The Cabin Equestrian Centre, Keithhall, Inverurie, held its annual showing extravaganza, attracting entries from across Scotland.
Under the eagle eye of judge Sue Knowles, young rider Anna Lawson took the working hunter pony championship on Mocha Macaroon on the back of their win in the 95cm class.
The reserve working hunter pony championship went to Ellie Beattie on Bobby Lad.
The working hunter horse classes attracted good entries, with fierce competition in the qualifying classes for Blair International Horse Trials this summer.
Daviot rider Caitlin Padfield exchanged eventing for showing, taking champion working hunter horse on George A, with Sophie Wiseman on Bonniconlan Boy as reserve.
Caitlin will also be on her way to Blair in August thanks to her win in the Dodson and Horrell/BHS Scotland Riding Club Working Hunter Series class over a 3ft 3” track.
Joining Caitlin at Blair will be Karen Thomson on Ochil Henley who earned their first place win and qualifying place in the Botanica/BHS Scotland Working Hunter Series 2019 qualifying class over a 3ft 6in track/3ft 9in spread.
Ridden and in-hand classes ran in the main indoor arena , judged by Lesley McNaughton Wells. Well known showing superstar and former North Highland College equine lecturer James Munro took the ridden championship on the statuesque chestnut Dublins Streetfighter after a win in the hunter class. Aawyah Watson stood as reserve on Birkinbrook Cello after taking the mountain and moorland ridden and open classes
The in-hand champion was youngstock class winner Linda Cheyne with the immaculate grey Glenbrae Valetta; N&E McLean took reserve in-hand with the coloured Razzle Dazzle.