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ASHA Youth Auction Continues Adding Big Ticket Items



Lexington, Kentucky - The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) Youth Auction Committee continues to add items that will be up for bid, and is still accepting donated items for the Annual ASHA Youth Auction, scheduled for August, and co-sponsored by the United States Equestrian Federation.

Recently added items in the auction include a pair of tickets to the Rascal Flatts concert, set for Sunday, August 29. Included with the tickets is a night's stay at Louisville's Crowne Plaza Hotel for the night of the concert. Also recently added to the auction is a three-night stay at a New York City studio apartment on Park Avenue, donated by Ed and Candi Aversenti. (Date of stay to be agreed upon between high bidder and apartment owner).

Items that will be up for bid in the ASHA Youth Auction can be viewed on the ASHA website, as well as on the ASHA Facebook page. Additional photos will continue to be posted as items continue to be added regularly throughout the days and weeks leading up the auction. Among other items that will be up for bid is aYamaha golf car, sponsored by Cunningham Golf Car Company, Inc.

If you would like to donate an item, please contact Brenda Newell, ASHA Youth Programs Director, atb.newell@asha.net, Ron Merwin, ASHA Auction Chairperson, at merwin91@aol.com, or Germaine Johnson, ASHA Youth Chairperson, at auburntiger@insightbb.com. A donation form can be obtained from the ASHA website.

All donations are tax deductible, as ASHA is a 501(c)3 corporation.

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