This is a rum photo Harry. And as Stripes had once been trained to win the Kentucky Open, maybe your fella could be trained to win next years 'Aspull Cup'. He seems to favour a right-handed course.
Comment by Veronica on 25th May 2019 at 07:07
I wonder what all the other animals think when they see the imitation zebra - they must be confused.... He's not bothered anyway! ;0))
Comment by Elizabeth on 25th May 2019 at 07:11
Lovely photo,humorous caption.
Comment by Gary on 25th May 2019 at 07:56
Fantastic! Should be pulling a beer cart.
Comment by Maureen on 25th May 2019 at 07:59
It's owner must have a good sense of humour..brilliant photo...thank you Harry.
Comment by Mick on 25th May 2019 at 08:27
I first saw a horse wearing a zebra jacket on a misty morning down Standish wood lane and I really thought it was a zebra for a while
Comment by jj on 25th May 2019 at 08:45
It was found that stripes on zebras help keep flies off them in their African environment (apparently, the stripes confuse the flies) - perhaps this theory is being applied here. I'm sure the horse will be grateful if it works!
Comment by DTease on 25th May 2019 at 12:36
He's only wearing this because his Tiger Suit is in the wash.
Comment by Veronica on 25th May 2019 at 14:26
I must see if I can find a 'zebra' striped cape - might keep the midges off- at the moment I have two bites on my head and one on my hand. They must have attacked when I was bringing the washing in!
Comment by Mick on 25th May 2019 at 16:39
I dont know about stripes keeping flies off, our Venetian blinds dont stop them
Comment by Rev Dave Long on 25th May 2019 at 20:05
Are you sure itís not been set up to act as a decoy for a lion hunter?
Comment by Philip G. on 25th May 2019 at 21:53
Oh No!, Dave, not the Shevvy Shikari.
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