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Back To The Eighties: Puttin’ On The Hits - Lip Sync Battle of Saddlebred Celebrities



On Wednesday August 24, 2016 immediately following the evening performance of the World’s Championship Horse Show, Saddlebred celebrities will perform in lip sync battles to raise funds for the American Saddlebred Museum! The Saddlebred Café in the North Wing, adjacent to Freedom Hall, will be the venue for this sure-to-be-sold-out event. No one on the grounds will want to miss this 80’s themed lip sync competition!

The featured Saddlebred celebrity battles will consist of Jim Lowry vs. John Willis, Tammy Devore vs. Rich Campbell, Mary & Evan Orr vs. Donna Pettry Smith & Lance Hayes, and Rose Marie & Catherine Wheeler vs. Todd & Chad Graham. Each has pledged to raise a minimum $2,500 for the Museum in advance of the event.  Help them reach their goal by going to the Museum’s website at asbmuseum.org and voting with your dollars for your favorites.

Seating consists of VIP booths and preferred sponsor tables for 8, 6 or 4 surrounding the stage, ensuring a up-close view of the action!  At the end of the performances, attendees will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite with their dollars.  As soon as the “votes” are tabulated, the winner of the contest will be announced. The dance floor will then be opened for all to enjoy.

A special dine-around will be served and every attendee will receive two complimentary drink tickets. Gather your friends and barn mates and purchase your booths, tables, or tickets early to reserve your spot to watch the most fun event of the Louisville week! The general admission ticket price is $50 – an absolute bargain for the food, drink and level of entertainment! Visit the Museum’s website at asbmuseum.org for tickets, pledges, and sponsorship opportunities with preferred seating and amenities.

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