Swiftsure’s 30th annual Cowboy Ball kicks up its heels live July 8th at 5:30 p.m.
Presented by D.L. Evans Bank
This year, Swiftsure Ranch’s 30th annual Cowboy Ball kicks up its heels in-person on July 8th at 5:30 pm!
Be sure to grab your tickets for a fun-filled night of fundraising, dining, and dancing! If you’re not ready to party in person you can still support and participate from wherever you are. The virtual event includes options for supporting and viewing online and/or various takeaway meal options. This way you can enjoy your evening at the remote location of your choice. Tell your friends, snag your tickets, dust off those cowboy boots, and get ready to dance!
The in-person event kicks off at Swiftsure Ranch on Thursday, July 8th at 5:30 pm. The live event will span 2+ hours to support the Ranch. During the event, there will be a live auction for a great cause, a DJ, line dancing, and a picnic-style meal from The Smoky Bone. So, get ready to kick up your heels and Pony-Up to make an impact! The funds raised from the annual Cowboy Ball event are vital and support Swiftsure’s mission to empower individuals of all abilities to gain strength and freedom through therapeutic equine connections—all at no charge to the participant or their families.
To purchase your tickets or to register for the live stream, visit swiftsureranch.org/CB2021 or call 208-578-9111. While you’re there, be sure to check out the online auction which includes a six-day river trip on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River with Far & Away Adventures, clay shooting and lunch at Willow Creek with world champion women’s sporting clay shooter Mari McStay, two nights at Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch, a season ski pass courtesy of Sun Valley Co., gear from First Lite, a round of golf for four courtesy of Sun Valley Co., a Decked package, a week in Hawaii, a bottle of Macallan Estate Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, and much more.
About Swiftsure Ranch: On an annual basis, Swiftsure works with more than 300 individuals of all ages and abilities. Many are from area nonprofits, including Camp Rainbow Gold and Higher Ground, NAMI, as well as students in the Blaine County School District and the Idaho School of the Deaf and Blind. Whether a person is facing emotional, physical, or mental challenges, engaging in therapeutic riding is proven to play an integral role in improving outcomes and the quality of life of participants and their families.
To register and purchase raffle and dinner tickets, please visit swiftsureranch.org/cb2021
Get your tickets and enjoy a night out with friends, acquaintances, and new faces as we all come together for a common cause!
Now, dust off those boots, turn on the tunes and make sure your two-step hasn’t become a thing of the past. Join us for the Cowboy Ball and kick up your heels on Thursday, July 8th at 5:30 pm. We hope to see you there!