AN UNUSUAL wedding guest will be making a reappearance at a Herefordshire event this weekend.

An inflatable horse named after Hollie Doyle's famous racehorse Trueshan, will be at Ivington Fete on Saturday July 9 .

The horse first appeared at Hollie Doyle's wedding to Tom Marquand which took place on March 21 this year.

Ted Lloyd will again be dressed as the horse and led by Courtney Stewart decked out in the colours that Hollie herself wore when she made history on Trueshan.


The fete, which takes place this Saturday will feature a new 'find the winner' game.

International flat jockey, Hollie, who rode another winner in Hamburg on Sunday, has donated a generous pot to be divided up into three big prizes.

Every one of her nearly 700 career winners to date will be placed in a draw and tickets sold to help raise funds for St. John's Church in the village, near Leominster, where Hollie was married earlier this year.

Event organisers are hoping for a big turnout at Ivingtonbury farm where the event is being held this weekend.

The fete kicks off at 2pm and will be opened by Leominster's Mayor, Trish Marsh.