With Saturday blessed with perfect weather with just enough cloud to prevent mass sunburn, over 7000 people came to The Barellan Working Clydesdales 'The Good Old Days' weekend, just on Saturday alone.
Sunday however saw events moved forward due to severe wind creating a dust storm, yet it didn't dim the enthusiasm for either participants or festival-goers.
The festival celebrated it 10th anniversary with breaking the record single day attendance and the biggest gathering of draught animal teams ever witnessed in the nation's history.
Hosted by the Barellan Working Clydesdale Committee at the Barellan showground, the Festival drew 7000 visitors from every state and territory to enjoy, learn and experience our pioneer heritage.
A highlight is seeing up to 32 working heavy horses harnessed to a wool wagon, which is one of the biggest number ever seen in public in modern times, alongside a large bullock team.
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