Shhhh. Don't tell Jenn, but as far as I'm concerned, the Jennifer Show is, first and foremost, a performance show. Because of that, it's important to me that our raffle features a lot of wonderful tack items, the most impressive of which is perhaps Grace LeDoux's amazing mini Vallegro set. Grace is currently on a hobby hiatus, so this is a rare chance to add her work to your collection.
Since a lot of people expressed interest in Jane's Schneider's stable blankets, I've reserved one of those for the raffle table. The other two will be awarded to the first and second place entries in the Other Ethnic/Historic costume class.Marilyn Jensen's wonderful little Stanley resin was another reader favorite, so I've pulled one from the Dogspotting Challenge and added it to the raffle ranks.
The raffle will also include another non-equine unpainted resin. This is Kitty Cantrell's Feed Me, graciously donated by Caroline Boydston. Thanks, Caroline!
Collyn Richmond contributed this traditional scale Arabian foal resin, sculpted by Sheri Rhodes.This fellow is a bit of a trickster. He looks like he's painted, but eyes and facial markings aside, he's actually just black resin. Leave him as is, or prime and paint. Either way works!
Today's last featured offering is on its way to Colorado, but won't arrive until show day. This is Tabatha Pack's Mini Elnathan, painted and donated by Kimberly Bleecker. Thank you so much for your generous donation, Kim. I can't wait to see him in person!
Remember, ticket prices start at one dollar and get cheaper with volume purchases. There are no advance or online sales, but we do allow proxy purchases. Please visit our Facebook page to connect with a proxy buyer. There's lots of great stuff up for grabs. Don't be left out!