It’s Not Too Late!


The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue:

All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.

Boots & Bling is THIS Saturday!

One more chance to get a Herd Sponsor table

(or individual tickets), but..

The Herd Sponsorship is only available through midnight tonight and there are only 2 tables left! Since we didn’t get this last call out yesterday, we’ve extended one more day!

Let’s sell out this event so we can help more horses!

The Herd Sponsorship is perfect for small businesses, families, and friends! It includes a Boots & Bling table for 12 and recognition on our website, social media channels, and newsletters – all for just $500.

Use Promo Code HERDAAE22

Grab 11 of your friends, family, co-workers, riding buddies, or fellow animal lovers to come enjoy a fun-filled evening together at a Herd table.

Get Your Herd Table!

Use Promo Code HERDAAE22

Boots & Bling will be held this weekend on Saturday, August 6 at the

El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville.

Doors open at 4pm.

This evening features a catered BBQ dinner by Blackjack Grill,

DJ music & entertainment by Sundance Kid,

live & silent auctions, stories from our barn, and more.

Don’t need an entire table? Buy individual tickets!

If you want to sit together, please buy your tickets in one transaction

Buy Tickets!

Boots & Bling is AAE’s most important fundraising event of the year as it supports our ongoing operations and allows us to continue helping horses, one horse at a time.

Boots & Bling raises funds to help horses like Cody.

Cody is a 1999 Arabian gelding that came to AAE in January 2020 after long-time family health issues with his owner and the passing of his caretaker.

When Cody arrived at AAE, he was very underweight and in much need of dental care, something so easy to fix, yet many seem unaware of basic needs of older horses.

While at AAE, he received much needed dental care, and all of his other basic needs were updated including hoof care, vaccines, and deworming. Cody also got a new microchip. Cody gained quite a bit of weight. Once he started feeling great (and looking great), he worked with our trainer to refresh his ground manners and riding skills. In a matter of months, he regained good health, and he found his forever home.

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