Wine & Trotters Festival

Judy Frye, of Mount Jackson, in her "Minnie Pearl" hat at the races on Saturday. Ashley Miller/Daily
Three generations of a family gathered to watch Saturday's harness races at the track in Woodstock. From left area Chelsea Wingfield and Cindy Wingfield, both of Winchester; Mabel Wetzel, of Wardensville, West Virginia; Helen Reinhart, of Winchester; Missy Jackson, of Winchester. Ashley Miller/Daily
Donnie Duncan, of Front Royal, enjoys some wine during the festival. Ashley Miller/Daily
Tracie Penman, of Boyce, listens to Allison Crandell, of Boyce, talk about the various wines from Desert Rose. Ashley Miller/Daily
Senseny Solomon, left, and Ava Solomon, 9, of Strasburg, show off their derby hats. Ashley Miller/Daily
Julie Botkin, of Fulks Run, wears her festive derby hat at the races on Saturday. Ashley Miller/Daily
Edinburg Kissy Webster, of Edinburg, Shenandoah County Fair manager Tom Eshelman and Richard Heishman, of Edinburg, greet festivalgoers. Ashley Miller/Daily
Julie Gill, of Front Royal, watches the horses through binoculars. Ashley Miller/Daily
From left, Tabatha, Leah and Galen Swift of Baker, West Virginia, enjoy family time at the races. Ashley Miller/Daily
Leah Swift, 14, of Baker, West Virginia, wears this unforgettable derby hat. Ashley Miller/Daily
From left, Milton and Yvonne Jarrles of McGaheysville and Quentin and Carolyn Cline of Swoope enjoy wine and the races at the annual Wine & Trotters Festival at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. Ashley Miller/Daily
Kim Arbogast, of Mount Jackson, enjoys wine and conversation with friends at the festival. Ashley Miller/Daily
From left, Kelsey Vendido, of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, and Cailynn, Tiffany, Mike and Conner Parker, of Cheasapeake, enjoy Cailynn's 14th birthday at Shenandoah Downs on Saturday. Ashley Miller/Daily

 

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