HUNDREDS of competitors attended Reaseheath College's summer horse show for a weekend of competition and fun.
Held at the Nantwich college's equine unit, a day of dressage on the Saturday saw four high standard classes from preliminary to elementary level take place.
This was followed on the Sunday by a day of 56 mixed classes, including many British Horse Society qualifiers which attracted entries from surrounding counties.
The Supreme Show Championship went to Mark Cramb of Blythe Bridge, Staffordshire, riding Pat Reeves' six year-old Ardochs Harvester, who also took the Ridden Showing Championship.
Reserve Supreme Champion went to Christine Green of Willaston, Wirral, with her black Welsh cob Coldieth Midnight Monarch, winner of the Ridden Native Championship.
Reaseheath's Head of Equine Caroline Booth said: 'The show was extremely successful and we had a lot of compliments from competitors who had enjoyed the classes. I would like to thank all the sponsors, staff, students and helpers who worked together to ensure the event ran smoothly.'
Sponsors included the Grenson Motor Co Ltd, main dealers for Suzuki and Mitsubishi, Wildlife Solutions from Suddenstrike Ltd, Blue Chip Feeds, Crewe Saddlery, Stanthorn Gundogs and Farmkey.