Colour poster with an image of the eight-horse hitch of Clydesdale horses pulling the Potter's Distilleries Ltd. wagon at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver. The Lion's Gate Bridge is in the background of the image on the left, and Stanley Park is in the background, across the water, on the right. There are trees across the middle ground of the image, slightly parted and showing the post of the bridge on the left. There are some cars in a parking lot also seen through this part in the trees. The horses are all dark brown with some variation of white on their heads, and they have white lower legs. The hair on their lower legs is shaggy, and covers their hooves. Their manes and tales are braided and arranged in decorative plaits. They all have a large yoke around their necks, and are attached to each other by a long white bar which has chains attached to it. There is grass in the foreground of the image. The man driving the horses is wearing a white suit jacket, black pants, and a black hat. There is a Dalmatian dog seated on his left, with its paws hanging over the edge of the seat. The wagon is wooden with six barrels laying on their sides in the back, and the logo for Potter's Distillery on the side, beside the words "POTTER DISTILLERIES LTD./ LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA" in yellow/gold letters. The wheels of the wagon are white. There is a white border around the image and the words "Potter's Clydesdales" below the image in a black script font. On the right of the poster underneath the image in small black writing is "Ambleside Park, West Vancouver, B.C." The poster has some water damage and is wavy to the right of centre.