In memory of Jack Lyndon, a wonderful friend and creative collaborator for all things equine, especially carriage driving, horn sounding and tandem. This photograph shows Jack at Walnut Hill Driving Competition 1996.   The guard’s uniform Jack is wearing in the 1996 photograph can now be seen as part of the Carriage Association of America display at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky.

 On the right, a break  filled with the Lyndon grandchildren and driven by Jack Braithwaite at the memorial held for Jack  at Tralee in 2003. The break and four-in-hand are owned by Dr. G. Cormack. 


This photograph appeared in "The Social Register Observer" - Winter 1997 - Issue VI published November 1996.

The author of the article "To The Road" is Anderson Ferrell who appears in the photograph on page 50 facing Jack on the coach.

Jack riding as guard on Harry Witteveen's coach "London & Brighton Tantivy" at the Canadian Carriage Classic in 1996



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