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Turnout Review #3 with John Greenall
Special - Dutch Showdriving Turnout

In this feature, John Greenall, ADS Registered Pleasure Judge, reviews photos submitted by our readers and offers tips for making a great impression in the show ring.

Dear Mr Greenall,

At first my compliments to the complete Website of Carriage Driving.
In the Netherlands we do also on showdriving. I've put some pictures of our turnouts with this letter.

Some information about the carriages:
The Siamese Phaeton was built by Gloy Kopenhagen Danmark. The picture is taken in 1990.

The Stanhope Phaeton was built in France by an unknown builder. The picture is taken in 1992.

The Landau was built by Van der Meulen Amsterdam the Netherlands. The picture is taken in 1994.

The Napoleon or Spider Phaeton was built by Veth Arnhem the Netherlands the picture was taken in 1996.

The Dune hunting duc was built in 1870 by van Eck Amsterdam the Netherlands, this carriage was special built to inspect the properties of the Borski Family and hunt in the dunes nearby Bloemendaal. The picture was taken in 1998.

The Curricle was built in France by an unknown builder. The picture was taken in 2000.

All these turnouts are one or two times a year on the road.
My brother who is the proud owner of these carriages would like that you give your Judgement about these turnouts.

Kindly regards,
Ton Wempe



Photo 1 - The Siamese Phaeton, built by Gloy Kopenhagen Danmark. The picture is taken in 1990.

J.G. - Beautiful!!



Photo 2 - The Stanhope Phaeton, built in France by an unknown builder. The picture is taken in 1992.

J.G. - The apron could have a little trim, maybe gray, as the turn out is very dark.



Photo 2 - The Landau, built by Van der Meulen Amsterdam the Netherlands. The picture is taken in 1994.

J.G. - Just beautiful!!



Photo 2 - The Napoleon or Spider Phaeton, was built by Veth Arnhem the Netherlands the picture was taken in 1996.



Photo 2 - The Dune hunting duc, built in 1870 by van Eck Amsterdam the Netherlands, this carriage was special built to inspect the properties of the Borski Family and hunt in the dunes nearby Bloemendaal. The picture was taken in 1998.

J.G. - The whip is for a 4 in hand thong is too long for the turnout. The passengers should have an lap robe over their legs, and the hames on the harness would look better if they were bright metal.



Photo 2 -The Curricle, built in France by an unknown builder. The picture was taken in 2000.

J.G. - All of these turnouts are beautiful!!!


See other Turnout Reviews

Turnout Review 1

Turnout Review 2

Turnout Review 4

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