The White Horse is outlined in chalk on a steep escarpment on the Berkshire Downs in Oxfordshire. An ancient display of iconic art, the earliest reference to the Horse dates from 1070 AD when it was mentioned in a charter belonging to nearby Abingdon Abbey.
Picture – A ground level picture of the Uffington White Horse showing it’s head as it faces Dragon’s Hill below. The complete figure can only be seen from the air or afar. A visit to the Vale of the White Horse is recommended!