Hundreds of people have paid tribute to a nine-year-old girl who died after falling from a horse during a hunt.
Bonnie Armitage was riding with the Cotswold Hunt for their final meet of the season when the incident occurred.
Paramedics were called to a farm in Miserden, near Stroud,Gloucestershire, at about 11.25am on Saturday (April 2nd).
She was airlifted to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in Gloucester where she later died.
Tributes are being paid via social media using the phrase 'Blue for Bonnie' as blue was her favourite colour.
However some people have used Bonnie's untimely death as a platform for expressing their views against organised drag hunts.
So called online 'trolls' have commented that a nine-year-old "should not have been there" and many have attacked Bonnie's parents for taking her on a drag hunt.
The Countryside Alliance was quick to condemn the "disgusting" comments.
Bonnie's parents say she was happiest when out riding her pony.