This work in progress follows supporters of the Clydesdale Heavy Horse. In 1946 over 200 Clydesdale stallions were licensed and working in England. By 1949 however, this was down to 80. Mechanised power was overtaking horse power.
The Rare Breed Survival Trust has classified the breed as 'at risk'. In addition to the leisure industry, the breed owes its survival to the recent resurgence in sustainable farming practices such as logging in environmentally sensitive areas.
An edit of this work was shown as an outdoor installation at the Area 12 Clydesdale Horse Show, in 2011 and 2012.