The Cerne Abbas Giant chalk figure, near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset, England, is made by a turf-cut.
Uffington White Horse, sketched by William Plenderleath in The White Horses of the West of England (1892)
The Uffington White Horse at Uffington, Oxfordshire
The head of the horse, with sheep grazing around it.
The 18th-century Westbury White Horse near Westbury, Wiltshire
White Horse Hill (left) and Dragon Hill (right)
The Long Man of Wilmington seen from a distance
The Manger, with the White Horse at centre skyline and Dragon Hill (left)
The Litlington White Horse in the village of Litlington, East Sussex
The Manger viewed from the White Horse
Outline of a naked man cut into the grass on a hillside, the Cerne Abbas Giant near Cerne Abbas
The Giant's Stair, taken from White Horse Hill
The Cherhill White Horse near Cherhill
View from Dragon Hill road
The Kilburn White Horse near Kilburn, North Yorkshire
Lenham Cross on the North Downs
Figure of a lion cut into the hillside: the Whipsnade Zoo lion near Whipsnade
Outline of a crown cut into the hillside. Wye Crown, at Wye, Kent
An offwhite triangle cut into the hillside. Watlington White Mark
Two military badges and part of a third cut into the hillside. Two of the Fovant badges
A kiwi cut into the hillside. The Bulford Kiwi near Bulford
A white cross cut into the hillside. Whiteleaf Cross
Figure of a prancing white horse cut into the hillside with a rider. Osmington White Horse near Weymouth, Dorset
A stylised figure of a galloping white horse. Folkestone White Horse on Cheriton Hill, Folkestone
Alton Barnes White Horse
The Mormond Hill White Horse, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
The Mormond Hill White Stag, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
The Lamb Down Badge, near Codford, Wiltshire<ref name="hows2">{{cite web|url=http://www.hows.org.uk/personal/hillfigs/lamb/lambdo.htm|title=Lamb Down Military Badge|publisher=hows.org.uk|access-date=2014-09-26}}</ref>
Hackpen White Horse
The Westbury White Horse from Bratton Downs
Pendle Hill marked with the date 1612 on the 400th anniversary of the Witch Trials

The Uffington White Horse is a prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long, formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk.

- Uffington White Horse

Hill figures cut in grass are a phenomenon especially seen in England, where examples include the Cerne Abbas Giant, the Uffington White Horse, and the Long Man of Wilmington, as well as the "lost" carvings at Cambridge, Oxford and Plymouth Hoe.

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The Cerne Abbas Giant chalk figure, near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset, England, is made by a turf-cut.

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Paragliding above Westbury White Horse

Westbury White Horse

Paragliding above Westbury White Horse
An autumnal view of Westbury White Horse on the edge of Bratton Castle
Seen from White Horse Viewing Area
Viewed from near the edge of Bratton Downs before the surface treatment of 2007
The horse in 2012 less than 4 years after restoration
Westbury White Horse in 1772 (Top) and as re-cut in 1778 (Bottom) as illustrated by Plenderleath.
Flag of the Electorate of Hanover, which may have inspired Westbury White Horse soon after the Hanoverian dynasty inherited the British throne.
The horse by Eric Ravilious, 1939
Battle of Ethandun Memorial
The Edward Street mosaic.

Westbury or Bratton White Horse is a hill figure on the escarpment of Salisbury Plain, approximately 1.5 mi east of Westbury in Wiltshire, England.

Another hillside chalk figure, the Uffington White Horse, featured in King Alfred's early life.

The White Horse near Kilburn - from Kilburn Village

Kilburn White Horse

The White Horse near Kilburn - from Kilburn Village
The White Horse as viewed from the car park beneath
The View from the White Horse; the material forming the horse itself is at the bottom of the picture
The White Horse from a distance

The Kilburn White Horse,, is a hill figure cut into the hillside in the North York Moors National Park near Kilburn in North Yorkshire, England.

However, Morris Marples in his 1949 book gives Thomas Taylor the credit for being the prime mover: a native of Kilburn, he was a buyer for a London provision merchant, and he seems to have attended celebrations at Uffington White Horse in 1857, and he was inspired to give his home village a similar example.

The Folkestone White Horse

Folkestone White Horse

The Folkestone White Horse

The Folkestone White Horse is a white horse hill figure, carved into Cheriton Hill, Folkestone, Kent, South East England.

The design for the horse was drawn by a local artist, Charlie Newington, inspired by a nearby Iron Age fort in an area known as Horse Hill dating from three millennia ago and also based on the White Horse of Uffington.

First edition

Sun Horse, Moon Horse

Historical novel for children written by Rosemary Sutcliff and published in 1977.

Historical novel for children written by Rosemary Sutcliff and published in 1977.

First edition

It takes place in Bronze Age Britain, telling the tale of a chieftain's son of the Iceni who is caught up in a conflict with the neighboring Attribates, and plays an instrumental part in creating a monumental Hill figure while working to save his tribe.

This figure becomes the Uffington White Horse.