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News From the Saddlebred Rescue Fundraising Office



Louisville, KY, March 3, 2009– Saddlebred Rescue, Inc has several opportunities for people to become involved, promote our breed, and support the rescue efforts of Saddlebred Rescue. We are in need of support and there are several ways to help out.

Here’s what is going on at SBR…

NEW PROMOTIONAL ITEMS ARE HERE! We have new horse head carabineer style key chains and car magnets for sale, $5 each! This hot items will be at a horse show near you or available by mail order.

HAVE YOU HEARD ALL THE BUZZ?? ….the Saddlebred Rescue COOKBOOK is underway! We still need recipe submissions, a book sponsor, and advertisers! This is a great way to reach a great audience of all facets of life! Advertising rates are INEXPENSIVE!!

Buy a NEW 2009 T Shirt – they are available at www.cafepress.com/sbr2009 - the shirts look great! Congratulations to the artist, Aimee for the great design!

Collect Pennies – Pennies for Ponies helps change their lives with your pocket change! Put out a jar to collect change, and send the proceeds to SBR. So far, we have raised a few thousand dollars with JUST loose change!

Did you know the Saddlebred Rescue has a Louisville Luncheon on the Thursday of the World’s Championship Horse Show? It’s a great way to meet other Saddlebred fans, enjoy a delicious lunch, and support SBR. We have raffles and a FABULOUS silent auction! Want to attend? Would like to sponsor? Or donate an item? Email Sarah!

Really want to be involved but not sure how? SBR is hosting a Weekend Workshop in Kentucky! The workshop includes lunch, a field trip, and meeting new friends. We plan on working on some current projects as well! Email for details!

For information about Saddlebred Rescue’s latest fundraisers or how you can get involved, please contact Sarah Liebert Garner at 502-744-5190 or fundraising@saddlebredrescue.com. For information regarding Saddlebred Rescue and adoption, please contact Pat Johnson at 908-304-3560. Donations can be sent to Saddlebred Rescue Inc. a 501 c3 nonprofit organization, 4 Westview Dr., Blairstown, NJ 07825, and visit us at www.saddlebredrescue.com.

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