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Blue Willow Brigade 2008 Fundraiser



 


CH Walterway's Remember Me

 

The Blue Willow Farm Youth Club of Versailles, KY, will be hosting a silent auction at the 2008 Lexington Jr. League Horse Show. They are compiling a collection of Mo- Neighs, paintings done by horses, to raise money for the ASHA Youth to Youth Scholarship Program.

         

The Mo-Neigh concept is very simple and so much fun! They put a long paintbrush into a carrot, dip the brush in paint, give the horse its “treat” and let the horse paint on a piece of paper. Only starting in September of 2007, the Blue Willow Brigade has collected a total of 26 Mo-Neighs and is looking for even more equine “artists.” Some of the “artists” include, CH Walterway’s Remember Me, Swish, A Travelin’ Man, CH Eleanor Rigby, CH Ninety-Eight Degrees, CH Moses, Bono, CH War Whoop Two, CH The Bodega Bay, CH Heir Style, and Twice Charmed.

         

The Blue Willow Brigade would like to thank the barns that have already participated:

 

                    Blue Willow Farm: Julie Kaufman and Joe Elam

                    Carriage Lane Farm: John and Tammie Conatser

                    Double D Ranch: Dena Lopez

                    Grey Ridge Farm: Bret and Susi Day

                    Lenore Farm: John and Dorothy Lenore

                    Shadow Run: Bill and Nancy Becker

                    Sunrise Stables: Melissa Moore

                    Willowbank: Joan Lurie

         

If you are willing to let one (or more!) of your horses participate, please contact Andrea Steponaitis at AmSdlbrd512@aol.com or (859) 509-8746. The Brigade will be collecting Mo-Neighs at Reiser Stables on March 15th. If you are with a barn in the area and would like to participate, just let them know! The youth club is willing to make the drive to where you are within reason. If you are out of the state of Kentucky and want to participate, they can send you supplies!




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