Riders and equine enthusiasts were out in force at the Turriff Show.
Leading the charge to take home the overall in-hand championship was Susan Williamson, with Chiddock Shooting Times, from the Eskside Pony Stud at Justinhaugh, near Forfar.
The pair took the title after leading the Hunter Pony Breeding section.
The reserve in-hand champion was the small breeds mountain and moorland ponies section winner – Goldenwood Madonna from Lynneann Cameron of Inchgray Farmhouse, Fettercairn.
Meanwhile, the overall ridden championship was won by Melanie Riley on Lammerside Mr Darcy.
The combination, which reigned supreme in the coloured horses and ponies section, is from South Silverford Croft, Longmanhill, Banff.
Reserve overall ridden was Donna Evans, of Cottown Equestrian, Gight, Methlick, Ellon, on Crossowen Jay. They were working hunter champion.
Other prizes included first in the horse young handlers section to Caithness youngster Rowan Lee with Thistledown On Every Street.
The overall champion and reserve titles in the donkey section went to Lorraine Rae of Dukesfield Manor, Bamburgh, Northumberland.
She took the championship with Arranbrook Fancipants, and reserve with SP Miss Daisy Bouquet.
In the goat section, the overall championship went to Kaverquil Anais from Katy Whitby- Last from West Braehead, Cairnie, Huntly.
Reserve was Willowriver Schwartz from Fiona Smith, Broomhill Farm, Kinnernie, Dunecht.