Event benefits U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation

Event host and USET Foundation Trustee Robin Parsky and husband Gerry Parsky

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The United States Equestrian Team Foundation hosted a benefit in support of the United States Equestrian Olympic Team on May 4 during the 2012 Del Mar National Horse Show. After the Olympic Show Jumping Observation event, Guests joined the Foundation for Margaritas, Fiesta Food, and Lively Music at Barn W of the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Robin Parsky, USET Foundation trustee and co-chair of the Development Committee, chaired the event with her husband, Gerry.

Photos: Rob McKenzie

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