A Few More Items for the Auction

We are the luckiest group out there having a silent auction, I’m sure of it. Not only do we have the Faberge Egg to auction to the highest bidder, we also have a sensational pendant made by Sarah Faberge’, Theo’s grand daughter. Check out this photo.

Faberge Pendant

Unbelievably beautiful enamel and diamond pendant to be in the silent auction at the Saddlebred Rescue Brunch.

We also are boasting a breeding to the fabulous stallion, “Charmed and Bewitched”.

Charmed and Bewitched

New auction item — breeding to Charmed and Bewitched

SBR Brunch and Silent Auction is an ecumenical group. We know there are a few people out there who like things other than horses, golf for example. Our auction committee has scored a round of golf for 4 at Valhalla in Louisville. A round of golf at Valhalla is on a whole bunch of people’s bucket list, including mine. Here’s your chance to do it.

Valhalla Golf Course

Check another item off your bucket list. Bid on and win a round of golf for 4 at Valhalla in Louisville.

Items are still coming and I’ll keep you posted. Take care and I’ll see you on the 23rd. Oh yeah, don’t forget to buy your ticket. Just press the button on the right and BINGO, you have bought your ticket making a difference in the lives of many, many horses. Thanks in advance.

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About Save a Saddlebred

This blog is on behalf of a cause that is near and dear to my heart, Saddlebred Rescue. Our group saves, rehabilitates and repurposes saddlebred horses. To date, we have prevented 900+ horses from being slaughtered. I'm proud to be a part of that. This site will bring you news of whats going on and of course, pleas for donations. Think about it, it's a great cause.
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2 Responses to A Few More Items for the Auction

  1. Wow! This is wonderful — the luncheon/auction crew is doing an amazing job — and so are the generous donors!! Thanks to all!

  2. Makes me want to say, “It takes a village”.

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