Letter From Our Secretary - December 30, 2014
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
First, I would like to apologize for not getting these results out sooner. My regular job has a tendency to get in the way of FPZV sometimes, I am doing my very best to get things out in a timely manner.
In the email I sent you are attached two documents with the results from our 2014 Tour, one for the purebreds, and one for part-breds. We are excited to start offering registration of part-breds as well as the inspection of them. The part-breds will be registered with FPZV USA and papers done in this country, but inspections will be done by our German judges. This was a decision made by the board this year to accommodate our members that are breeding for quality part-breds. Those registration papers are being designed now. If you have a part-bred you would like to register with us, please e-mail me.
The judges were very impressed with the purebred Friesian horse quality overall in this country this year. Many high scores were received. The tour champion is Enchantress, owned by Robin Stater from California with a very impressive score of 9.0! Congratulations to all members for a successful tour.
If you have sent in any paperwork from October until now, I have a small stack I am working on this week, to get caught up, you should receive your things by mid January.
If you have tried to call the FPZV USA phone number, I am not answering that during the Holiday's but will return calls after the first of the year. I hope everyone understands.
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me. Bill will be writing a letter to members in January.
I hope everyone has a wonderful New Year!
FPZV USA Secretary
P. O. Box 1596
Monroe, WA 98272
FPZV USA United States 2014 keuring high point tour Champion
Enchantress with owner Robin Stater. Congratulations!!
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