Saddles of Joy hosts online auction to support its animals

YUMA – Saddles of Joy has taken its auction — online.

The non-profit here in Yuma is designed to give therapeutic horseback rides to children and adults in the area who face some sort of handicap.

But, keeping the near 20 horses a part of the program is expensive.

So Saddles of Joy has joined forces with the community to host a silent auction this week to raise money to care for the horses.

Things from homemade decor to quilts.. and from bicycles to gift cards, they’re all up for grabs in the silent auction.

To take a look head over to the Joyville Thrift and Gift Silent Auction on Facebook. 

If you win, pick-up is May 9th.

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Max Tarlton is an Emmy-nominated multimedia journalist currently reporting and producing for KYMA News 11. Max comes to Yuma from Chicago where he worked as a news writer for WGN News. He’s also a graduate of Columbia College Chicago, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Max is excited to be a part of the KYMA team. Catch him in action on “Sunrise” every morning at 6 a.m. If you have a story idea, don’t hesitate to reach out: max.tarlton@kecytv.com or on twitter: @MaxTarlton

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