#1 here again. It has been another hugely busy day, made no easier by a very sore back at my end. I am back in my room and all drugged up but wanted to share a few pictures from today with all of you.
Mare and her foal waiting to be presented:
Professional logger Christine Sallé, strutting her stuff at the Congress!
The Australian vaulters from Kamilaroi Equestrian on Lakes Titan:
Notredam de Prainville on her way to the track to win yet another race:
Quick du Plessis, who won the heavy pull:
Spectacular unicorn hitch presented by David Curtis of Middleton Percherons (UK):
General haulage turnout from 1893 driven by Emma Scotney (UK) who came equal first in the trade and prestige turnouts. The horse, Willingham Randy (nicknamed Andy) became a particular favourite of mine:
Spectacular 1903 St. Giles steam fire engine, driven by the McDermott family (UK)
Wonderful 16-horse carousel:
The horses in what is called a family presentation, with only mares who are related: