A silent auction is being held in honor of William Shatner‘s yearly Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
The silent auction has already begun, and will run through April 26.
This year is the twenty-fifth year for the Hollywood Charity Horse Show, which “brings together world-class reining horses and riders in breathtaking slides and spins as they compete for top honors in their respective classes.” At sunset, there is a live auction and musical performances.
Profits from the annual event will go to several Los Angeles-area groups, including “AHEAD With Horses, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Hollenbeck Police Activities League (PAL), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and The Painted Turtle.”
Items in this year’s auction can be seen here, and includes over one hundred items. Some of the items are from television shows and movies (and some are autographed), and include: signed posters, props from shows including The Big Bang Theory, scripts, action figures and more. There is merchandise, artwork, apparel, vacation packages, and personal services available.
Shatner said that more items are being added, and although at press time, no Trek items were on the list, Shatner said via his Twitter feed that “CBS sent over a large number of Star Trek items and I signed them all…there is a bunch of signed products from Star Trek going up.”
This year’s special music guest at the Hollywood Charity Horse Show will be Kevin Cronin, lead singer and songwriter for REO Speedwagon. Two other band members will also be performing; Bryan Hitt and Dave Amato.
Shatner will lead a live auction at the show. The Hollywood Charity Horse Show will take place April 25 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank, California.