Fasig-Tipton online bidding registration open
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Fasig-Tipton will offer online bidding for the first time at its upcoming Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale. Online bidding registration is now open.
Those wishing to bid online should visit http://bidonline.fasigtipton.com and establish a Fasig-Tipton online bidding account. After the user has set up an account, they must next request to “Register to Bid” for the Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale. Once approved to bid, the user may join the auction room.
Fasig-Tipton offers a complete guide on how to register and bid online at all future Fasig-Tipton auctions on the company’s website. This guide includes visual tutorials, as well as a “Frequently Asked Questions” section.
Midlantic Two-Years-Old in Training will be conducted on Monday and Tuesday, June 29-30 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland. Each sale session will begin at 11 am. The sale’s under tack show will be held over three sessions next week – on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, June 24-26. Each under tack show session will begin at 8 am.
The auction has produced eight Grade 1 winners from January 2019 to present day, more than any other two-year-olds in training sale in the United States.
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