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Saddlebred Prom Court Voting Has Begun

Voting has begun for the Saddlebred Prom Court!  The American Saddlebred Museum’s annual fundraiser at the World’s Championship Horse Show, on Wednesday, August 21 from 10:00 – 1:00 p.m. is a Prom themed event complete with live music, dancing and a prom court.   

Men competing for Prom King are:  Rich Campbell, Bret C. Day, Jim Lowry, Todd Miles, Gerhardt Roos, and TJ Santaferra. The women looking to become Saddlebred Queen are: Kim Cowart, Tammy Devore, Melissa Moore, Mary Orr, Donna Pettry-Smith and Tiffany Wheeler. The winners will be chosen by event guests, via CrowdRise. Voting has already begun and will conclude at the event. Vote as many times as you like to support your favorite trainer and the Museum. 

In addition to the Prom Court competition, guests are encouraged to dress to impress in attire from their favorite fashion era to compete for awards including ‘best dressed,’ ‘cutest couple,’ ‘life of the party’ and many others. Tony and the Tan Lines will provide music to dance the night away.

The event also includes an exclusive live auction featuring a half-size wooden rocking horse, a seven-night stay at the Westin Los Cabos Resort Villas & Spa, the opportunity to feature your horse in the American Saddlebred Museum exhibit, a Private dining experience for 10 in the Underground Goat in Chicago, and two tickets to Country Music’s 2019 Biggest Awards Night, and a wooden rocking horse from the American Saddlebred Museum. Full auction descriptions are listed here

Follow the museum on Facebook for event updates.  

Table sponsorships are available at a variety of levels and include reserved seating and other benefits. Individual tickets are also available. Tickets are available online here.

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