David Sanders photo essay "A Day At Vincennes"

07:39 PM 20 Jan 2014 NZDT
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We could not believe it either, no reins, no hands, and 12 horses all in unison – and they jumped hurdles too. It was all part of the track's extra entertainment on Prix Cornulier day.
Photo by David Sanders
Horse transportation, French style.
Photo by David Sanders
The inside décor under the grandstand at Vincennes
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Patrons at Vincennes for the Prix de Cornulier enjoy one of the public eateries on course.
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Fine French cuisine in Le Sulky restaurant at Vincennes
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Studying the field from Le Sulky restaurant at Vincennes
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Making a little wager in Le Sulky restaurant at Vincennes.
Photo by David Sanders
The spectacular view from Le Sulky restaurant
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A railbirds side view of the live racing at Vincennes
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Famous harness racing faces greet visitors under the Vincennes grandstand.
Photo by David Sanders
The covered stands also give a fine view of the racing
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After its all over the stands empty out after the last race in Vincennes.
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David Sanders, who reports on racing in Europe for Harnesslink.com, is at Vincennes outside of Paris, France all this week covering the Prix D'Amerique. He will be sending in both stories and photo essays. Here is his first report, a photo essay of "A Day At Vinncenes."

by David Sanders for Harnesslink.com 

 

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