The horse racing event made a homecoming to the site three years ago after an absence of 40 years. The South Wold Hunt’s connection with the Revesby Estate dates back to at least the 1940s. Dry weather this year left the ground too firm for many riders’ liking, meaning some races saw no competitive action. Organisers, however, said the atmosphere on the day remained ‘fantastic’, helped by 40 stalls and a busy dog show. They say they are already planning for next year’s event and thinking about holding it earlier in the year when the weather may be better suited to racing.
Despite the firm conditions, there was some competitive action on the day.
A scene from one of the races.
A moment later.
The course had seven fences in all and each one had to be cleared three times.
About 1,200 people attended the event.
South Wold huntsman Adam Essom with Lisa Ranganathan and Sophie Ranganathan, three, of Butterwick.
Olivia Webb with Pippa Webb, four, and Millie Webb, seven.
Will Hammond, Rory Garner, Rachel Maxwell, and Isabelle Deague.
Neil Smith, Jacky Gray, and Chris Craft.
From left Hannah Butcher, Poppy Mansfield, 17, Kathryn Mansfield, Isobel Butcher, 14, Archie Mansfield, 11, Elsa Mansfield, seven, and Danny Mansfield.
Organisers are looking into what they can do for next year's event to ensure there is more horse racing action on the day.
From left George Denby, Annie Jaspal, Max Forman, Matt Stovin, Louise Dale and Larissa Coppack.
James Hales, of Claxby.
This was the third time the event has been held at Revesby Estate since it made a homecoming after a 40-year gap.
Volunteers put in many hours - often in challenging weather conditions - to get the site ready for the event.
A close-up of the racing.
Lindsey Phillips, Denzil Phillips, Shirley Willett and Neil Willett.
Organisers said the atmosphere on the day was 'fantastic'.