Castle point races 2020-4
The Castlepoint races date back to 1872 when local farmhands would race each other for bottles of rum and stray coins. Today, thoroughbreds have replaced farm hacks and the day is as much about picnicking and family as it is about horses. I deliberately shot this series of images as multiple exposures the resulting blur and movement both fitting the excitement of the race and the unique scenery. This is one of a series of five images shot on race day. To see the others just click on any of the images below.🙂 © Terry Wreford Hann
© Terry Wreford Hann
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