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India Night 2015

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Date Change! India Night Moves to Thursday, March 12

Written by: Emily Riden
Client: Salvation Tree
Release Date: 2015-02-13

Wellington, FL – February 13, 2015 – After popular demand, India Night 2015 has been moved from Friday, March 6 to Thursday, March 12. The highly praised social event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at the Grande Pavilion at the International Polo Club (IPC).

The change in date better accommodates those with conflicts, such as the Friday Night Freestyle or the $25,000 Artisan Farms Under 25 Semi-Final, while still allowing for the same night of fun, food, dancing and partying with a purpose.

Tickets and tables for the event are on sale now for the can’t miss event at or by clicking directly here

Included in each ticket is gourmet cuisine, an open bar and the chance to watch the inaugural “Dancing with the Stars: Bollywood Style” competition. ‘Celebrity’ dancers, Annabelle Garrett, Brandon Phillips, Ki-Juan Minors and Eliane Cordia Van Reesemaare each paired with a trained Bollywood dancer and are rehearsing their moves now in preparation to show of for guests and judges on the night of March 12.

All proceeds from the event benefit the Salvation Tree Foundation and the Salvation Tree School in New Delhi, India. The Salvation Tree Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and all donations are tax deductible. Find out more about the Salvation Tree Foundation online at

About the Dancing With the Stars: Bollywood Style Dancers

Annabelle Garrett is a managing partner at Pitario Capital Management and an avid equestrian, active in both the showjumping and polo communities. Her Postage Stamp Farm currently owns numerous show jumpers (including horses like Prof de la Roque, ridden by Darragh Kenny) and fields a polo team on which Garrett herself rides alongside fellow Dancing with the Stars competitor, Brandon Phillips.

Brandon Phillips is a five-goal polo player from Toronto, Canada, where he began playing polo at the young age of 11. Now, with more than 20 horses in his string, polo is Phillip’s full-time job and whole-hearted passion. He travels the world playing polo, but presently calls Wellington, Florida home.

Ki-Juan Minors was born and raised on the island of Bermuda, where he began riding horses at the age of 2. Minors has been on the hunt to represent his home country in competition ever since making a promise to his late grandmother, Jolaine Minors. Outside of excelling in the show jumping ring, Minors has incredible vocal talents and can be found performing at events, including the prestigious Trump Invitational.  

Eliane Cordia Van Reesema is an international dressage rider and dressage trainer, originally from The Netherlands. After moving to the United States in 2006, she began training with Ashley Holzer and operating and riding for Jewel Court Stud USA, the U.S. branch of her family’s breeding farm, located near Antwerp, Belgium.

About the Salvation Tree School

Equine Couture and TuffRider brand owners, Timmy and Laurie Sharma, founded the Salvation Tree School and Foundation in 2010 after recognizing the need for better education in India.

Through the Salvation Tree Foundation, Equine Couture, TuffRider and Henri de Rivel are able to provide the children of the brands employees in India with an unmatched quality of education. Each year since the school’s founding, a new grade is added as the senior-most class advances to the next one.

Equine Couture, TuffRider and Henri De Rivel have made a global commitment to donate at least three percent of the company’s proceeds to fund the mission of the Salvation Tree School, but additional funds are necessary to aid in the expansion of the school and in continuing to provide for as many students as possible.

To find out more about the Salvation Tree Foundation visit


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