The Vantage tour bus heading to the Horse Ranch.
One of the Magyar cowboys came out to greet the tourists.
On arrival to the ranch, a hungarian type breakfast was served.
Our breakfast consisted of juices and buttered bread with paprika.
These are not part of the breakfast, but things you could buy at the gift stand.
Whips for sale.
Cowboy on burro.
View of the hungarian Great Plains.
One musician was playing the clarinet in the arena of the horse show.
The horse parade.
Magyar cowboys before the show.
The riders taught their horses sit or lie down to provide a smaller target during a battle or protection for the rider.
Whip cracking demonstration.
The puszta five is a traditional Hungarian horseman steering five horses. However for today's show, he is steering 8 horses.
Magyar cowboy on a burro creating a comical contrast to the other cowboys on horses.
The puszta is also famous for the mature Hungarian Grey Cattle, that stands about 150 centimeters at the shoulder, and cows are about ten centimeters shorter. Weighing at about 900 kilograms, bulls make the 575-kilogram cows look small!
Old and new ways of transportation.