Two Cornish guesthouse owners will have to wait at least eight weeks to find out if their appeal at the Supreme Court was successful.
Peter and Hazelmary Bull were originally made to pay damages to a gay couple they turned away from their bed and breakfast in Marazion in 2008.
The judgement of their appeal has been reserved.
A horse has drowned in water off the beach at Marazion.
The Coastguard said the animal panicked when its owner took it swimming in the sea on Tuesday afternoon.
They said the horse became alarmed and began swimming out into deep water.
The rider dismounted but could not reach the animal, despite several attempts to do so.
As part of today's visit to Cornwall, the Queen and Prince Philip were driven to Marazion and to St Michael's Mount.
The Queen then followed in the footsteps of Queen Victoria - leaving her royal mark on the famous landmark.
The owners of a bed and breakfast in Cornwall who refused to let a gay couple share a room because of their religious beliefs are turning their guesthouse into respite care centre for Christians.
Peter and Hazelmary Bull were ordered to pay £3600 in damages to Martyn Hall and his civil partner Steven Preddy after it was found they had breached equality laws.
The Christian Institute say the hoteliers have now decided to turn the B&B in Marazion into a not-for-profit organisation. Anyone staying there would be expected to abide by their beliefs.
The Christian owners of a Cornish guesthouse who refused to allow a gay couple to stay in a double-bedded room have won the right to take their case to the Supreme Court.
A court had ruled that Peter and Hazelmary Bull breached equality laws but the couple claim their policy is not related to sexual orientation but sexual practice.
Earlier this year Court of Appeal judges dismissed a challenge brought by Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who run Chymorvah House in Marazion, against a ruling they breached equality legislation when they turned away Martyn Hall and his civil partner Steven Preddy in September 2008.