A Lake District farmer has fashioned his own special giant tribute to the Games across 10 and a half acres of cornfields in Cumbria. Graham Wadsworth, 41, has created the image of a giant horse rider leaping over a jump in honour of Team GB's equestrian team. The special design at the Lakeland Maze Farm Park at Raines Hall Farm, Sedgwick, near Kendal, was plotted using GPS. It took a day-and-a-half to do with the dad-of-one walking the 3.5 miles of its design and carving it with a lawnmower and then perfecting it with a handstrimmer. The horse and rider are leaping a real dry stone wall. The horse measures a massive 200m x 100m, and the rider 80m by 60m.