Brothers Calvin Ditlefsen, left, and Shaun Ditlefsen of Toronto and Connecticut modeled clothes by Horze Tuesday as a sparse crowd including exhibitors Tim and Marcia Spencer of Georgetown watched. Vendors have been disappointed at the number of visitors to the event at Lexington Center.
Brothers Calvin Ditlefsen, left, and Shaun Ditlefsen of Toronto and Connecticut modeled clothes by Horze Tuesday as a sparse crowd including exhibitors Tim and Marcia Spencer of Georgetown watched. Vendors have been disappointed at the number of visitors to the event at Lexington Center. Angela Baldridge
Brothers Calvin Ditlefsen, left, and Shaun Ditlefsen of Toronto and Connecticut modeled clothes by Horze Tuesday as a sparse crowd including exhibitors Tim and Marcia Spencer of Georgetown watched. Vendors have been disappointed at the number of visitors to the event at Lexington Center. Angela Baldridge

Downtown equestrian festival vendors complain about lack of crowds

September 29, 2010 12:00 AM

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