‘As I push my glove through the riggin I’m feel that feelin………Sometimes a horse knows what his owner wants
He understands through his smiles and grunts.
Some owners understand their horse’s wishes
Through his neighs and nickers and tail swishes.
Sometimes a horse and man just know what each would say……
‘Cleveland Bay’.Originally developed in the Cleveland district of Yorkshire, England, the Cleveland Bay is said to be the oldest established English horse breed, and the only horse native to Britain that does not belong to the heavy horse group.Since 1977. Queen Elizabeth II has been a patron of the Society, and during the Society’s centenary year of 1984 she acted as its president. The British Cleveland Bay Horse Society also maintains a separate registry for part-bred horses
Canon 5D Mark II – EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Shooting Mode – Program AE
Shutter Speed – 1/200
Aperture Value – 2.8
ISO speed – 1250
Focal Length – 200.0mm
Newdigate Village , Dorking-UK