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A Rescue's Tail Horse Hair Jewelry from SBR



Saddlebred Rescue, Inc. is launching a new and unique fundraising program that will raise the awareness of horses in need. Through the creative genius of Meghann Belser, a SBR volunteer, "A Rescues Tail" a new horse hair jewelry line was developed which includes a story about individual rescues. The jewelry will premier at the UPHA National Championship Horse Show at the American Royal later this month. The theme for our booth at the Royal is "Celebrate Our Saddlebreds." All monies raised through the sale of this jewelry will go to help horses in need, their rehab and placement in to new homes.

Saddlebred Rescue and the American Horse Adoption are not-for-profit 501C 3 organizations operated by volunteers to provide a safety net to those horses that are at risk and who are able to live out a useful life in their new homes. To date over 400 horses have been saved. SBR benefits the members of the United Professional Horseman’s Association as many of these horses have been placed in lesson programs across the country. These horses are giving back to the horse show industry and they need your help. Please support Saddlebred Rescue!

Join the Gaylord Foundation and their support of SBR. Inquires related to Saddlebred Rescue’s 2009 Fundraising Challenge should be directed to Mark McCracken at mark.mccracken@saddlebredrescue.com or leave a message at 908-894-0951.

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