James Fairclough, who finished second, accepted champagne from Carriage Association of America representative Kate Whaley after Wednesday's presentation competition.
James Fairclough, who finished second, accepted champagne from Carriage Association of America representative Kate Whaley after Wednesday's presentation competition.
James Fairclough, who finished second, accepted champagne from Carriage Association of America representative Kate Whaley after Wednesday's presentation competition.

U.S. wins carriage beauty pageant

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