction Business for over 40 years. From 1978 to 2012, Tim was Vice President and Director of Marketing for Professional Auction Services, Inc, a company that produced nation wide Horse Auctions, including the Pony Finals Auction, AQHA World Show Sale, and the All American Quarter Horse Congress Super Sale. In 2012, Tim helped produce the US Marshall Service Liquidation of Assets of RC Quarter Horses, selling almost 400 horses at auction, including 81 horses, spread all over the country, selling in the Internet Auction.

Since 2000, Tim has been the auctioneer for the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Departments annual Pony Penning Auction, made famous by the book “Misty Of Chincoteague”.

CLICK HERE to learn about the 2017 Chincoteague Pony Auction. 

As the industry’s most experienced show horse auction manager, Tim Jennings as managed more than 380 live auctions, selling over 80,000 horses for approximately $200,000,000. The Sport Horse Auctions team has pioneered Internet Auctions for Sport Horses and Ponies.     
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