Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue is set to host an evening of high stakes tournament poker play at The Mane Event 2015 on Friday, July 17. One lucky tournament player will win a seat valued at $10,000 to compete in the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event in Glitter City, which is the most coveted contest in poker and the most prestigious gaming event in the world, where participants have a chance to win $10 million.
This fundraising event has the excitement and sophistication of a high roller affair and will be held at Jewel in Melville, which is located at 400 Broad Hollow Road.
Even if you’re not playing in the tournament, it’s a safe bet you’ll have a great time as you experience the action as it unfolds live at The Mane Event on the Jumbotron screen and bid for luxury items in the silent auction. Live entertainment will be provided by the Frankel Sisters. There’ll be plenty of food and so you don’t miss a minute, a professional emcee will be calling the shots as they happen. Cheer on your friends, family and colleagues as they compete to play at the final table. The excitement reaches fever pitch as midnight nears and the winner is crowned. Who will take it all? Feel good knowing that all proceeds support Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue’s efforts to save horses. Seating is limited.
To get in on the action, go to www.bhfhorserescue.org or contact Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue at 631-574-9667. Must be 21 years of age or older to attend. Mane Event sponsoring entitles you to 10 seats at your own table for your special business clients, friends or family. Additional packages are also available. For more information, contact us 631-574-9667.
About Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue
Here, amidst the warm atmosphere and bucolic setting of Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard lies a horse haven unlike any other on Long Island. Horses whose lives were at risk have, through love and dedication, been given a second chance. Here, they not only find sanctuary, but are given the opportunity to become ambassadors, helping to educate the public about the need for legislation to protect horses. In 2007, Sharon Rubin Levine and Richard Rubin cofounded Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue. Since that time, lots of patience and loving attention has gone into nurturing these beautiful rescued horses.
Horse lovers of all ages visit us for a tour of the paddocks. While here, they meet former race horses whose lineages trace back to such legends as Secretariat, Man O’ War and War Admiral, or come close to one of the farm’s beautiful Arabians. All were once marked for destruction and all now lead safe and secure lives.
In 2012, Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue became a nonprofit organization. Come see the farm’s equine friends and help them continue their efforts on behalf of these majestic animals. Be assured that your kind support would be tremendously appreciated.
—Submitted by Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue