GONZALES, La., April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Q Hotels joined forces with Baton Rouge & Covington Horse Farms along with The LSU Equestrian Team to honor the men and women that have served The United States of America. The Family Friendly Horse Show will be held at the Lamar Dixon Center on Saturday, April 29th of 2017 at 8 a.m. Visitors will be able to see riders, from children to adult, horse jumping on sizes from small ponies to warm bloods and thoroughbred horses. Opportunities for face painting, pictures, and other entertainment, as well as to sign up for riding lessons and summer camps will also be available. Children and teenagers will be able to meet The LSU Equestrian Team and local trainers to discover more information concerning this prestigious sport. Donations and ticket sales will go to The American Legion Post #383 and Horse Farms to support the Equestrian Sport and its riders. Advance ticket purchases, show itinerary, company sponsors, live/recorded video of event, and additional information can be found online at: www.facebook.com/TheCharityHorseShow.
An accomplished dotcom and hospitality entrepreneur, Sean Krueger was quoted as saying: "I am honored to bring the excitement of Competition Equestrian Horse Jumping with local Farm Owners to support The American Legion Post #383 at Lamar Dixon. This event will also stream live on both Facebook and YouTube at the same time, which will be the first event in dotcom history to stream simultaneously on two different networks (Google and Facebook)."
In addition to Champion Riders & the LSU Equestrian team performing for the residents of Louisiana, Texas and beyond, The Honorable Lieutenant Governor, Mr. Billy H. Nungesser of the State of Louisiana will kick off the ceremony with a speech to honor the men and women who have served our country along with the love of the Equestrian Sport. Guy McLean, An Australian Horseman, Entertainer & Bush Poet, will also be performing horse tricks. Food and drinks will be provided by Piccadilly and The LSU Catering Team for purchase.
Other speakers include Tom Malik, Candidate for St. John Parish City Council, John McQueen, Horse Manager and Louisiana Council for horses, owner of Queeny Productions, and previous Horse Manager of the World Cup, and Commander Allan Reynaud of the American Legion Post #383.
Brittany Sommer Desalvo, owner, Head Trainer, co-host of event and Champion rider of Sommerview Farm, was quoted as saying: "I approached Sean Krueger about a charity horse show to be hosted at Sommerview Farm, and Sean said I wish to get involved and do it for the United States Veterans. I am amazed at how quick this idea grew to a life of its own. Introducing the world to this wholesome sport while raising money for both farms and The American Legion Post #383 is an honor and privilege."
To learn more about Sommerview Farm, please visit www.sommerviewfarm.com.
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