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Live Video of Lexington Junior League



Lexington, Kentucky - The prestigious Lexington Junior League Horse Show, first jewel of the American Saddlebred Triple Crown, and billed as one of the largest outdoor Saddlebred competitions in the world, begins Monday, July 6, at The Red Mile, in Lexington, Kentucky. Additionally, live streaming video will once again be available online at www.saddlebred.com, courtesy of Lexington Junior League and the American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA).

ASHA will once again provide live streaming video of each day’s performances from the historic Lexington Red Mile, in their entirety, beginning with the Monday evening performance at 7 PM Eastern Time.

Subscription purchases for viewing the Webcast will be available on the ASHA homepage. Fees to view the Webcast are $15 per day, per computer, meaning the license to view the Webcast is exclusive to the computer on which it is purchased. ASHA members receive a 20% discount for daily purchase, reducing the member price to $12 per day, per computer. In addition, a full show, six-day package purchase is available at a 10% discount, which will be applied when all days are selected at the payment screen. Payment is accepted online using a credit or debit card. Sign-ups for the Webcast will begin Thursday, July 2.

Viewers’ internet connection should be broadband, DSL or cable modem for optimum quality (dial-up connection is not sufficient). To purchase a subscription, follow the simple steps on the ASHA homepage. A link is provided to a "Help" page to assist Webcast subscribers.

Revenues received from the Webcast go toward its technical and production costs. Any surplus is applied to the promotional efforts of ASHA, and benefit the Lexington Junior League. Since 1937, the Junior League has raised upwards of $3.6 million for the Lexington and Central Kentucky community. Volunteers for the Junior League give nearly a half-million dollars worth of volunteer time each year to their community, as well as grants totaling approximately $50,000 annually.

For times, show schedule, ticket prices, and special events, as well as additional information about the Lexington Junior League and its community service, visit www.lexjrleague.com.

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