Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
I love this. The big horses are the best. So overwhelming! Thanks for letting me be there. Love, Mom
My buddy in Missouri had a Clydesdale which he bought from Grant's Farm in St. Louis (i.e., Budweiser) because the horse (Garth) was too small to pull the beer wagon.I'm 6'1" and could just see over Garth's shoulders. Those animals are simply magnificent!
These animals are just stunning! I loved watching and reading your post.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
How would one pick out the BEST.....they are all simply wonderful to watch, and see. Thank you for the video...was like I was sitting right there . I wonder which ones won ....all were splendid. Thanks...blessings, Merri
Thanks, Mom, I've been working for a couple of years to find the best place to get a sense of what the show is like with the camera. Guess I found the right corner. lol. Love you!Rev. Paul, they are indeed amazing! We had a pair of big Belgians back in the day and nobody but me could put their halters on if they didn't want them on. They were good about lowering their head for me. lolLinda, thank you. I am getting too old and lazy for the fair but I can't miss the draft show. lolMerri, the Clydesdales came in first, the Belgians second, and the Percherons third. We were pleased because that is pretty much how we all placed them. It takes great effort and a lot of money to bring teams like these to the show, so I am grateful to get to see them.
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