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Help Fund Equine Research with The Horseman’s Card®

Lexington, KY (Sept 30, 2008) – Since 1992, the Horseman’s Card® VISA® has been supporting the health of the horse, making it the credit card of choice for horse owners and enthusiasts.

The Horseman’s Card® was created specifically to help support the world-renowned Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center located in Lexington, KY. Every time The Horseman's Card® is used for a purchase – whether it be for a tank of gas, an airline ticket, a saddle or a bag of feed – a contribution is made to the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center at no additional cost to the cardholder.

In addition to raising funds for important equine research, The Horseman’s Card® offers cardholders unbridled savings on a wide selection of merchandise and services chosen especially for the equestrian or equine enthusiast. Cardholders automatically receive substantial savings from dozens of nationally recognized equestrian retailers through the exclusive VIP benefits program.

An important partner in the VIP Benefits program is Jeffers Equine. Founded in 1975 by Dr. Keith Jeffers, Ph.D., Jeffers retail store, offices and warehouse are located in a 120,000 square foot facility in Dothan, Alabama. Jeffers is one of today’s largest privately-owned catalog and e-commerce animal health supply retailers. The company’s philosophy -- “Do It Right. The First Time.” – is culminated through superior quality products, knowledgeable customer service, guaranteed lowest prices, and prompt accurate order shipment. Through The Horseman’s Card® VIP benefits program, Jeffers offers a 10% discount off the first order for any Horseman’s cardholder. Visit http://www.jeffersequine.com and use the Horseman’s Card to shop online or through Jeffers’ catalog for low prices and superb quality.

Ruth Jeffers, Vice President at Jeffers, states, “Jeffers Equine.com is proud to join such a prestigious program as The Horseman’s Card VIP Benefits. With Jeffers’ 30+ years in the business of providing quality animal products, both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical, it only makes sense that both companies would partner together to provide resources and support animal research to improve the health of the horse. Jeffers recognizes that six of the ten most widely used equine vaccines on the market today were researched and created by the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center in Lexington. I encourage everyone to join this program so that together -- Jeffers Equine.com, The Horseman’s Card and you – we can make a difference in the health of the horse.”

“The Horseman’s Card® truly values Jeffers’ partnership,” said Linda Lee, Promotions Manager of The Horseman’s Card®. “Both companies are deeply concerned about the health of the horse and are anxious to provide needed resources for research.”

For more information about The Horseman’s Card®, or to apply for the card, call 1-800-437-0180 or visit http://www.horsemanscard.com.


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