Mrs. Howard C. Brokaw, her skirts gathered from the Eighth Avenue sidewalk, arrives at the National Horse Show.
Cocoon coat, other Paris fashions make first New York appearance at horse show, week before Metropolitan Opera opening.
Formal phalanx of horse show officials escort ladies who present trophies to winners, keep show running in its traditional smoothness through eight days and nights, 120 classes. This year 500 horses competed a total of 2,000 times.
White fox, most popular fur at show, is worn by Polly Young with father Colonel Roger A. Young of Trotwood Farm, N.J.
TOP HAT AND TEARS: Competition is keen and Miss Gail Guest eased tension with cry when her three-gaited mare lost.