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FAST kicks off 3rd annual 50/50 raffle



All proceeds from the Celebration FAST Cash 50/50 Raffle will be used to promote all aspects of the Tennessee Walking Show Horse and Tennessee Walking Horse Shows.

The drawing will be September 1 before the Stake Class. The tickets are $40 a piece or 3 for $100. Once again the potential win for some lucky individual is in excess of $40,000.00. An added bonus of $1000 will be given if the winner is present at the drawing on Championship night. Last year’s total reached 40,190 and winner, David Keatts, won half of the total plus $1000 because he was present on Stake night at the Celebration. He went home after the drawing $21,095 richer.

The Marketing/Promotions Committee used the proceeds from 2017 to fund Media Ads in the National market such as TV commercials, pamphlets and brochures to promote the Tennessee Walking Show Horse and events such as The FAST Equine Education Day to expand our Marketing Nationwide.

Purchase your tickets at the The Walking Horse Report and be entered to win a full-page black and white ad! 

The Walking Horse Industry will win big by having the funds to promote our Show horse and Horse Shows.

 

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