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Free Web Design Raffle to Benefit Saddlebred Rescue

Louisville, KY – A generous friend of SBR has donated a free website design as a raffle to support Saddlebred Rescue’s fundraising efforts. The website can be for your stable or business or to keep in touch with your friends.

Tickets are available for $20 or 6 tickets for $100. Tickets are on sale now and the drawing will be held December 1st, and the winner will be notified by mail!

Tickets will be available at various horse shows, the Saddlebred Rescue’s Louisville Luncheon, and by mail. Look for a Saddlebred Rescue representative or booth.

Please visit these websites by Meghann; ,,, and These are samples of the work she has created, and what she can do for you, too!

This is a great opportunity to jumpstart your business by being available on the Internet and helping the Treasures of Saddlebred Rescue. As always, your continued support is appreciated.

The website design includes up to 10 internal pages, a flash intro, and the first 10 updates. Please note that this does not include web address purchase or hosting.

For information about Saddlebred Rescue’s latest fundraisers or how you can get involved, please contact Sarah Liebert Garner at 502-744-5190 or To purchase tickets by mail, please send check or money order to Saddlebred Rescue, PO Box 546, Goshen, KY 40026. For information regarding Saddlebred Rescue and adoption, please contact Pat Johnson at 908-304-3560. Donations can be sent to Saddlebred Rescue Inc. a 501 c3 nonprofit organization, 4 Westview Dr., Blairstown, NJ 07825, and visit us at

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