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Coughton. Coughton Court, hunt meet

Horses and hounds outside Coughton Court. 1920s

Country Lane.

Horse drawn caravan with pony and trap, horse riders and a dog on a country lane. 1900s

Cubbington. "Stocks" for controlling horses

"Stocks" for controlling restless horses at the forge, Cubbington. 1900

Cubbington. Hill Farm

Hill Farm, Cubbington. Man and dog with horse drawn milk cart outside farm building. Two women looking over wall. 1904

Dunchurch. Buccleuch Estate, ploughing

The Duke of Buccleuch's Estate, Dunchurch. Toft farm. James Russell's ploughing team led by German Prisoner of War. Ploughing out grassland. 1942

Dunchurch. Mr. A. Sleath

Mr. Al Sleath, waggoner, at Toft Farm, part of the estate belonging to the Duke of Buccleuch. 1942

Dunchurch. Smithy

The smithy, thatched and timbered cottages, horse and cart and agricultural hay rake, Dunchurch. 1920s

Dunchurch. Buccleuch Estate, tractor

Duke of Buccleugh Estate, Dunchurch. Refuelling tractor. Part of war effort. Horse and cart. Two labourers. 1942

Francis Evelyn, Countess of Warwick

Frances Evelyn, the Countess of Warwick (also known as 'Daisy') with her horse, during the 1920s. Photograph taken at Easton Lodge, Little Easton, Essex. Please note that this item does not appear ...

Francis Evelyn, Countess of Warwick

Frances Evelyn, the Countess of Warwick (also known as 'Daisy') with her ponies, at her second home, Easton Lodge, Little Easton, Essex during the 1920s.

George Tuberville, The Noble Art of Venerie or Hunting, 1611 - title page.

The care of hunting dogs in Shakespeare's time. Turberville’s handbook was popular in Queen Elizabeth’s time and was reprinted after James I succeeded her on the English throne. The care ...

Great Alne. Donkey and cart with children

A "Great Alne Idyll". Two children in a small cart being pulled by a donkey and led by an older boy. 1900s

Hampton Lucy. Horse and cart in floods in Charlecote Road

Horse and cart wading through flood water in Charlecote Road, Hampton Lucy. 1930s

Hatton. Asylum, haymaking at the farm

Haymaking on Asylum Farm, Hatton. 1900s


Frederick William Newton Whitehead (1853-1938) Hayfield, 1918 Oil on canvas 200mm x 250mm A harvest scene set in a landscape. There is a heavily laden, horse-drawn cart in the middle distance. Figures ...

Heathcote. Harvesting

Horse drawn harvester at work on a farm at Heathcote, Leamington Spa. 1937

Horse Bit

This horse bit is formed by two pieces of iron that are linked together by a ring. The horse bit went into the horse's mouth and the reins were attached to the loops at each end.

Horse Bit

This is an old fashioned horse bit made of iron. It has a chain attached.