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AGM 2022, September 3rd and 4th, 2022

Dear Asil Club members,

we would like to invite you all to our Annual General Meeting this year. We will meet on

Saturday, September 3, 2022, starting at 1:30 p.m.

At the riding facility Herrnsheimer Mühle, Markt Herrnsheim 160,

97348 Willanzheim, Germany

The Herrnsheimer Mühle, built in 1803, is situated in a charming secluded location with a park-like ornamental garden with a natural stream. The mill is a historical monument - a fairytale mill farmstead in the middle of Franconia's wine paradise.

Despite the quiet, sunny location in the middle of so-called Franconian Tuscany, there is an excellent connection via the freeways A7 and A3 – Würzburg is about 30 km away, Nuremberg about 80 km, and Frankfurt a. M. can be reached in about 90 minutes by car.

Our hostess Mrs. Barbara Stimpfig trains horses according to the classical riding doctrine under the eyes of Mr. Eberhard Weiss, who teaches regularly at the facility. Beside Lippizaners also Asil Arabians are trained there. Guest horses (stallions, mares or geldings) are welcome. Boxes or paddocks are available. We would like to encourage Asil Arabian studs from the surrounding area to present their breeding and to participate with 1-2 horses (depending on the number of studs/breeders/owners participating) ridden or in hand. The aim is to show the variety and versatility of the Asil Arabian horse. Presentation in hand, under saddle and also running free (natural ground only) are possible. Riders of all ages from different disciplines are welcome. Possibly we may set up a small quadrille, if necessary also some school jumps can be seen. Both are without guarantee. If you are interested, please contact Silvia Naumann, sn@eurobject.de.

E. Weiss lehrt auf der Anlage Herrnsheimer Mühle. Foto: www.slawik.com, Source: facebook/Herrnsheimer Mühle
Riding master, von-Neindorff student and book author Eberhard Weiss, is regularly at the facility for lessons and clinics. In the afternoon, he will speak on the subject of classical training for fine, sensitive horses from his wealth of experience and will also address the problem of the saddles.

From approx. 6:30 p.m. a cosy get-together is planned. We will be able to sit together with Lower Franconian specialties, exchange experiences and ideas for the future development of our activities.

On Sunday there will be a commented morning work on the riding facility and afterwards the opportunity to visit the oriental department of the Knauf Museum.


As always, you will receive the exact schedule and registration forms in the newsletter, but you will also find them here below shortly:




Maps/How to get there: Map 1, Map 2

We are looking forward to your active participation!

The Board