Sporting thrills on the bill at country fair
Billed as the fasted growing equestrian extreme sport, horseboarding combines speed and agility in high-octane arena spectacle.
And you can watch this fastpaced activity at the Kent Game & Country Fair this weekend.
The exciting sport sees a rider on a horse tow a partner on a mountain board round a course of obstacles.
The horse rider must be in total control of their animal, in order to maintain correct speed, position and acceleration to keep the board rider stable on his board.
The board rider must be able to constantly read and interpret the speed and position of the horse in order to keep on their feet.
The show, at the Hole Park Estate in Rolvenden, runs from 10am to 6pm each day with tickets at adults £13, over 65s £12, children 15 and under £4 and under fives free. Or save money and book in advance via http://goo.gl/Vph50v
Those visiting can also see British Scurry and Trials Driving, working ferrets, falconry, dog shows, alpacas, cookery displays and trade exhibitors.
Round 6 of the National Horseboarding Championships will be at Kent Game and Country Fair at Hole Park Gardens