Keeneland will hold two more online auctions Nov. 20 and Dec. 6. The December auction is open to all horses that were withdrawn from the November sale or did not bring their reserve prices. Twenty-one broodmares and weanlings were offered in an online auction Nov. 11, but none sold.Jim Williams, Keeneland's director of communications, said sales company officials are not discouraged by the results.
"It is a work in progress," Williams said. "It is new territory and we'll keep working on it."Keeneland held its first online auction in September. Of 230 yearlings offered in three sessions, 13 sold for a total of $500,200 or an average price of $38,477.