On May 29 at 8 p.m. Eastern, The Foundation for the Horse will host a 90-minute Facebook live party to celebrate horses and all the people who care for them.
The Virtual Barn Party for the Horse will feature performances by Nashville-area musicians, guest appearances by music and equine industry celebrities, cowboy poets and more.
The performance line-up includes Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Rory Feek; Americana/folk/rock band People on the Porch; rock band Sloan Woolly; country/rock trio Campbell Station; legendary singer/songwriters Scott Anders and Roger Murrah; Nashville singer/songwriter Liz Bohannon; and cowboy poet Ron McDaniel.
In addition to performances, party visitors will have an opportunity to win guitars autographed by country music legends Vince Gill and Amy Grant, Josh Turner, and Martina McBride.
The Virtual Barn Party for the Horse is hosted by Tennessee Equine Hospital and The Foundation for the Horse. Proceeds benefit The Foundation and its mission to improve the welfare of horses.
Party visitors can donate during the live broadcast or from the recording by clicking the “Donate” button.
The hosts extend their gratitude to party partner sponsors who are offering a combined $40,000 in matching gifts to The Foundation. Partner sponsors are: Tennessee Equine Hospital, Zoetis, Aurora Pharmaceutical, Boehringer Ingelheim, Merck Animal Health, Nutrena, Owl Manor, Platinum Performance, Soft-Ride, PulseVet, Allegheny Equine, Equine Diagnostic Solutions, Stablelab, Sound/Antech, Veterinary Management Groups, KindredBio, Thrive Animal Health, Renovo, MWI, and 3H Equine Hospital.
Visit the Daily Vet Life podcast Episode 41 to hear Dr. Monty McInturff talk about the Virtual Barn Party.
About The Foundation for The Horse
The Foundation for The Horse, a 501(c)(3) organization established in 1994, is governed and stewarded by equine veterinary members of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and other stakeholders who share and support The Foundation’s mission to improve the welfare of horses. Since its inception, The Foundation has disbursed more than $6 million to fulfill its vital mission. To learn more, visit www.foundationforthehorse.org.