Equestrian Aid Foundation Roasts George H. Morris and Jessica Ransehousen

Save the Date! February 26, 2008

During the busy Florida season there are many fundraisers for many wonderful causes. The first organization to help those on the equestrian world in need is the Equestrian Aid Foundation providing over 10 years of assistance to those of our own. This is one not to be missed, as you never know when you ore one of your loved ones might need thier help.
Mary Phelps - Board member of the Equestrian Aid Foundation.

Wellington, FL-- The Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF) is delighted to announce the First Annual Celebrity Roast honoring the birthdays of two icons in the horse industry. George H. Morris, legendary hunter/jumper guru, and Jessica Ransehousen, a driving force in American dressage, are both turning 70. And we won't let them forget it!
PhelpsPhoto: USDF Hall of Fame recipient Jessica Ransehousen and Sam Barish

This birthday celebration will bring together equestrians, fans and well wishers to roast these two legends at a bash to benefit The Equestrian Aid Foundation / Ride for Hope. Announcer extraordinaire Peter Doubleday will lead the crowd as the Roastmaster. Guests can expect an evening filled with many touching stories, tributes, and anecdotes about the colorful lives of the celebrity guests. You can be certain that a few of those stories will put George and Jessica in the hot seat!

George and Jessica are beloved icons that have shaped thousands of riders in our industry, says EAF Founder Robert Dover.We wanted to honor them for all of their contributions, but we couldn't pass up the opportunity to have a little fun with them too! Anyone who been on the receiving end of their expertise won't want to miss the roast! And best of all, this great event will benefit the Equestrian Aid Foundation, an organization that strives to help all that need assistance in our industry.

This elegant, black tie optional, extravaganza will be held the evening of February 26, 2008 at the Palm Beach International Polo Club in Wellington, Florida. Many sponsorship and tickets options are available to meet any budget. For those who cannot attend in person, they can enjoy all of the festivities and show their support by viewing webcast available around the world. Check out the EAF's website for of the details. You won't want to miss this so get your tickets today.

For more information contact the Equestrian Aid Foundation at 1-800-792-6068 or visit www.equestrianaidfoundation.org.

About the Equestrian Aid Foundation

The Equestrian Aid Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Its mission is to build a membership-based organization to assist everyone in the equestrian world suffering from life threatening illness, catastrophic accidents or injuries by providing direct financial support for their medical or other basic needs.