Here are some of the pairs of horses from the Celle CIAT …

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Representing the United Kingdom, Elizabeth Cartwright-Hignett drove her pair to a four-wheeled Ralli Car:

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Dr. Florian Geyer, representing Austria, drove a Siamese Phaeton built c. 1910:

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Siegfried Kusel, representing Germany, drove his pair to a vehicle built c. 1900:

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Heinrich Lindemann, representing Germany, drove a Demi-mail Phaeton, built in 1893:

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Also representing Germany, Jürgen Matthies had his pair hitched to a Dog-cart, built c. 1900:

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Dutch driver Bert de Mooÿ drove an Omnibus, c. 1890:

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Hans-Jürgen Niemeyer, representing Germany, had his Friesians hitched to a Demi-mail Phaeton, c. 1890 (which, if I remember the announcer’s information correctly, was built in nearby Bremen, Germany):

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Bruno Retzlaff (Germany) drove a German Jagdwagon, or Hunting Wagon, built c. 1900:

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One of the walking sticks on display with Thomas Schlimgen’s Dos a Dos, c. 1900, has a dog’s head … and it’s sticking its tongue out:

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Heinrich Schumacher, representing the local Landgestüt Celle, drove a pair of the stud farm’s Hannoverian stallions:

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Günter Stolle, representing Germany, drove an Oppenheimer Phaeton, c. 1910. And, at the announcer’s urging and with a spectator’s help, he demonstrated how the vehicle switches easily from one to two seats:

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The final pair of the day was the one owned by Belgian harness maker Henk van der Wiel, hitched to a Sporting Break, built c. 1900:

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