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Implications Regarding The Removal Of Clydesdales From The Parks
By Chris Posted in Featured on October 7, 2009 0 Comments 1 min read
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As you may or may not have heard, the Clydesdales will no longer be featured in the Busch parks. This was confirmed by BEC chief Jim Atchison in an interview with Robert Niles of Theme Park Insider. As you also may or may not know, the horses here at BGW don’t live in the stables in Heatherdowns. There is a rather large plot of land beside Festa Italia the horses use as their home.
Take a look at this map:

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As you can see, the area beside Festa Italia (the red circle) is almost as big as the area believed to be the plot that will be used to create Spain (the blue circle).
The question is, what will this empty land be used for? I’ve come up with a few scenarios for the use of that land.
1.) The land could be left empty. 2.) The land could be used as another expansion and a third Rhine River crossing could be added. 3.) The land could be used as a new location for the Summer Concert Series and relatively cheap structures could be built and custom fitted for Howl-O-Scream events.
It could obviously be a mixture of any of these scenarios, or none of them.
What do you think will happen to this plot of land? Discuss it in our forums.

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