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Mid-South Spring Premiere to Benefit Stepping Stone Farm

The American Saddlebred Horse Association of Alabama is stepping up to help one of its own.  Courtney Huguley's Stepping Stone Farm burned to the ground on April 10 in Moody, Alabama.  Eight horses were tragically lost in the fire along with the entire contents of the barn.  ASHAA, sponsor of the Mid-South Spring Premiere Horse Show May 10-12, will donate a portion of the proceeds from the show to Stepping Stone Farm to assist Huguley in rebuilding her business.

The Mid-South Spring Premiere Horse Show is the primary fundraiser for ASHAA.  "The better this show does, the more we will be able to assist Courtney," stated ASHAA Vice President, Karon Bowdre.  Plans are to establish an ASHAA Disaster Relief Fund and Huguley will be the first beneficiary. The show will be held at the Celebration Arena in Priceville (Decatur), Alabama May 10-12.  For more information contact show manager Charles Byron at 256-773-4594.

Stepping Stone Farm has temporarily relocated to Florence "Sis" Grant's former Snowy River Farm in Chelsea, Alabama.  Alabama stables and others from across the Southeast have donated tack and equipment and individuals have made monetary contributions.  Huguley is overwhelmed by the generosity and caring of the Saddlebred Community. 

Contributions may be sent to Courtney Huguley at 2685 Laburnum Drive, Birmingham, AL 35235.  World Champion Horse Equipment has established a special account for Stepping Stone Farm and is also accepting donations. Call 1-800-251-3490 to make a contribution by credit card or send checks to World Champion Horse Equipment, P.O. Box 1007, Shelbyville, TN 37162. Be sure to note on the "for" line that your check is for the Courtney Huguley account.

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