Built in 1920 this galloper is one of few gallopers today to retain all its wooden horses and panels. Constructed by Savage of Kings Lynn it was ordered by the Tuby family of Doncaster in order to provide guaranteed work for their son and get him out of the army quicker.
Known affectionately as the Victory Horses it features furled flags on the ends of the rounding boards (around the top) and a dove of peace over the window in the paybox. All references to the allied victory in the great war and the quest for peace afterwards.
This particular ride has changed hands several times since 1920 and has spent time at Woburn House and Brean Leisure Park in Somerset. It is currently owned by a private owner who has very kindly allowed it to be displayed and operated at the museum.