Can’t make Boots & Bling? Register now, and you can join us virtually for the silent auction, today from 4-6p!

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The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue:

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Boots & Bling is TONIGHT!

SOLD OUT!

Saturday, October 16, 2021

El Dorado County Fairgrounds, Forni Building

Doors open at 4pm

Catered BBQ dinner, no host bar (beer and wine), DJ Music and dancing, and fabulous live, silent, and dessert auctions.

We are grateful we can celebrate together in person this year!

Thank you for your support – We can’t wait to see you all tomorrow!

Due to the Caldor Fire postponement,

we MAY have a small number of tickets available for walk-in guests,

but no guarantees at this point

Boots & Bling Silent Auction!

If you aren’t able to attend in person, but still want to join the fun and support AAE, the silent auction is open in person AND online this year! We have some wonderful and exciting items available! The live auctions are exclusive to attendees.

Registration for the silent auction is open now. Once registered, you can preview items until the auction opens. Bidding starts at 4p (PST) tonight, Saturday, October 16. The auction closes at 6p (PST).

Help horses from home!

Register for the silent auction now!

How to Register

Register Now!

Winning items may be picked up at the AAE Used Tack Store in Shingle Springs or shipped at winning bidder’s expense.

Questions? Email bandb@allaboutequine.org.

 

We look forward to celebrating with everyone tomorrow and raising more funds to help more horses into 2022. Horses like Maisy and Trace!

Maisy

Sweet Maisy is getting better every day. She’s got a few more days of treatment to go, and so far, so good. We’re looking forward to learn more about this gal. Keep your fingers crossed all continues to go well.

Trace

This guy, Trace, is healing well and feelin’ good. He’s gone from nearly losing an eye and resulting limited vision to an incredibly positive outcome. He does NOT have cancer, he will not lose his eye, and he will be coming out of retirement to go back to work serving the community. Look how well that incision is healing! High five to Trace and the docs at LBEMC!

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