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Pictured: You can barely see it.
The what horse..
A historic 213 year old hillside chalk figure carved in tribute to King George III has almost vanished.
The Osmington White Horse was created in 1808 as the monarch enjoyed visiting the nearby resort of Weymouth, Dorset.
But the 280ft by 320ft figure, that is meant to depict King George III riding his charger Adonis, has now blended into its green surroundings.
The monument, which is a local tourist attraction, requires annual spraying and other maintenance to stop weed growth and retain its colour.
However, it has emerged that the figure has not been sprayed since 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic and other factors.