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Shatner To Host Hollywood Charity Show

Posted April 12, 2001
The 11th annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show will be held at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank, Calif., on April 28 from 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. William Shatner will host the show which will include opening ceremonies at 5:30 p.m.

In addition to performances by the medieval Imperial Knights and the Friesian Magic Team, the cast of the daytime soap opera "Passions" will be on hand to meet the crowd. Rita Coolidge is scheduled to perform at the western dinner party which will be catered by Outback Steak House, Anheuser Busch, and Coca Cola. Separate admission for the dinner party is required. A silent auction will feature items ranging from vacation getaways, autographed sports, music, film, television and celebrity memorabilia, to fine art and more.

The show will benefit three local charities; LA's Best After School Enrichment Program, Ahead With Horses therapeutic riding organization, and the Children's Museum of Los Angeles. It features some of the best western reining and trick rider's in the country and sponsors of the event include Cosequin, Outback Steak House, Albertson's, Wells Fargo, See's Candy, Just Call, Anheuser Busch, Coca Cola, Showtime Networks and Westside Pavilion.

Ticket prices range from $15-$75 for adults and $10-$35 for children under 12, and a variety of ticket packages is available. For tickets call the Los Angeles Equestrian Center at 818-840-9066 or e-mail:

Major credit cards are accepted.

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