AQHA Professional Horsemen’s Crisis Fund Auction Closes Today
“BIDDING IS OPEN NOW for AQHA Professional Horsemen’s Crisis Fund Internet Auction on more than 100 items. Each year, an online auction raises money for the AQHA Professional Horsemen’s Crisis Fund,” announces Mike Jennings of the auction host, Professional Horse Services, LLC and member of AQHA Professional Horsemen.
Bidding Closes on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 for items donated to the AQHA Professional Horse’s Auction to benefit the Crisis Fund. Items begin closing at 7:00 PM Central Time. To shop and bid go to: https://internethorseauctions.com/auction.php?aucid=355
“The AQHA Professional Horsemen’s Crisis Fund has been able to help many Professional Horsemen in emergencies,” states Karen McCuistion, AQHA Manager of AQHA Professional Horsemen and Team Wrangler. “We need to keep the fund financially strong. The Crisis Fund supports AQHA Professional Horsemen in times of unexpected crisis, such as natural disasters, illness or injury.”
Over 100 Items are offered including Saddles, Tack, Gifts, Training, Videos, Ads, Show Packages and more featuring the items below.
Special gifts from the George and Carol Collins Collection are a highlight of the auction. This year, the auction received an unexpected gift through the donations of many saddles and tack pieces donated by George and Carol Collins of North Carolina.
For the Sports enthusiasts, there are signed footballs from Terry Bradshaw and Jay Novacek.
Buy Western hats from Shorty’s, Brinks and Billie’s, as well as other clothing, chinks, jewelry, and accessories.
Shop tack and supplies including: Gail Hought bosals and reins; bits by Balding, Darnall, Letchworth; Nettles stirrups, silver stirrups and more.
Exhibitors will find show packages for major circuits for stalls and other expenses.
Other items include artwork, photography, gift certificates, training videos, a tail extension, deserts, and wine.
Mike and Stephanie Jennings, of Professional Horse Services, LLC are pleased to support this AQHA Professional Horsemen event to benefit the Crisis Fund.