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Our cover this month features John Henry White a stalwart of the Trade classes, known for his immaculately turned out butcher’s cart and show stopping horse Trixies Charlie, we discover more about his passion for driving.
Paul Orchard’s wonderful photographs grace the pages of Carriage Driving, including this month’s cover, he talks to Susan Dunne about capturing the perfect picture.
Our Training and Guidance feature looks at finding the right harness and accessories for you and your driving team.
Dollar the scurry pony continues his amusing look at the current situation we find ourselves in, sharing his thoughts, with a little help with typing from Jeff Osborne.
Bob Elliott, in his regular Coaching Chatter feature takes time to revisit and recommend some of the classic carriage driving books.
In news from Australia, Gail Bain looks at the success of the Southern Highlands Carriage Club.
Liz Harcombe set herself, and fellow drivers a challenge and shares the fun had by all as they put together new combinations for a day of tandem driving. Emily Ham shares the enduring appeal of small ponies and has dates for the diary for young drivers.
We have two fascinating history features: Lester Dagge, continues his look at livery and tradition and we find out how a single carriage wheel dredged up from the murky depths of the river Rhône in France has led to a voyage of discovery.
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