Equestrian Aid Foundation Introduces 2nd Silk Scarf in the Zen Horse Collection to Assist Equestrians in Need

Short version of the design, read mor to see the full length.
Short version of the design, read mor to see the full length.

Zen Horse Koi, the second in a series of collectible silk scarves to benefit the Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF), is now available for sale. The scarf, designed by renowned artist Linda Bruff Luster, features rich, complementary colors that create wearable art. It can also be framed to produce a stunning focal point to any room. The sale of the scarves will benefit the EAF, which provides financial assistance for horsemen who are catastrophically injured or ill throughout their time of need. The Zen Horse Koi scarf is available for $175 online at the EAF website – www.equestrianaidfoundation.org. It is 100 percent silk. It’s unique size, 24” x 72”, makes it easily worn as a scarf or shawl.

The Zen Horse Scarf project to benefit the EAF was underwritten by long-time supporter Karen Long Dwight, ensuring the entire purchase price helps EAF recipients in need. 
 
"Karen and I have been friends now for more 10 years and this is our second venture together to benefit the EAF," Linda said. "She asked me to design both scarves using my two most recognized paintings - Zen Horse I and now Zen Horse Koi. I am so proud to be able to support the EAF and help its recipients."
 
The purchase of a Zen scarf directly affects the lives of equestrians and horse enthusiasts financially assisted by the EAF. A portion of the purchase price ($95) is tax deductible under federal laws.

About the Equestrian Aid Foundation: In 1996 the Equestrian AIDS Foundation was established to assist those with HIV/Aids. Recognizing a broader need, the organization changed its name to the Equestrian Aid Foundation and revised its mission. Its mission is to assist anyone in the equestrian world suffering from life threatening illnesses and catastrophic injuries by providing financial assistance for their medical or other basic needs. It is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization





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