Cultural event Sinterklaas and the Black Peters (Zwarte Piet) parading in central Christchurch by the Avon River at the intersection with Oxford Terrace. Frames two and three also feature a horse.
Horses and sulky's racing at Addington Raceway.
Horses and sulky's racing at a raceway.
A woman sat in the grounds of Addington Raceway with her pet dog.
Lynley Wilson with her pet lamb, Tuppence, and one of her grandfathers sheepdogs on the grounds of ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square. Lynley went on stage with the pets at the Children's...
The Dean of Christchurch, the Very Rev M. L. Underhill, with Lynley Wilson and her pet lamb Tuppence on stage at the Children's Christmas Service at ChristChurch Cathedral. In the background is Lynley...
Sharon Cole who suffers from spina bifida, on a couch with the family pet, Giles, the basset hound.
Group of adults and children outside the main building at Glenelg Health Camp during the annual open day.
Scenes of jockeys on race horses at the starting line and racing at Riccarton Racecourse.
Scenes of race horses and jockeys racing at Riccarton Racecourse.
Views of participants in and attendees at a show jumping event. Frame one is of an attendees at the event in his car with his pet dogs.
Views of participants in a show jumping event.
Scenes of jockeys on race horses at the starting line at Riccarton Racecourse.
Views of participants in a show jumping event. Frames two to four are of attendees at the event in their car with their pet dogs.
Views of a child grooming a race horse outside the stables at Riccarton Racecourse.
View from inside the stables at Riccarton Racecourse.
Views of a race horse being washed inside the stables at Riccarton Racecourse.
Views of a Thrush which has been adopted by the Short family of Menzies Street in Sumner after they found him injured in a neighbours garden. Frames two and three are of Johnathan Short with the bird...
Members of the Short family of Menzies Street in Sumner with a Thrush they adopted after they found him injured in a neighbours garden.
Views of Peter Hill and his son at their home at 49 Aymes Road in Hornby, with a newborn calf called Jenny which Peter delivered at a city abattoir.