The 2nd Annual Win Place Home Silent Auction and Gala will be held Saturday, April 21, at Birtwick Park Equestrian Center, from 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
This fundraiser will help support the care and feed of our current horses in training. We are holding a silent auction in our barn along with the horses that are in our program. Admission is $25 at the door or $20 in advance. Drinks and appetizers will be served.
Dress in your best barn clothes and enjoy drinks and appetizers while shopping our collection of incredible auction items in the barn, among the horses.
Guests under 21 are free.
Featuring: a bounce house and a chance to meet two miniature unicorns.
Win Place Home, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization which offers former racehorses a good home where their transition will be smooth and calm, giving them a confident trust to move forward in life. We have created a place of rescue to rehabilitate and retrain these thoroughbreds leading to active careers.
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