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The American Saddlebred Museum Presents Buckles, Boots and Blues



The American Saddlebred Museum is pleased to announce its annual fundraiser at the World’s Championship in Louisville, Kentucky  on Wednesday, August 22 at the KEC South Wing from 9:30 – 1:00 p.m.  Buckles, Boots and Blues will be an exciting evening of food, fun and music. Entertainment will be a private concert by Pryor Baird. The event will include drinks, heavy hors d’oeuvres, live auction, and dancing following the concert. 

Pryor Baird was a contestant on season 14 on NBC’s ‘The Voice.’ Currently headquartered in Nashville, TN his style is a blues-country combination–fusing the traditional with the new for a unique sound of his own. His performance at Buckles, Boots & Blues is sure to have the crowd on their feet. There will be an exclusive meet and greet for event attendees directly following the performance. 

Sponsorship tables, which include priority seating, table service, and other benefits are available. More information can be found by calling 859-259-2746 or on the Museum’s website: https://asbmuseum.org/buckles-boots-blues

Buckles, Boots and Blues is the American Saddlebred Museum’s largest fundraiser.  Proceeds support the Museum and its educational mission to preserve the traditions and promote the heritage of our beautiful athletic horses, through active engagement of the general public and equine community by expanding interest and appeal in our breed.

For more information contact Amy Nelson at 859.259.2746 ext. 344 or [email protected]

 

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