The Queen arrived on The Royal Train and was warmly welcomed on the platform by children from Castle Cary school.
Her Majesty's first visit was to Manor Farm Stables where she was met by horseracing trainer Paul Nicholls. After watching the horses on parade, The Queen greeted each one with a carrot. Her Majesty also heard about the latest research developments in equestrian sport spinal injuries and racehorse welfare from University of Bath representatives.
The next stop was to King's Bruton School, where The Queen toured the new music centre named in her honour, before officially opening the centre marking the school's 500th anniversary. After lunch, Her Majesty also named Avon and Somerset Police's newest recruit, a horse called Windsor.
The final visit of the day was to the Hauser & Wirth gallery which showcases the Somerset landscape through art and architecture. Whilst there, The Queen met students taking part in a creative session.