The Clerk Center is excited to announce the first ever “Bluegrass Brunch and Bubbles” event to feature a silent fundraising auction to benefit the rehabilitation and maintenance of Thoroughbred racehorses.
Join us for a unique outdoor brunch experience on a real working horse farm, surrounded by retired racehorses. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on September 24, 2022, at the Secretary’s Center ranch located in the Kentucky Horse Park.
Each ticket includes all-inclusive access to the amazing Winner’s Circle Bluegrass Brunch served by DV8 Kitchen, the bottomless Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar, Magee’s Bakery pastries and Thoroughbred Coffee Station coffee, all of Generous sponsorship by Brad Cox Racing, Michael Stidham Racing, Paramount Sales LLC and Hallway Feeds. We welcome additional support from Equine Medial Associations, PSC, Foxwood Equine Sports Medicine, Godolphin, Machmer Hall Sales, Midway Point Thoroughbreds and other sponsors.
This not-to-miss event also includes live demos from the OTTB Gold Standard Reschooling showcase and access to a Q&A panel of experts in veterinary medicine, nutrition, and competition review. about horses. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet adopted horses and chat with owners, trainers and previous breeders while bidding for exclusive items in silent auctions. Must-see items for auction include everything from holiday packages and experience tickets to artwork, lanyards, saddles, sports memorabilia, and more. Bidding is now live at https://app.galabid.com/brunchandbubbles/items
Tickets for this unique brunch experience are $50/person and are currently on sale at www.secretariatcenter.org. All proceeds go towards supporting the Secretarial Center’s mission of preparing Thoroughbreds for happy, healthy, and successful careers after rehabilitation and retraining. The Secretarial Center advocates the sportiness and versatility of Thoroughbreds by providing an extensive training platform for retired racehorses and horse education opportunities to achieve acceptance matches. harmony. Those interested in supporting the Secretariat’s efforts through donations or sponsorships can contact Shelley Mann at [email protected].
Shelley Mann, Executive Director of the Secretarial Center, shares her excitement. “This event is a first for us and we hope to increase public awareness and support for the equine industry and future care efforts. The racehorse industry is an important part of Lexington and Kentucky as a whole. It is important for us to share with the community how these wonderful horses can be cared for and developed after their racing careers. We are delighted to host this educational and entertaining event. “
Located at 4155 Walt Robertson Rd., Lexington, KY in the Kentucky Horse Park, the Secretary Center was established in 2004 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit to showcase Thoroughbreds can be bred and used its famed position to herald the athleticism of this great breed by teaching new skill sets to horses of all ability levels. Visit www.secretariatcenter.org to find your next partner, donate or join today.
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