Monday, August 03, 2009

Getting Ready!

The entire process of getting ready for a race is quite fascinating. I can't imagine why there are so many handlers for each horse. I suppose it's because each race follows closely behind the one preceding it...usually about 30-35 minutes. Many hands make quick work!

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  1. le cheval semble assez nerveux...

    the horse seems quite nervous ...

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  2. This horse is indeed the center of attention.

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  3. Great photo! How'd you get back there where the handlers are?

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  4. They are such incredible animals. Bred and born to do one thing.

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  5. I don't think we have races around here. I'd love to go to see the horses though. THey are such beautiful creatures.

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  6. These are magnificent animals. To be almost as nice as a lap dog but bigger. I like just about everything about horses.

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  7. The preparation is amazing! You don't think about the behind the scenes stuff when you watch a race. Great post.

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  8. We don't see this often and the horse seems to feel uneasy. Very good shot.

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