Join us for an evening to celebrate horses and the HSUS Equine Protection program. Horses are depending on us to protect them. These majestic animals who were once the center of American life are too often the target of abuse, cruelty, and neglect. It is our job to protect them.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) Equine Protection program works to end the slaughter of American horses, promote humane horsemanship, give sanctuary to abused and rescued horses, and stop cruel practices like the soring of show horses. In 2014, in conjunction with The HSUS’s 60th anniversary, we will work tirelessly to raise awareness and advocate for passage of state and federal legislation, including the SAFE Act, to permanently end the slaughter of American horses for human consumption. It is time we protect these noble animals whose history is tied so closely to our own.
Evening Details : Cocktail reception 6:00–8:00 p.m. Buffet dinner 8:00 p.m.
To respect our cause, a vegan/vegetarian menu will be offered. Business casual attire
The Humane Society of the United States, Richard Schechter, Chairman and CEO, The Bainbridge Companies, and member of The HSUS’s National Council and Equine Leadership Council and Georgina Bloomberg, equestrian and member of The HSUS’s Equine Leadership Council invite you to a special evening to support the life-saving work of the HSUS Equine Protection program and enjoy the $280,000 FEI World CupTM Grand Prix presented by The Bainbridge Companies.
With remarks from Holly Hazard, HSUS senior vice president of programs and innovations, and Keith Dane, HSUS vice president of equine protection, along with special guests Director/Producer Ron Davis and Executive Producer Karin Reid Offield of the upcoming documentary Harry and Snowman about the legendary international show jumping team Harry deLeyer and Snowman, the former plow horse he famously rescued off a slaughter truck.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
The Wellington Club
Palm Beach International Equestrian Center 3400 Equestrian Club Drive, Wellington, FL 33414
For more information, contact Kris Thompson-Johns at 678.763.8708 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking fee of $20 waived with presentation of this invitation at the gate. More details provided with RSVP.