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Saddlebred Rescue Announces Raffle Item

Louisville, KY – February 6, 2010 – Saddlebred Rescue is pleased to announce their 2010 raffle item, a Shively MMXTreem Saddle by Barnsby. This state of the art saddle is brand new to the market and is exclusively sold by World Champion Horse Equipment. Raffle tickets are on sale for $20.00 each or 6 tickets for $100.00. All sales proceeds benefit the mission of Saddlebred Rescue, Inc.

Tickets can be purchased by sending a check or credit card information to Sarah Garner, c/o Saddlebred Rescue, 2306 E. Hwy 22, Crestwood, KY 40014 or email Ticket sales representatives will be at several shows, and we are encouraging youth clubs or any other group that might wish to sell them to contact us for a ticket selling package.

The winner of this saddle will select the size and the saddle is raffled less fittings (stirrup leathers and stirrup irons). Sizes available are 19", 20" 21" and 22". The saddle is more light weight than the popular Shively MMX and features a carbon fiber tree. The new design is lighter and more comfortable for the horse; and the rider will have a deeper seat on the legendary sticky leather used for this saddle line. To learn more, please visit

Saddlebred Rescue wishes to thank the David Howard family for this great opportunity as well as our friends at World Champion Horse Equipment.

The winner will be drawn at the 3rd Annual Louisville Luncheon on Thursday, August 26th at the Hilton Garden Inn at Gate 4 of the Fairgrounds. The Luncheon is Saddlebred Rescue’s only fundraising event during the year, and is packed with Silent Auction items, other raffles, and a lot of fun! Be sure to join us this year. Tickets for the Luncheon are also available for $15.00 which includes lunch.

For more information about Saddlebred Rescue, please contact Pat Johnson, 4 Westview Drive, Blairstown, NJ 07825 or at To learn more about this raffle and the Louisville Luncheon, please contact Sarah Garner, 2306 E Highway 22, Crestwood, KY 40014; Please remember Saddlebred Rescue Inc is a 501 c 3 non profit organization and donations are considered tax deductible.

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