The RSPCA's Chief Inspector says he's disappointed by the number of warnings the charity gave to people at the Appleby Horse Fair, for "overworking" their horses.
Over the course of the event, which runs until 8 June, 274 people were given advice about the treatment of their animals, and 13 warnings were handed out.
That represents a significant increase on last year, when 148 people were given advice and ten warnings given out.
At this year's event six horses were taken away from the Fair, and two investigations are ongoing.
The charity says "it was an exceptionally hot few days", and that the heat typically means more warnings are handed out because animals are overworked.