The Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF) will have a beautiful silk scarf whose artwork was designed by Linda Luster featured in the Draper booth at WEG. This scarf specific to WEG will be sold for $100 , with 10% of its proceeds going directly to the Draper Philanthropy Project. The remaining proceeds from the sale of the Zen scarf will benefit the EAF and its recipients. “Zen Horse I” has been featured on the cover of the Chronicle of the Horse magazine and is the first in a series of four oriental-style paintings. The EAF logo and name in script were added in a border around the artwork to create the first ever Equestrian Aid Foundation collectible scarf. The Equestrian Aid Foundation provides financial assistance for those in the horse community suffering from catastrophic illness or injury throughout their time of need. EAF grant recipients receive funding for medical, healthcare, rehabilitation and essential expenses such as food and housing.
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