The success of programmes like Dancing on Ice and Strictly shows how many of us enjoy watching such performances, but now "hoofing it" has got a new meaning because at Bolsover Castle they're gearing up for a summer of dancing horses.
It's where the sport we know today as dressage began and there's renewed interest following last year's Olympic and Paralympic triumphs. The first performance by the horses, complete with riders in traditional costumes, is tomorrow. James Webster's been for a preview.
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