The Cherhill White Horse is a hill figure on Cherhill Down, 3.5 miles east of Calne in Wiltshire, England.Dating from the late 18th century, it is the third oldest of several such white horses in Great Britain, with only the Uffington White Horse and the Westbury White Horse being older.
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One writer on the subject has commented "..hillside white horse can be a slippery creature, and the origins of some are impossible to establish with any certainty." The figure at Cherhill was first cut in 1780 by a Dr Christopher Alsop, of Calne, and was created by stripping away the turf to expose the chalk hillside beneath.
Its original size was 165 feet (50 m) by 220 feet (67 m).
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