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USDF Region 6 Raffle presents

Pile of Russells ~ Georgia Gerber

From her Studio/Foundry on Whidbey Island, in the middle of Washington's Puget Sound, sculptor and dressage rider Georgia Gerber donates one of her delightful life size bronzes: "Pile of Russells". Inspired by a litter of Jack Russells inhabiting the Whidbey Equestrian Center, the sculpture is alive with the youthful charm of this breed that has become so popular among riders everywhere.

Proceeds from the Raffle will benefit the USDF Region 6 Championship effort. The sculpture will be on view at the ABIC/USDF Region 6 Championships (Sept. 27-29) and the USDF Annual Convention in Portland, Oregon (Dec. 11-15). Raffle tickets are $1.00 each and may be purchased wherever the sculpture is displayed, or by using the form below. The winning ticket will be drawn at the USDF Annual Convention.

Georgia is widely recognized for her ability to capture an animal's essential beauty and character. She is best known in the Northwest as the creator of the Seattle icon "Rachel", the Pike Place Market Pig. She has over 35 other permanent public installations throughout the country. Georgia is also an avid dressage rider, showing two horses at second and third levels. USDF Region 6 extends a huge and heartfelt thanks to Georgia and her dedication to the arts and to the wonderful sport of dressage. You may view other works by Georgia at


Sept. 27-29, 2002
USDF Annual
Portland, OR
Dec. 11-15, 2002
Please send ________ USDF Region 6 Raffle Tickets @ $1.00/each for Georgia Gerber's
"Pile of Russells". Enclosed is my check for $________. I understand I need NOT be present to win.
Name _____________________________ Street _______________________________________
Mail to: "USDF Region 6 Raffle", P. O. Box 1173, Stanwood, WA 98292. Raffle Ticket stubs will be sent by First Class Mail and the contribution is Tax Deductible.


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