The Duchess of Cornwall has paid a visit to the home of the world famous Kentucky Derby where she met two unlikely entrants.
As part of her trip to Lousiville, Camilla was at the Churchill Downs racecourse to celebrate the work of the Brooke, a worldwide equine welfare charity of which she is president.
Whilst there she met a pair of donkeys and gave them treats after "giving them a good scratch".
The visit came on the final day of Prince Charles and Camilla's four day trip to the US.
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Charles and Camilla spent a busy first full day of their US trip visiting memorials to President Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jnr.