He was beaten by his big brother, Rune...If you've never had the chance to see a Hutton horse in person, you just don't know what you're missing. There were no fewer than eight Huttons at DKL, and I took good detailed pictures of each of them. Those will have to wait until another day, however. I don't have time for another post tonight--I've got a neighborhood barbeque to attend!
and this droolworthy Lohengrin.
Just part of the Chestnut class.
This Deputed Duke is owned and painted by Sheila Anderson Bishop.
The winner of the Chestnut class.
The Palomino class with ribbons.
Cindy Kessler's customized Nahar won the Buckskin/Dun/Grulla class.
An Eberl Shirley in the roan class.
Another roan--this one is a Sarah Rose Brioso resin.
I'm not sure which class Jennifer Scott's sabino roan Indy showed in. Still, I can't resist posting another picture of this amazing model.
While I'm at it, here are a couple good detail shots of two of Sheila's roans.
We are so fortunate to have so many talented people in Colorado. I just love both Jenn and Sheila's paintwork!
Part of the Appaloosa class.
This Stormwatch came in second.
The Buxton overos and their winnings.