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Visitors to will have an opportunity to choose from a list of select animal rescue and welfare organizations created by Visitors can cast one vote daily to help pick the most-deserving ones to receive support from Click the "Click Here to Give" button. Then click the "Vote Now" button at the top of the page. Search for Saddlebred Rescue and vote! Saddlebred Rescue is located in New Jersey. Voters are limited to one vote per person per day and votes will be accepted from Monday, April 13, 2009 until Midnight (PST) on Sunday, July 26, 2009.

Funds are anticipated to be distributed in the following manner: Grand Prize of $20,000 for the organization with the most votes (one prize); Second Prize of $5,000 for the organization with the second highest total of votes (one prize); Third Prize of $3,000 for the organization with the third highest total of votes (one prize); Honorable Mentions of $1,500 for two organizations with the fourth and fifth highest total of votes (two prizes of $1,500 each); Weekly Prize of $1,000 each for organizations with most votes during that week of the Challenge (15 prizes of $1,000 each*); and 54 regional prizes including State Prizes of $1,000 for an organization in each state and the District of Columbia, with the most votes (fifty-one prizes of $1,000 each), Canadian Prizes of $1,000 for the shelters in Canada with the highest and second highest vote total for their country (two prizes of $1,000 each)and International Prize of $1,000 for the organization with the most votes located outside the United States and Canada (one prize of $1,000).

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