As I posted on another thread, don't feel too bad about not going. I went to the one in Dallas and it was quite clausterphobic and was difficult to shop because there were so many people! I didn't find any stupendous deals but the raffles (which I didn't win) were nice - including an Hermes bridle.
Ooh a "private opening"? lol I didnt even know that something like that existed... is it like the opening of a movie, where only elite and famous horse people are invited? Guess I'm not quite at that level yet
Glad you ladies had such a good time. I spent the evening with the vet LOL. Getting someone's butt stitched up. But, all is well in la la land again. Generally the only time vet ever has to come here in the night is when I am gone LOL.
And another day in paradise. Hope you guys did lots of xmas shopping at least. And meeting Beezie must have been so cool.
Our horses are not seen as the old and disabled they may have become, but rather as the mighty steeds they once believed themselves to be.
Well, don't tell... but we squeezed into line with some friends and were were outta there by 8:30. The line did look horrible... but by the time we left, it was still long, but not "wide", so I think they were doing a really good job of wrangling everyone.
I have Higher Standards... do you? Apalachicola Native (Alfie), '02 TB Gelding, Wild Man of Borneo (Hank), '03 Redtick coonhound, Augustus McRae (Gus), '01 Bluetick coonhound