Mat Jones has been a regular feature in Bendigo this year.
He and his horse-drawn Cobb and Co Carriages have been trotting through the city's streets on regular weekends and are proving as popular as ever.
The Bendigo Art Gallery's Tudors to Windsors royal portrait exhibition has given Mr Jones the chance to give people a more royal experience of Bendigo.
"There has been a massive response," he said. "Not only from locals but also overseas visitors have booked ahead from the dates on our website.
"It's Cobb and Co, who doesn't know that name?"
Mr Jones has had the Cobb and Co name for about 15 years after getting it from Ben Hall before he died.
"Ben Hall was the great grandson of the bushranger Ben Hall," Mr Jones said. "None of the Hall family wanted the Cobb and Co name so I got it.
"I'm a third-generation horseman who was unfortunately I was born 200 years too late."
Mr Jones is based out of Kilmore who plans to have more Cobb and Co presence in Bendigo.
"We have been coming to Bendigo for the last two years mainly on weekends and school holidays when we haven't had got weddings or functions elsewhere," he said.
"I am working with Australia Post and hopefully will have a re-enactment of Cobb and Co the way it was in Gold Rush."
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