Family runs errands in old-fashioned horse and carriage

Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Edgar and Sandy Schreiner, of Jenkins, and their son, Joshua, take their team of Paso Fino Paints, Nikita and Nikki, around Cassville Wednesday to run a few errands the old-fashioned style, via horse-and-cart.

Edgar and Sandy Schreiner, of Jenkins, and their son, Joshua, take their team of Paso Fino Paints, Nikita and Nikki, around Cassville Wednesday to run a few errands the old-fashioned style, via horse-and-cart.

Edgar Schreiner takes his paint horses and carriage for a leisurely stroll around the square in Cassville Wednesday afternoon, and around town, drawing a lot of attention. Schreiner and his family were out running errands and brought the team into town just for fun. The family hosts Frontier Days on their property in Jenkins each year, which features sorghum cooking, blacksmithing, Dutch oven demonstrations, wagon rides and more. The event will be held Sept. 23 and 24 this year. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Edgar Schreiner and his son, Joshua, give their horses, Nikki and Nikita, a break to rest along Main Street after running errands around town in Cassville Wednesday. The horses seemed right at home even with vehicles whizzing by. The family said they brought their horses and carriage into town just for the fun of it to enjoy their day together. The Schreiner family hosts Frontier Days in September at their home in Jenkins. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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