Pullman City and LQH Masters Partner This Year With Two Show Acts As Part of the Show

Steve Vannietvelt & What A Wave Steve Vannietvelt & What A Wave Photo by Tom Hautmann
September 02, 2022

Bitz / Germany, September 8 – 11, 2022 - Real Western fans will be thrilled: Pullman City, the famous living Western town in Eging am See, is now a cooperation partner of Ludwig Quarter Horses and the LQH Masters. During the $30,000-added Reining Show at Schwantelhof in Bitz, Pullman City will contribute two great show acts on Western Show Night. Details are not yet revealed, but anyone who has ever been to Pullman City knows that fun and action around the Western horse are guaranteed.

The LQH Masters 2022 will be held Sept. 8-11 and will feature one of the Europe's biggest NRHA Open class, the $15,000-added AM RISING STAR RANCH NRHA Open. But there will be even more highly endowed classes during this week-end: the $ 5,000-added QUARTER DREAM Intermediate Open, the $ 1,800-added ELEMENTA Intermediate Non Pro as well as the € 1,100-added BONDA RANCH Open Bronze Trophy nat. Not to forget the $ 4,800-added AM RISING STAR RANCH Non Pro, whose champion will also be awarded a Handmade Trophy saddle made by Hannes Wilk. In the wide range of NRHA classes, every reining enthusiast should find the right thing to show off his horse to its best.  Most classes are NRHA Germany and NRHA USA approved.

In addition, there will be two evening shows of the finest. The announcement is online at www.showmanager.info, where you can also enter online. Entry deadline is August 23, 2022. Since the stable tent has to be ordered then, no box stalls can be guaranteed after entry deadline.

Pullman City, the "living western town" in Eging am See, is an adventure park all about the western lifestyle located on the edge of the Bavarian Forest. It was opened in May 1997 and has become a crowd puller for the whole family. On 200,000 m² a western town is built up with everything that belongs to it. During the season from spring to late fall, a diverse, non-violent show program is presented with cowboys, Indians and free-ranging bison, with trick riders, knife throwers, ropers, horse trainers and magicians. The highlights are the American History Show and the great Karl May plays freely adapted from Karl May. Highlights of the show with Winnetou and Old Shatterhand are free-running bisons, stunts and pyrotechnics and of course lots of action and entertainment.

Admission to the LQH Masters 2002 is free for visitors during the day, but pre-registration is mandatory for the two paid evening events. Tickets for the evening shows are available at www.lqh-masters.de.

By edited Press Release