Rose Carr was a well known character around the roads and lanes of East Yorkshire, earning her living as a general carrier based in Hornsea. She was born in North Frodingham, a village outside of Driffield, in 1843 but moved to Hornsea a seaside town on the East coast. Her face was paralysed on the left hand side, possibly as a result of a kick from a horse in her younger years. In this postcard the turn out is spick and span as required when entering in to the show ring. Unfortunately nothing is written on the card to identify location or date, but as she died in 1913 it has been taken before this date.