The city of Salcedo, in the heart of the Ecuadorian Andes, was the scene of the largest donkey race in the world on Saturday (10).
More than fifty pony-sized representatives of the horse family, with very long ears, standing manes, and tails with end tassels, trotted through the cobbled streets of the small town - although many stopped halfway, without the slightest intention of continuing.
This was the sixth edition of the competition, which had to be suspended for the past two years because of the pandemic but returned with the best momentum in honor of the donkeys, which are . . .