Five days of jumping, dressage, and driving competition drew to a close on Sunday with a win for Martin Fuchs in the Rolex Grand Prix.
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The show remains one of the most prestigious in the world, attracting top-class jumping, driving and dressage athletes and over 2,800 horses.
The Monday wrap-up of the holiday extravaganza saw the UK rider win the feature event to close the London International Horse Show.
The victory came aboard Hello Jefferson in a starting field of 37, edging Germany's Daniel Deusser and Killer Queen VDM.
Day three featured the FEI Driving World Cup, Christmas Cracker and Snowflake Stakes; John Whitaker receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
It was another jam-packed day of dressage, driving and jumping at this iconic holiday show, with large international fields.
There was something for everyone with show jumping, driving, dressage World Cup, an eventing presentation and Shetland Pony Grand National!
A roster of international stars were victorious to wrap up a successful show, including a Belgian and Australian, plus lots of local talent.
The Queen was on hand to watch her home-bred Highland mare win the championship; Von Eckerman and Deusser take feature jumping events.
The show on the grounds of Windsor Castle features top-class national show jumping and hunter competitions and international displays.