GALLERY: Horse lovers saddle up for a supreme show at Peterborough

17:34 19 August 2014

Hazel Walter from Christchurch competing with Downland Elvive at equifest. Picture: Rob Morris.

Hazel Walter from Christchurch competing with Downland Elvive at equifest. Picture: Rob Morris.

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Horse lovers from across the country came to the area to enjoy what is fast becoming one of the leading shows in the equine annual calendar.

Equifest saw riders and showers from around the UK join the event at the East of England Showground in Peterborough for the four day extravaganza.

Local and national competitors took part and visitors enjoyed the spectacle along with a wide range of shopping stands and food stalls.

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