The world’s first tweed suit designed for an incredibly dapper horse has just been unveiled at the opening of England’s Cheltenham Festival.
Commissioned by bookmaker William Hill, the three-piece suit (complete with pockets) is made entirely out of fancy Scottish Harris Tweed and took top designers 4 weeks to make.
And wrapped up in 18 meters of tweed, veteran race horse Morestead is feeling totally fabulous.
He’ll be opening the horse-racing festival alongside champion jockey Sir Tony McCoy (in a matching tweed get up, obviously).
Morestead, you look hot to trot.
See this dashing horse in action in the video below:
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