This is not a postcard but an old photograph which , if my memory serves me correctly, was found amongst a large bundle of postcards we bought in Canada many moons ago. It may provide some ‘comic relief’. The message on the reverse is as follows:-
“A famous sword and tail in action. The horse is the one we drew in the Irish Sweepstakes.
Looks to me like it is some sort of a game whereby they have to catch the horse's tail and attach it to the horse. Maybe there's a time limit? The horse looks like one of those bucking broncs(I think they use bulls nowadays) where the rider tries to stay on.
Is the bloke bending down keeping a couple of balls in the air with a racket of some kind? (Maybe it is two separate activities). The rider on the horse seems to have funny shaped legs too. Is one of the balls hitting him in the mouth. He may end up with neuralgia!!!