Carriage Classic: Stunning Splendor

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This stunning pair of Morgans, one stallion and one gelding, was led around the reverse psychology arena at the Villa Louis Carriage Classic Friday morning by Theresa Gorecki, of Kohler. Decked out in pale yellow and black splendor, Gorecki matched her carriage. She and her aptly-dressed passenger and horses perfectly depicted the beauty and elegance of the annual Prairie du Chien event. See more photos, page 12. (Photos by Correne Martin)

Sally Armstrong, of Johnson City, Texas, drove a Mediterranean miniature donkey, Max, in his first-ever pleasure show, at Prairie du Chien's Carriage Classic.

Toni Kerkove, of New Hampton, Iowa, participated in the reverse psychology obstacles at the Carriage Classic with her adorable pony and carriage.

Erik Jenson, of Franktown, Colo., commands his four-horse team around the timed obstacles event at the Carriage Classic

Linda Schutte, of Arena (Wis.), was a competitor in the cross country pace obstacles.

This entrant's vibrantly coral attire was eye-catching and added to the allure of her horse and the competition in which they were participating along the majestic Mississippi River in Prairie du Chien.

One of the 135 entrants in the annual event is shown maneuvering the cross country pace obstacles Friday. (Photos by Correne Martin)

Katie Whaley, of Paris, Ky., drives Tommy and Teddy around the arena, with her passenger watching their next course of action.

Dave Henson, of Harriesburg, N.E., brought this black beauty to the Carriage Classic.
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