For those able to attend (especially on Saturday), this will be GREAT practice for helping as ground support for a jousting tournament - especially those that have contacted me about helping at GULF Wars. Being able to practice the skills you'll need BEFORE a high-stress, fast-paced tournament will be exceptionally useful for lending a hand at Gulf Wars. And will make it easier for me to help organize ground crew at Gulf & other tournaments. :-) That is not to say that your help will not be welcome at future tournaments if you can't make this practice, but everyone knows that things come easier with more practice. ;-) In Service, Eowyth On Sat, Jan 24, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Edward de Kent <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Greetings from Drachenwald! > > Duke Eringlin, through the gracious support of the Shire of Standing > Stones, will be conducting two official equestrian practices on consecutive > days next month: Friday, February 20th and Saturday, February 21st. > > The short Friday evening practice (6pm-9pm) will be focused on riding and > games authorizations, for those who are either bringing their own equine or > who have made arrangements to use someone else's. The Saturday practice > will run from approximately 9am to 6pm and be focused on jousting, both > foam-tip and wood-tip. > > The facilities will be spartan: the barn is unheated and the nearest > bathrooms are a short walk away. Attendees are on their own for meals. > > Crash space is very limited, as is space for equines apart from a barb > wire fenced pasture. If you need crash space or space for an equine, you > *must* RSVP to me or Duke Eringlin so that we can make sure there is space > for everyone and every equine. > > All that said, we encourage interested equestrians and ground crew to join > us for one or both practices. > > Your Servant, > Edward de Kent -- Manage your subscription at http://listserv.unl.edu. listserv.unl.edu lists do not accept incoming email from Yahoo.com, AOL.com or Dropbox.com due to their DMARC policies.