Hungarian cowboys

By Mary Hollis
This item appears on page 73 of the January 2013 issue.
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Hungarian cowboys at a horse show

During a late-spring tour to Eastern Europe with Grand Circle Travel (Boston, MA; 800/221-2610) in 2011, my husband, Mike, and I visited the town of Bakodpuszta, where we were entertained by Hungarian cowboys at a horse show. We were awed by their whip-cracking performance!

MARY HOLLIS
Moline, IL

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Hungarian cowboys at a horse show

During a late-spring tour to Eastern Europe with Grand Circle Travel (Boston, MA; 800/221-2610) in 2011, my husband, Mike, and I visited the town of Bakodpuszta, where we were entertained by Hungarian cowboys at a horse show. We were awed by their whip-cracking performance!

MARY HOLLIS
Moline, IL