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    Default National Equine Law Conference

    Is anyone (else) going to the National Equine Law conference in May in KY?



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    No. It's always held on Kentucky Derby weekend and I just don't want to deal with the crowds. Wish they'd hold it some other time. But I do always buy the conference written materials and review them at home.
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    The Equine Law Conference is once again upon us, between Rolex and the Derby. This year, it'll be held at Keeneland...

    Is anyone else going? I'll also be at Rolex on Saturday and Sunday, FWIW.



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