Which horse would you put your money on ?? !!
Any idea where we saw these two hopefuls ??
Enjoy your Sunday !!
They were in a special exhibit at the Louvre. Personally, I would't bet on either, but that's just me.
Rob-bear, me neither, even if they were real.
I think they are in the stables of the castle of Chaumont-sur-Loire. And I would go for 'Risque-tout', without putting all my money on it, of course ;). Enjoy your vacation ... wish I were there to enjoy it with you. Martine
Martine, your choice would be mine, too.
I suspect that neither of these would be a good bet :-) Diane
Diane, absolutely !!
'Risque-tout' of course; but only a virtual bet ;-)
N&A, do virtual bets only produce virtual winnings ??!!
Neither... they are both "plastered"!
Tim, well spotted !!
I saw similar horses at Montpoupon.
Walt, the very same ones !!
These aren't your horses? No, yours would be named something like "Cupcake" and "Brownie." Well, maybe "Never Stick" would be a good name for a baker's horse.
Carolyn, if I ever have two more dogs I will remember this comment when I want to name them !! Very apt !!
Dare Devil would be my choice. But, is that a sweaty sheen or high-gloss enamel?
Mitchell, high gloss plaster I think, but very realistic. There was also the realistic smell of very real horse poo created by other very real horses in the stables, adding to the illusion !!
Which ever talks to me first; I've seen "Equus" I know how this goes.
Spo, maybe I could try that when buying a lottery ticket - it's a huge prize this weekend. Just think what I could do with €100,000,000.
As my name means Lover Of Horses, I would have to bet on them both - to be fair.
Phil, I didn't know that.