Pam Eagan, Blanche McCloskey and Judy Greene

Kathryn Grimball, Rebecca Urland and Cindy Brown

Jonathan Kernion, Serenity Farms co-owner Dr. Kathleen Posey, Margaret Haskins and Mathew Haskins

Amanda Goldman, Delaney Hand and Leah Curtiss

Chef John Levy, Susan S. Barrett and Fellers Drury

The Jump for the Cure Gala Horse Show, an equestrian competition which lasted for 10 days (April 16-20 and April 23-27) took place on the grounds of Serenity Farms and consisted of various divisions in which horses and their riders were tested over obstacle courses ranging from the 2-foot jumps to the Grand Prix jumper section with fence heights at 5 feet. Sponsored by the Junior League of Greater Covington and Serenity Farms (which is owned by Kathleen Posey and Albert Perreand) the event provided funds for women without health insurance to obtain mammograms and coverage of medical expenses. In addition to the main event, the Junior League of Greater Covington also held a dinner and a silent auction, which was held at the horse show under tents. Featuring white tablecloths and fine wines, the elegant dinner was put together by John Levy, who is a chef at the Hollywood Casino in Bay St. Louis.