Former Hartpury student Holly Hickmore returned to the college last week to see one of her equine art installations set up on campus.
The A Level graduate, who specialises in bronze sculptures, saw her first art piece at the college set up in Hartpury’s international equine arena.
Holly Willoughby, 36, agreed with her co-host: "It's going to tip you over the edge," as Phillip added that they build each other up to the point where they're laughing uncontrollably.
After last year's awards, the pair came to work on less than top form, but viewers forgave them.
It’s the place where I fell in love with art and horses.
Ever since I left I wanted to be an equine artist, so it’s nice to come back here as I start my journey as a professional.” Holly has also completed a number of dog and deer sculptures alongside her work with horses.
Her work is currently being sent away to be casted, but Holly is also in the process of building her own foundry so she can complete her artwork on site.
Holly said: “It’s slightly poetic to have worked my way back to Hartpury.