LONDON — We've seen a lot of well-dressed cats and dogs, but have you ever seen a horse in a tailored suit?
Ahead of this year's Cheltenham Festival, veteran race horse Morestead wore a three-piece tweed suit complete with shirt, tie and flat cap, designed by former Alexander McQueen apprentice and celebrity stylist Emma Sandham-King.
Commissioned by William Hill and unveiled by racing legend Anthony McCoy to celebrate the horse racing festival, the outfit was created in four weeks.
Sir Anthony McCoy unveils the new equestrian fashion garment
"Creating the world's first tweed suit for a horse has been one of the biggest challenges that I have faced in my career as a designer. We have used 18 metres of genuine Harris Tweed to create the head turning fashion garment," Sandham-King said in a statement.
What's he going to keep in those pockets though.
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