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Freedman Harness Celebrates Lexington Junior League

Lexington, KY – Freedman Harness, a company known worldwide for their standard of excellence in the art of harness making, will take part in the 73rd Annual Lexington Junior League Horse Show by offering all exhibitors $50 gift cards.

"We are excited to take part in the world’s largest outdoor Saddlebred horse show," said David Freedman, President of Freedman Harness. "All of the exhibitors will receive $50 gift cards in their exhibitors packets which will be good for in-store purchases of over $100 during the week of the Junior League Horse Show." Freedman’s store is located at 136 East Main Street in Midway, Kentucky, just minutes from the show grounds

The Junior League Horse Show attracts over 30,000 spectators and nearly 1,000 exhibitors from all over the world come to compete for $70,000 in prize money. "It’s a great horse show and the Junior League of Lexington raises a great deal of money which benefits regional charities," Freedman said. "It is wonderful to be part of something this big."

During the show, Freedman will also hold a drawing for a Stake Night Bridle complete with choice of brow band. For every $100 spent in the Freedman store, the purchaser will earn a raffle ticket for the drawing. "It’s a beautiful bridle and we are looking forward to giving it to the raffle winner," Freedman said.

Stop by the Freedman store at the Junior League Show to view their harness and leather goods, or visit their website at .

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