They Dressed Up A Racehorse In A Tweed Suit, And He’s Hilariously Dapper.
This week marks the beginning of the Cheltenham Festival in the UK, an annual hunting and racing meet. However, there's a far more adorable occasion to celebrate as well: The arrival of the world's first tweed suit for a horse.
The lucky horse that got to wear this dapper ensemble is named Morestead, a veteran racing horse with plenty of style and panache. Constructed from 18 meters and designed by former McQueen apprentice Emma Sandham-King, this outfit will certainly be the envy of all the other guys at the stable. See how they did it below.
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