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ASHA Online Holiday Auction with eBay begins


Lexington, Kentucky ­– The ASHA Online Holiday Auction with eBay began this morning with nine superior items available for bidding, the benefits of which will further the purposes of the Association.


Some of the highlights of the auction include a custom-tailored saddle seat riding suit by Dee Teater, a makeover by Hollywood make-up artist and Saddlebred enthusiast Jeffrey Fetzer, and a cashmere and mink shawl/cape donated by Glasscock of Louisville. 


All of the items can be viewed by clicking here, or entering the following link into a web browser,    

Other items include a children’s plush musical horse stool donated by Lynn Williams, a Victory Pass Weymouth Bridle from Freedman Harness, a custom tailored show sheet and saddle pad by RaDon, Inc., a catered gourmet box lunch for 25 people from the Marriott Griffin Gate of Lexington, two World’s Championship Horse Show Ribbon Pillows and a World’s Championship Horse Show Ribbon Autograph Pillow from Louise “Wee Zee” Miner.


In addition to the online auction, those who sell goods on eBay can donate a portion of the final bid to ASHA through Mission Fish.  For more information on how to sell on eBay to benefit ASHA, click here or enter the following link into a web browser,   


Bidding will conclude Monday, December 12 at 8 a.m. ET.  An account with eBay is required for bidding.  For more information, or for assistance on bidding, please contact Matthew Williams, development manager, by e-mailing or call (859) 259-2742, ext. 348. 

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