160 horse riders, all dressed in a traditional Danish costume of red and white, congregated on Sunday to compete in the traditional yearly Hubertus Hunt in the Dyrehaven park, north of Copenhagen. The hunt is an 11-kilometre steeplechase with 32 obstacles. It ends with an 800-meter dash to find the winner.
Catrine Goldschmidt and her horse Mr. Rubino were first over the finish line. Goldschmidt won The Royal Highness Prince Henrik’s Honour Price, which was presented by the Danish crown princess Mary and her children. Approximately 30,000 people were in attendance.