Today's photos are courtesy of Erin Corbett who attended a large live show in Groningen, Holland this past weekend. Here's a look at the big Harness class.
Log skidding with Wintersong.
I love the clogs!
A really cool produce cart.
A closer look at the wares.
Harness class winner.
The English division was next. This is a Stone stock horse--love the braids!
The eventual second place winner.
Erin's entry was the jumping class winner. Aben is a drastic custom PAM by Tiffany Purdy. His tack was made by Jennifer Kistler and Erin made the jump.
Erin's Utopia in dressage. Once again, the tack was made by Jennifer Kistler.
Another dressage entry.
I love the judge's stand!
Erin's Victrix named won the English class. Snowberry is a Victrix painted and haired by Tom Bainbridge. I made the tack.
On to Western. Erin made this lovely Western Pleasure saddle which is now owned by her friend Melanie Knuttel.
The saddle on this Zippo was made by Dutch tackmaker,
Erin's Rose Reiner, Rein or Shine, won the Western Pleasure/Reining class. Rein or Shine was painted by Mel Miller. Anne Field dressed his doll, Erin made the saddle and bridle and I made the boots.
Erin also won the Western Trail class with this entry. The model is a Sarah Rose Lone Star resin customized by Mel Miller and painted by Tracy Eilers. I absolutely covet this horse. He is so neat!
The winner of the Arabian costume class.
A neat lunging entry.
Very nice draft horse tack on a Breyer Clydesdale stallion.
When the Other Performance division was over, the winners came back for the Performance Championship. Snowberry was third,
Rein or Shine was second,
and Dusty was the Overall Champion.
Talk about having a good day--Erin's horses swept the awards! Congratulations Erin and thanks for letting me post your pictures!