Olympia horse show stalwart Sue Rogers died on 27 February, aged 68.
Mrs Rogers, her husband Micky and their family put on the inaugural pantomime at the first Olympia in 1972 — and she had organised it every year since.
She was proprietor of Rogers Equestrian Services, which will now be run by her son March, and was assistant District Commissioner of the Enfield Chace Pony Club branch.
Mrs Rogers also showed ponies and won at most of the major shows, including Royal Windsor and the Royal International.
She is survived by her nine children and 12 grandchildren.