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Horseshoe tournament Saturday, May 23rd in Livermore.

Original post made by Kent on May 21, 2009

Horseshoe tournament Saturday, May 23rd in Livermore. Starts at 11:30am in Robertson Park at the shoe pits. Two person teams, but there might be singles to team up with on the day of tourney. It's $10 per person, double elimination, Bring your best shoes, costumes appreciated. Prizes, but mostly just fun in great weather. Ask here, or call 980-0083 for more information. Leave a message if you have too and I'll call you back

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Posted by Good Ole' Boy, a resident of Birdland
on May 22, 2009 at 11:37 am

I'm looking for a ringer for this tournament. Of course I want ringers but I need a partner for this tournament. I need someone good. Basically a retired guy with skills, or a member of Pleasanton's horse shoe club, or any NHPA member. There is no short line for women, seniors, etc so unless you can throw from the back line you're out. Split cost. Post reply here or call Kent and ask to be partnered with the Good Ole' Boy.

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