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Aggie, Artist: Carlynne Hershberger, Sponsored by: Community Bank of Marion County, Horse Fever 2001

The Giving Collection: In Memory of Dick Hancock, Horse Fever Champion

 

The Raffle Tickets Were Drawn June 4, 2021 at 6 pm. Congratulations to:

 

  • Katherine Guida, Critters will be installed at Ocala Downs
  • Rick Rowan, Home Sweet Home will be installed at Ocala Preserve
  • Irene McCracken, Sunny Daze. Location To Be Determined.

 

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Thank you for your interest in the Horse Fever Raffle. The online link is closing at 2 pm on Friday June 4, 2021.

 

Ticket may be purchased at Brick City Center for the Arts, 23 SW Broadway Street, until 5:50 on Friday. The drawing for The Giving Collection starts at 6 pm.

Have You Herd (Heard!) About

The Giving Collection?

 

In Memory of Dick Hancock, Horse Fever Champion

 

Now through Friday, June 4th, MCA is offering the public a chance to win one of these three stunning Horse Fever horses!

 

That’s right – one of these horses could be all yours to put in front of your house or business, donate to your favorite charity, school, church or a place of choice. The horses also make a beautiful legacy gift in honor of a loved one!

The Giving Collection horses, Critters,by Bonnie Eads  Home Sweet Home, by Carlynne Hershberger; “Sunny Daze,” by Ronda Richley;

will be on display at The Brick and throughout the community until the drawing.  

 

Tickets are $100 each and may be purchased at Brick City Center for the Arts. The drawing will be held at the Opening Reception, June 4th at 6 pm. Local delivery and installation are included. Proceeds from the raffle benefit Marion Cultural Alliance and its support of the arts in Ocala/Marion County.

 

If you have any questions or for The Giving Collection’s current viewing location, please contact MCA at 352.369.1500.

 

The Giving Collection Rules and Regulations

 

The Giving Collection drawing of is being conducted by Marion Cultural Alliance, Inc., located at 23 SW Broadway Street, Ocala, Florida 34471. Please note: Horses are 3D, life-size sculptures and actual designs may vary. The drawing will take place at 6pm on Friday, June 4, 2021 at Brick City Center for the Arts (home of Marion Cultural Alliance, Inc.). The winner of each horse (Sunny Daze, Critters, and Home Sweet Home) will be selected at random. Entrants do not have to be present to win. All three horses will be drawn and awarded. Winners will be notified by telephone. The suggested donation is $100 per ticket. In accordance with state law, no purchase or contribution is required to enter. Please mail requests for a ticket to 23 SW Broadway Street, Ocala, Florida 34471. Includes local delivery and installation. For questions, a complete list of rules, and prizes, please contact MCA.

Horse Fever Rides Again

 

With The Introduction of the Fourth Herd

 

It has been 20 years since Ocala’s record-breaking public art project and auction, Horse Fever. For five months the public delighted in our herd of 53 horses, many of which still adorn the streets of Ocala. Artists and a generous business community came together to ultimately raise over $1.5 million for the arts and 27 other local charities, founding the Marion Cultural Alliance (MCA). We proudly reflect on a 20-year period of growth and consistent support through programming, grants, and scholarships enhancing art and cultural programs across every medium in Ocala/Marion County.

Sea Horse, Artist: Brian Menadier, Sponsored by: Arthur I. Appleton for the Appleton Museum of Art, Horse Fever 2001

CLOCKWORK FURY SALES AT OCALA BREEDER SALES AUCTION FOR $30,000

Upcoming Events

The Herd at Circle Square Cultural Center

 

March 1st – March 25th

Horse Fever History

 

The Horse Fever public art project was created in 2001 by Marion Cultural Alliance with help from the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association. The Horse Fever herd has stood as a testament to the unification of culture and community. Early support for the project resulted in 53 artists’ designs for the hand-painted horses. The herd was displayed throughout the Ocala area. Furthermore, the popularity of Horse Fever has produced unique memorabilia such as posters, mugs, a commemorative book and miniature statues. All of which are available for purchase at the Brick City Center for the Arts, home of Marion Cultural Alliance. In 2005, MCA created a traveling herd of horses, dubbed Horse Fever in Motion. Then in 2011, to commemorate the Horse Fever 10th year anniversary, MCA created a new herd featuring 31 new artists’ designs. These horses have traveled to events all over Ocala and are deeply cherished by our community.

Look Who’s In The Winner’s Circle!

Cone Distributing, Inc.
Douglas Cone, Jr. President/CEO
Showcase Properties of Central Florida
Valerie Dailey, Owner/Broker
On Top of the World Communities, LLC
The David & Lisa Midgett Foundation
CenterState Bank
Rusty Branson, Community President
The Syndicate
Ocala Magazine
Philip Glassman
Friends of the
Rotary Sportplex

Thank You HF 20/20 Sponsors

Finish Line $10,000 +

Clubhouse $5,000-$9,999

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Grandstand – $2,500-$4,900

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Show Ring – $1,000-$2,499

Infield – $500-$999

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