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Matthew Barney with Lord Rannoch1348 viewsMatthew getting the "feel" of walking a Highland bull.
Matthew Barney with Lord Rannoch1204 viewsAuditions for Matthew Barney's "Guardian of the Veil" at the Manchester International Festival, July 2007.
Matt Ryle and Matthew Barney Looking at Aberdeen Angus Cattle256 viewsPamela on the left, and Ballet Cruz in the middle. The size of the Aberdeen Angus bull is nice --- but what a shame that he has no horns?
Matthew Barney with Lord Rannoch331 viewsMatthew Barney "testing" Lord Rannoch to see how well he moves and can be guided along. Our field looks more like the Kalahari than sunny Worcestershire.
Digby Gribble and Ian Crouch Rounding Up Ross258 viewsGetting Ross ready for his daily routine.
Ross At The Gallop247 viewsRoss having a bit of a run before letting Ian and Digby put on his head collar and nose lead. This photo shows that, yes, Ross can run when he wants to do so. He ran for about three seconds.
Ross Being Shown the Artificial Cow2635 viewsHe's not particularly interested in a large white plastic cow. Please note how he's being managed with two leads --- one to his nose ring, and one attached to his head collar. Ian Crouch is holding both.
Ross Coming Out Of The Gate213 viewsRoss leaving the field. He then trots happily over to the other cows, and it's easy to put on his head collar and attach a lead to his nose ring.
Ross of Bien Esk with Ian Crouch481 viewsRoss is being put through his paces. Ian had no difficulty in walking Ross with two lead ropes: one attached to his head collar, and one to Ross' nose ring.
Ross of Bien Esk213 viewsBeing put through his paces.
Gregorz with the AV2748 viewsGregorz had to put warm water into the AV --- "artificial vagina."
Gregorz with the AV256 viewsGregorz holding the artifical vagnina having just filled it with warm water. Ross showed no interest in the plastic cow, so there was no need for the AV.
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