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Rock Creek Kick Off Party Set

Officials of the prestigious Rock Creek Horse Show have announced a Monte Carlo Extravaganza that will serve as a kick-off party to the 2011 show. Guests will be able to try their hand at black jack, craps, slots and roulette in addition to supporting the show with bids in the live and silent auctions. The event will be held Thursday, March 31 in the historic Henry Clay Building, 604 South Third St., Louisville, KY.

The action will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 and the evening is sponsored by The Silver Spoon. Tickets are $25 a person or $200 for a table of 10.

"We have a great group of auction items and are looking forward to a fun evening while raising lots of money for the show," said committee member Gail Kline.

The Live Auction will include a vacation package at the Five Star Colorado Springs resort, The Broadmoor; UK versus UL basketball tickets; a palatial Mexican Villa vacation package; Deer Isle, Maine vacation package; Kentucky Derby package; Kentucky State Fair Horse Show package; Key West condo vacation package; and a DR Pro Package Power Wagon. There are also many wonderful items in the silent auction including use of a four-seat golf cart during Louisville; box seats and VIP parking for Rock Creek; and an array of gift certificates for pictures, riding lessons, clothing, restaurants and horse related items.

For more information on the Monte Carlo Extravaganza or to get tickets, contact Gail Kline at (502) 722-8129 or email

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