A sculptor from Hertfordshire's created a temporary memorial to the eight million warhorses killed during the First World War.
Tom Hill's work has been on display at Royal Ascot and was commissioned by the World Horse Welfare charity.
Tom who is from Tewin made one hundred horseshoe hearts on sticks at all different heights for the display.
They were donated by the King's Troop Royal Artillery.
It's to remind people, how crucial the animals were when it came to carrying soldiers, weapons and supplies during the war.
Tom's spent his whole career working with horseshoes and his next project, a horse made from horseshoes, is for the Injured Jockey Fund in Newmarket.