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  1. Excuse me, ladies and gentlemen My name is Günter and I live in Osnabrück/Germany. Recently I have also become a passionate fellow reader of your wonderfully competent page on the Great Adventure, but especially on the History. For a long time I have had a great admiration for an idol of mine, the tiger coach Dave Mcmillan with his biography and photos. I was kind enough to receive this wonderful souvenir booklet from the good Harry, which I was very happy about. But unfortunately I can't contribute like all of you here something personally experienced from the Tiger Show with Master Trainer David Mcmillan and therefore I'm very attached to her lips, which have so much memories to contribute. Many thanks for that! Best regards, your fan Günter Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  2. Hello Mr. My name is Günter and I live in Osnabrück / Germany. For many years I have been researching the international carnivore dressage history and have compiled an extensive photo archive to this day. A very special story, however, is that of the master coach David Mcmillan, as he has worked his way up to a super star from the poorest conditions Unfortunately, I still have a few bland photos of his career, but now I read with them, it once Souvenir issue of his Tiger Show in Great Adventures gave. Is it possible to get a copy of this issue today, or at least post it, or maybe you know someone who photographed there at the time? Of course, I come up for any costs incurred and I would be very happy about an answer from them Greetings Günter

     

     

  3. Hello Mr. My name is Günter and I live in Osnabrück / Germany. For many years I have been researching the international carnivore dressage history and have compiled an extensive photo archive to this day. A very special story, however, is that of the master coach David Mcmillan, as he has worked his way up to a super star from the poorest conditions Unfortunately, I still have a few bland photos of his career, but now I read with them, it once Souvenir issue of his Tiger Show in Great Adventures gave. Is it possible to get a copy of this issue today, or at least post it, or maybe you know someone who photographed there at the time? Of course, I come up for any costs incurred and I would be very happy about an answer from them Greetings Günter
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