The photgraph from September 1964 taken by Graham Miller of The Hangings clearly shows the outline of head, neck, back and tail of a large horse. (in frame) Scouring of such a figure over a long period of time would almost certainly produce such a crop-marked effect and is unlikely to be coincidence, knowing as we do of the existence of the Red Horse and its location.(copyright Graham Miller 1965) The drawing shows the juxtaposition of the presumed first three horses from the ariel photographs of 1965, the 'Great Horse', the 'Foal', perhaps cut through the first figure, and the smaller eighteenth century horse.(Graham Miller)