Tuesday, May. 28, 2024

The Dogs Of Rolex Kentucky

Margaret Campbell attended the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** last week for the first time, assisting a friend who was a vendor. She started to take photos of dogs who passed by the booth where she worked. “In short order I actually started talking to the owner, taking down the dog’s name and some information,” Campbell said.

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Margaret Campbell attended the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** last week for the first time, assisting a friend who was a vendor. She started to take photos of dogs who passed by the booth where she worked. “In short order I actually started talking to the owner, taking down the dog’s name and some information,” Campbell said.

“In the process I spoke to a wide variety of people I would otherwise never have had the excuse to start a conversation with. It was a very enjoyable experience to connect with complete strangers in this way, and not be lost in the crowd. The diversity of dogs was really quite varied—purebreds to mutts, working dogs to cuddle companions. I don’t think I know anyone who likes horses that doesn’t like dogs,” she said.

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Campbell was kind enough to share her gallery of canine companions with the ChronicleSee all the dogs Campbell met at Rolex…

 

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