Horse Lovers! Don't Miss the 2nd Annual Sonoma Change Fundraising BBQ

filed under: Horses and Wine Country, Wine Country Living posted on September 12th, 2009

Last year’s inauguaral Benefit BBQ for the Sonoma CHANGE Program (Coins to Help Neglected and Abandoned Equines) was a great success!  A fun event in a beautiful venue that raised significant money to help coordinate efforts in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties to save neglected horses from abuse and neglect.

In 2009, your help is needed more than ever. It seems that ticket sales are down this year due to the economy, and the need to help abandoned horses is greater than ever.  This year’s event is at the beautiful Shone Farm of the Santa Rosa Junior College, on the border of Healdsburg, Forestville and Santa Rosa.

The Beautiful Shone Farm Facility of Santa Rosa Junior College

Please visit the Sonoma CHANGE website to buy your ticket for this fun event coming up soon on Sunday, September 20, 2009.   You’ll enjoy a great day with wonderful food, friends and family and lots of equestrian entertainment from dressage and jumping demonstrations, the chance to see and learn about all kinds of horses from Mustangs to Percherons and Friesians.  Enjoy drill teams, vaulting and carriage driving.  There will even be a Unicorn!  What a great way to spend a September Sunday and to benefit a great cause–the health and well-being of horses throughout the North Bay.  See you there!

If you can’t make it on the 20th, the CHANGE website will still accept your donation. If you would like more information about CHANGE, the video below will fill you in.

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