Here, without further ado, are some photos from the CAA group’s fabulous trip to Argentina earlier this month. The photos are by Tom and Gloria Burgess, and the captions are by Jill Ryder.

“on day 9 of our trip, hosted by Juan Gibelli, Andrew Derbyshire of the U.K. enjoyed a drive with Enrique around Capilla del Senor with his Hackney randem” – J.R.

“from left to right, Jill Ryder, Gloria Burgess, Dianne Kersting, and Elizabeth Ashbridge, standing beside an Argentine farm wagon at Capilla del Senor, owned by Juan Gibelli” – J.R.

“one of the many asadas (barbecues) we enjoyed during our 12-day trip” – J.R.

“on day 8: one of the 30 tropillas (herds of horses) we saw in the spectacular gaucho parade through the town of San Antonio de Areco; the parade is part of the annual Heritage Week (Semana de la Tradicion)” – J.R.

“Juan Gibelli driving his four from just outside San Antonio de Areco into town; the guests on the carriage are (from left to right) Bobby O’Dell, Andrew Derbyshire, Dianne Kersting, and Elizabeth Ashbridge” – J.R.

“on day 5 of our trip, at Ave Marie Estancia in Tandil (where we were staying for the night), several members of the group enjoyed an afternoon of riding and driving around the estancia” – J.R.

“freshly baked empanadas (filled with beef or ham and cheese) were served to us at Estancia Charles Viego near Carilo, owned by Eduardo Guerrero” – J.R.

“back on day 1 of our trip, a junior member of Agrupacion de Carreros y Cocheros de la Provincia de Buenos Aires drove his pony and commerical cart at the Carlos Hillner Decoud Carriage Museum in Quilmes; our hosts for the day were Marcelo & Grace Decoud” – J.R.

“a close detail of one of the commercial vehicles we saw on the first day of our trip” – J.R.

“on our second day: the young son of one of the gauchos at Estancia La Invernada in General Belgrano, owned by Guillermo & Christine Gibelli” – J.R.

“CAA member Dr. Guillermo Gibelli showing one of his home-bred Orlov / Hackney crosses” – J.R.