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Dressage https://www.MidwestHorseFair.com https://www.facebook.com/midwesthorsefair https://twitter.com/MwHorseFair

THIS is a sight I see often. waiting for the rodeo to start up. Gah, I miss Summer. <3

THIS is a sight I see often. waiting for the rodeo to start up. Gah, I miss Summer. <3

i love this horse so much!! Dozer by BobLogantraining. Dozer rolling barrel

i love this horse so much!! Dozer by BobLogantraining. Dozer rolling barrel

The official 2014 Kentucky Derby Festival poster was the product of Louisville artists and twin sisters — Jeaneen Barnhart and Doreen Barnhart DeHart, the Kentucky Derby Festival’s official poster artists for the 2014 festival. They are the first artists to have their artwork chosen four different times. The siblings also collaborated on artwork for the festival poster in 1994, 1997 and 2009.

The official 2014 Kentucky Derby Festival poster was the product of Louisville artists and twin sisters — Jeaneen Barnhart and Doreen Barnhart DeHart, the Kentucky Derby Festival’s official poster artists for the 2014 festival. They are the first artists to have their artwork chosen four different times. The siblings also collaborated on artwork for the festival poster in 1994, 1997 and 2009.

Jimmy Winkfield was the second back-to-back winning jockey of the Kentucky Derby. Winkfield raced in four consecutive Derbies, placing third, first, first and second respectively. Winkfield's back-to-back Derby wins came with His Eminence in 1901 and Alan-a-Dale in 1902. He remains the last African-American to win the Run for the Roses.  Winkfield left the US for Russia, rode for the Czar of Russia and continued his riding in England, France, Spain, Poland, Austria and Hungary.

Jimmy Winkfield was the second back-to-back winning jockey of the Kentucky Derby. Winkfield raced in four consecutive Derbies, placing third, first, first and second respectively. Winkfield's back-to-back Derby wins came with His Eminence in 1901 and Alan-a-Dale in 1902. He remains the last African-American to win the Run for the Roses. Winkfield left the US for Russia, rode for the Czar of Russia and continued his riding in England, France, Spain, Poland, Austria and Hungary.

Paso Fino horses of Puerto Rico    (who knew America super-sized horses?  Paso Fino is my style!)

Paso Fino horses of Puerto Rico (who knew America super-sized horses? Paso Fino is my style!)

i was so excited to watch the Roy Rogers show, with Dale Evans & Roy's horse Trigger - who was amazing in skill & was quite pretty!

i was so excited to watch the Roy Rogers show, with Dale Evans & Roy's horse Trigger - who was amazing in skill & was quite pretty!

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