Equestrians of all abilities danced on horseback and showed off their vaulting skills at an annual competition at Tarrone on the weekend.
The All Ability Equestrian and van Someren Equestrian Vaulting event was held at the Orford Indoor Arena, with competitors travelling from Melbourne and South Australia to compete.
Organiser Sharyn van Someren said the crowd was "treated to a spectacular event with a very high level of competition".
"A highlight of the event was the all-ability participants competing on the horse The Banjo Man with Henry Jackson taking out the athletes with disabilities class followed closely by Ashley Holmes second with only .127 of a score difference between them," she said.
"Van Someren Equestrian Vaulting team won the squad class on The Banjo Man and Lisa van Someren took out the intermediate class on Cricket."
She said Queensland judge Angie Deeks was "very impressed" with the quality of competition.