One week every year, the tiny town of Appleby in Cumbria host the largest gathering of Gipsies and Travellers in Western Europe. 10.000 members of the travelling community pour into the Eden Valley to drink, gamble, meet friends, find new love and occasionally to trade horses.Increasingly, horses are being brought to the Fair for leisure rather than for trade and the vast majority are there as part of a traditional family holiday. Hundreds of horses are seen over the three days being driven and ridden around the town, washed in the river and exercised to show them off.