The recurring horse painting
Tue, 13 Nov 2012 7:00p.m.
Today was a big day on the racing calendar in Christchurch, with the annual running of the New Zealand Trotting Cup.
But David Woodings is a painter concerned with horses that don't move.
It might sound a bit bizarre, but there really are horses that don't move and an artist who paints them over and over again.
There really was just one man for the job, so Campbell Live sent reporter John Sellwood to meet him.
Watch the video for the full report.
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