Public votes to name footbridge after the horse that restored order at the 1923 FA Cup final.

The Wembley stadium footbridge has been named in honour of the horse that helped restore order at the first FA Cup final to be played there. The £20m bridge, which will connect the new national stadium to Wembley town centre, is to be called White Horse Bridge.

When 25,000 fans spilled onto the pitch before the 1923 cup final, the intervention of Billy, ridden by PC George Scorey, calmed the crowds and allowed the game between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers to start.