The knight on horseback is identified as Wadard, who is a man of importance and holding land in England under Bishop Odo. Wadard had been charged with the general supervision of the army and it was his duty to arrange for the assembling of supplies. A packhorse appears in this scene. The packhorse carried their loads in panniers on either side of their saddles and could weigh up to 240 pounds. Like Vital and Turold, Wadard has a very prominent place in the tapestry, which might suggest that these three men had a part to play in the making of the tapestry. Two men   are shown preparing food for the feast and widespread pillaging is taking place.