Bid for Adventure of Lifetime to Benefit Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Program–Benefit Dinner & Auction Friday
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WELLINGTON, Florida’s Jan. 30, 2018–An African safari luxury living for nine people, a four-day cruise on a classic cruiser, ski lodge in Switzerland, stay at New York’s Sherry Netherlands and a get a World Equestrian Games package including four-bedroom home–all being auctioned at the annual benefit this weekend for Florida’s Vinceremos therapeutic riding program.
The opportunity to bid for what could be a once-in-a-lifetime experience while supporting a cause dear to the hearts of equestrians is an annual highlight of the benefit dinner scheduled for the International Polo Club in Wellington Friday night, Feb. 2.
For tickets and sponsorship information go to Vinceremos.org.
Vinceremos has specialists in therapeutic riding and working with riders with special needs as well as 23 specially trained equine partners at its center in Loxahatchee, a neighboring community to Wellington.
Among the items to be auctioned:
–South African Safari at Serondealla in the Thornybush Game Preserve. Luxury accommodations for nine people in four lodges within the preserve–donated by Jewel Court Stud;
–Four-day cruise on fully refurbished 1926 “Freedom” with five luxurious staterooms–donated by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith;
–A necklace with almost 4-carats of diamonds and a retail value of $15,600–donated by Lugano Diamonds;
–Jump for Joy package with Olympic gold medalists Laura Kraut of the United States and Nick Skelton of Great Britain–donated by the riders;
–Skiing in Verbier, Switzerland, three-bedroom penthouse apartment located 50 yards/meters from Medran Lift–donated by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins;
–Three nights in New York City’s legendary Sherry Netherland, overlooking Central Park, including dinner and theater–donated by Mr. and Mrs. David Page, and
–World Equestrian Games package, including VIP Hospitality, opening ceremony and dressage and accommodated in private four-bedroom home–donated by Katherine and Mark Bellissimo.