Kentucky Derby & Woodford Reserve Sell Silver Mint Julep Cups for Charity
The Kentucky Derby is one of the most famous horse races in the world, and this year marks a continuation of the Woodford Reserve charity mint julep cup. These cups are quickly getting more popular than the race, and buyers may need to sell gold online to make the most of these exclusive items.
The first Saturday in the month of May is the traditional running of the Kentucky Derby and is a great time to get cash for gold jewelry. This year’s event is the 138th time the horses have raced, and this race is more exciting than a gold party.
Race watchers have been enjoying a mint julep and a gold party on race day for years. This has been the official drink of the Kentucky Derby for 75 years.
Kentucky bourbon distiller, Woodford Reserve, has been working for the past six years in association with the derby. The bourbon maker has currently risen over $239,000 for charity and equine causes. They do not even have to get cash for gold jewelry to make a difference.
Woodford Reserve is making this their seventh year selling mint julep cups for charity. The cups cost $1,000, and this may lead a person so try to find a place to get cash for gold jewelry.
This event features an exotic selection of 75 mint julep cups that have been crafted with the attention to detail of a popular gold party. The cups can be filled at the track with the finest ingredients, and the proceeds will be donated to The Heart of a Horse foundation.
The way the entire program works is at follows. Buyers will have a chance to get one of 75 cups. There will be 65 traditional cups available, and 10 prestige cups. This is designed to mark the 75th anniversary of the mint julep as the official beverage of the Kentucky Derby. Shoppers can find their cup when they are trying to sell gold online. The cups are made of silver and are engraved with a horse scene. The engraving process is done by a professional artist and takes more than two hours. These cups are sold for $1,000, and this is a reason to sell gold online. Then there are the prestige cups. These are going for $2,000. These cups are plated with 24 karat gold and have a diamond horseshow on the side. 43 diamonds are encrusted around the horseshoe at a total weight of more than one carat. All of the ups are hand numbered, and they each some with a sipping straw that is cragged from sterling silver. The cups will come in cases that are made from the same wood the bourbon is aged in.
The Heart of a Horse Foundation’s goal is to promote the health and welfare of horses in American. Estimates say that there are more than 150,000 horses that are unwanted across the country.