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  1. #1
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    Default Any Cothers going to Holsteiner korung ?

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    Would love to go. But I am a slave to my job, blech. Report back on the happenings.



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    I assume it is normally a sell-out so last minute tickets are unavailable. Is that correct?

    The only way I'm going is if I make a last-minute decision to go.



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    Leave Friday. Can't wait.

    The tickets do generally sell out, but the economy sometimes has an effect on things. I would give the Verband a call Jim. You never know.

    Tim
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    I'm going! Will be my first time to the Holsteiner approvals . . . . and I'm looking forward to it!

    Kim



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nod Hill Farm View Post
    I assume it is normally a sell-out so last minute tickets are unavailable. Is that correct?

    The only way I'm going is if I make a last-minute decision to go.
    Jim , you can usually get a ticket if you know the right people. If you decide to go , let me know.



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    My mother and I will be attending for the first time this year; Karen Reid is going to be showing us the ropes, hopefully! I'm very excited and hope to learn a lot!



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    Stuck going to Mexico for a wedding...I would WAY rather be headed to Holstein! Two friends and I plan to go next year for sure and would love to meet up with everyone :-)
    Now developing Stone Clad Farms, visit us at www.facebook.com/StoneCladFarms



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    Not this year; can't leave the baby (human ) yet and don't want to drag her around. But planning on next year-will be my first time!
    Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm."
    --Winston Churchill
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    Would love to go! Also have a new human baby Hillside.. definitely makes planning trips a little more interesting!

    Leah A.. I'll go with you next year



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    It's an experience like nothing you've ever seen. We don't have anything close to it in this country.

    If you breed with horses of Holsteiner blood , it's a must do trip.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayhawk View Post
    Jim , you can usually get a ticket if you know the right people. If you decide to go , let me know.
    I think its very unlikely this year as I probably couldn't leave until Thursday, so wouldn't arrive until Friday am, presumably to Hamburg.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nod Hill Farm View Post
    I think its very unlikely this year as I probably couldn't leave until Thursday, so wouldn't arrive until Friday am, presumably to Hamburg.
    You would only miss the presentation on hard ground. Freejumping starts Friday morning and Nuemunster is only about 45 minutes north of Hamburg



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    I will be attending along with my partner Carlo from Ferme Beaulieu. We have seats directly across for the jumping chute.

    It will be the first stop on a 10 day trip through Germany, Holland and Belgium visiting many of the best stud farms.



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    That will be a really interesting trip Cover Girl! What places will you visit?

    I will be at the approvals aswell, the collection is really exciting!



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    I attended a few years ago, it is really a fun time and the collection of horses are amazing. It is true there is nothing like it in the states. And they throw an amazing party!



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