​​Southern Kettle Moraine Horse Trail Association

Unfortunately this popular, large event was cancelled in 2020 (due to gathering restrictions related to Covid-19)

​​Please Keep the SKMHTA Fall Fundraiser in mind for 2021

We are always looking for Donations: Business or Individual

  • Gift Certificates
  • Merchandise - New or "Gently" used
  • Services
  • Medium to large size wicker type baskets or containers to put      grouped raffle items in.  Clean and good condition please.                       

Business Sponsors are listed as Gold ($75) or Silver ($25)

We are able to pick up your donated items - All Year Long
(Reasonably sized - if questionable - please call)

Or Help by Volunteering!

  • ​Ask Businesses for donations (we'll provide you a list)
  • Help at the event itself!

Please contact SKMHTA Fundraising Coordinator Bridgette Bender by email or phone 1-262-903-2915.

Fall Fundraiser

2019 fundraising event netted $6,221

Local businesses were especially supportive, with most of the Palmyra and Eagle businesses once again making donations. The club thanks the following generous businesses and individuals who sponsored the event:

$75 Gold Event Sponsors:  Blair Commercial Painting; Dow and Cindy Didion; Dream A Horse; East Troy Brewery; Friends of Nature; Hags on Nags Saddle Club; Hooves and Paws; Kettle Moraine Equine Hospital; K&L Sales;  Lucky Dog! Day Care Inc; Lower Springs Lake BP; Rhodes Towing; Rushing Waters; Takdta Investments; Triebold Outdoor Power; West 20 Ranch and Saddle Company and Wisconsin Horse Council

$25 Silver Event Sponsors included: 1863 Coffee Saloon; Elkhorn Veterinary Clinic;  and First Citizens State Bank

The club’s featured donations this year included a custom western cedar saddle stand built by club’s trail coordinator – Bob Michaels of Hammered Horse Products, a GP3600 Portable Generator from Generac and a beautiful carved horse picture on wood donated by Larry Wood. 

The pig was donated by Wilson Meats in Elkhorn.  Bridgette Bender Dortch, our Fundraising Coordinator and her husband made all the food and cooked the pig!