Lewis Pederson Donates Saddle to Raise Funds for ACPA

While basking in his former glories as a renowned Cowboy Poet and Entertainer, ACPA member, Lewis Martin Pederson decided to share his abundance with our non-profit association.

He has kindly donated a saddle for a special Silent Auction that will run during the 2018 Trail’s End Gathering in High River, until 6PM Saturday evening.

The saddle is 1960’s, Saddle King of Texas with a  15.5″ padded seat and breast collar. It has silver horn cap, conchos, nameplate, and corners and new stirrups and  latigos.

Lewis intended for the saddle to be raffled but the province is persnickety about raffle rules and it turns out the ACPA doesn’t qualify to run raffles.

He sweet-talked, (for which Lewis is also notorious), some of his closest friends into contributing to the prize. Perry Jacobson donated his lariat rope.  Harold Webber will donate a blanket.

Value approximately $1000.

Starting bid is $500.

Support the ACPA by being the highest bidder!