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Jubilee Regional Morgan Horse Show Holding Online Fundraiser

With the commitment to a Bigger and Better Jubilee in 2019, the show committee is not letting time get away. “We have been meeting every week via conference call and have been working on the financial side of the show in the past month, said Jubilee treasurer Kathy Beverage.

Great conversations have led to an upcoming Online Fundraiser via Jubilee’s FaceBook page. “We have worked to put together an exciting and unique list of donated items that everyone could get behind and enjoy. All donations will go toward the continuation and revitalization of the Jubilee Regional Morgan Horse Show.” Beverage stated.

The Online Event is set to begin on February 25 at 12:01 am and conclude 10:00 pm EST, Saturday, March 3, 2018. Items include but are not limited to a 4 day, 3 night all inclusive stay at The Coral Cove Resort in Jamaica, an egg opportunity from World Champion producer Cache, and breedings to the Morgan stallions Minion Millennium and Regal Masterpiece have also been graciously donated.

Remarkable Memories will create one of their custom shadow boxes for a lucky bidder, and there will be a Fire Stables Weekend including 2 nights lodging. Stoneledge Farm will be offering lesson packages for all disciplines and Merriehill Farm has some fun offerings in the works.

Advertising opportunities are available to with full color ad pages donated by Dabora Inc. in either Saddle Horse Report or Horse World as well a page in Year In Review. The AMHA breed journal The Morgan Horse has also donated a full color page of advertising. Curtain Helper will be donating a large set of their Curtain Helper brackets, and there are beautiful antique handled whips and custom saddle covers available.
“We are very grateful for the continued support of everyone who has donated items and hope that our other Morgan enthusiasts across the country and abroad can support the show by bidding on these items.” Beverage concluded.

The show’s FaceBook page can be found by searching Jubilee Regional Morgan Horse Show through Facebook. If not accessible to you, please email Shanna Gish at to place your bids or ask specific questions.

The auction will be well underway on February 25, so please take a look and place your bids in support of the Jubilee Regional Morgan Horse Show.

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