The shaggy longhorn lowers its head and blinks ruminatively.
Its giant, slobbery nose hovers millimetres from my windscreen, the rest of the
cow’s hefty frame blocking the road. I rev the engine a few times, but this cow
is going nowhere. An extended parp on the feeble horn. Nothing.
Paddy Hopkirk never had to deal with this…
Words: Sam Philip
Photos: Joe Windsor-Williams
This feature was originally published in the February issue of Top Gear magazine