If you have never been to the Tulsa arena, you will be amazed at the size of the facility. It takes literally hours to walk through all the barns and see everythiny. While we wandered around we saw the Bryant's four minis having a snack before the big event.
Later we saw Hal and his four-up team. Now there is no class for four-ups but in the parade lap the judges allowed Hal's team to circle the ring. Notice the attention to detail on the Roman costumes that the riders wear. Below is the Bryant four-up entry.
After the parade lap, Hal disconnected the two outer horses from the hitch and went in with a two-up chariot.
And the winner this time was:
George (Bo) Step of Stepin High Miniatures, Paris, Illinois.
No doubt I will try to see more of the chariot class. Perhaps maybe some day I too will have a chariot. Phantom (under stallions) has some training and if only I can convince my friend to build one.