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New SOS Program Reaches Out to Help Rescued Saddlebreds




Milwaukee, WI – Victor Layne Show Attire announced today the implementation of its new Save Our Saddlebreds (SOS) program. This program is designed to assist various non-profit organizations and charities that operate rescue programs for the American Saddlebred and part-bred Saddlebred horses.

“I am always saddened when I hear about the horses heading to slaughter,” said Tiffani Banaszak, owner of Victor Layne. “Many of these animals were once show horses that carried our riders around the ring, and they deserve a happy future. I look forward to assisting these noble souls as much as I can and I’m very thankful for the people who have room in their hearts and farms for these horses.”
 
Twenty-five dollars from every Suit or Coat sold in 2006 will be donated to groups who are dedicated to rescuing Saddlebreds from slaughter. A list of the various groups receiving donations from Victor Layne will be posted on the Victor Layne web site, www.victorlayne.com.
 
About Victor Layne Show Attire
 
Victor Layne Show Attire has been supplying custom Saddle Seat apparel to riders for over a decade. The owner, Tiffani Banaszak, owns and shows Saddlebreds on the Midwestern circuit. Victor Layne may be contacted at (877) 866-2987 or through the company’s web site at www.victorlayne.com.

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