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Thousands of travellers from across Europe have descended on Cumbria as the Appleby Horse Fair enters its second day today

Thousands of travellers from across Europe have descended on Cumbria as the Appleby Horse Fair enters its second day today. 

Pictures showed owners washing their horses in the waters of the River Eden, while others rode through the town’s streets in horse-drawn carts.  

A total of 30,000 visitors are expected to congregate in the small town of Appleby-in-Westmorland and neighbouring Kirkby Stephen for buy steroids online the annual four-day event.

Around 10,000 of these will be members of the gypsy, Roma and traveller community, with the 250-year-old fair billed as the largest traditional gathering of the community in Europe.

Aerial photos show hundreds of caravans and horse-drawn carriages have moved into the area, with their owners setting up camp in fields nearby.

A woman rides her horse in the River Eden, on day two of the Appleby Horse Fair, the annual gathering of gypsies and travellers

The washing of horses in the river – which runs through Appleby – is a tradition that has long characterised the historic fair 

This woman ended up taking a dip herself after riding her horse into the River Eden, which flows out into the Solway Firth 

A total of 30,000 visitors are expected to congregate in the small town of Appleby-in-Westmorland and neighbouring Kirkby Stephen for the annual four-day event

A man using a bucket to wash his horse in the River Eden today.After being washed horses are usually taken to be sold 

A woman rides through the River Eden on her white and black steed on day two of the Appleby Horse Fair today 

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