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Freedman's To Host World Cup Super Grip Lottery

Enter For Your Chance to Win a $1000 Gift Card

Beginning on July 22, Freedman’s will be hosting their first ever World Cup Super Grip Saddle Lottery.  Every serial number of a saddle bought starting at the Blue Ridge Classic Horse Show through the World’s Championship Horse Show will be entered in a drawing to win a $1000 gift card.  The drawing will take place at 7 P.M. Saturday August 23 at the Freedman’s Booth located in the North Wing.  Entries do not have to be present to win.

The World Cup Super Grip Saddle has become the go-to saddle for professional and amateur horseman alike.  Hear what some of them are saying:

“This saddle has the best look and finish and is the most comfortable I have ever ridden in.”  Jim Stachowski, Stachowski Farm

"Not only is the Freedman World Cup Super Grip Saddle comfortable for both horse and rider. It is well made and built to last." Smith Lilly, Mercer Springs Farm

“The first saddle I can honestly say I could not live without!” Bret Day, Grey Ridge Farm
“This saddle is very smooth, soft riding, and is a solid fit for horses and riders.” Mike Goebig & Dwayne Knowles, Broadmoor

“I have a World Cup saddle and I love it. It is so comfortable that I can sink into it like I am sitting on a couch. Whether it’s me, or our riders in the saddle, I find the shape allows us to sit back and up which helps bring our legs into the proper position. This riding position brings the horses up and back, like we want. We now have several clients with Freedman’s saddles. It’s what I recommend to all of our riders. As with all of the Freedman's products the craftsmanship and quality is second to none. “Stan Bodnar, Merriehill Farm, Inc.

The World Cup Super Grip Saddle stands out not only for its quality, craftsmanship and praise, but also because it comes with a five-year warranty.  For complete information on the saddle’s warranty, visit the Freedman’s website,

The launch of the lottery contest begins at the much-celebrated Blue Ridge Classic Horse Show in Asheville, NC, an even bigger event this year as it is the host of the 2014 Saddle Seat Equitation World Cup Competition.   The contest ends at the prestigious World’s Championship Horse Show held in Louisville, KY.  For more information on these two horse shows, visit and respectively. 

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