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Here's the crowd on the hill, watching the events. Families set out blankets and bring their dogs and babies.
The horses are in temporary stalls... they arrived in trailers that are in the parking lot:
Here are some riders who have finished competing and are letting their horses rest and graze:
A detail shot of the elaborate braiding on the manes of the jumpers. It is very difficult and time consuming to braid the manes and tails of the horses for show ring competition. There are people who are especially skilled at this, and are hired just to do that on the morning of the show. The skill is highly valued, and a good braider can make big bucks.