Equestrian enthusiasts from across the country flocked to Chatsworth over the weekend for the annual International Horse Trials.
Thousands of people attended the action packed three-day event to watch around 500 entrants compete.
Among the riders were Olympic medallist and dual European champion Pippa Funnell.
Action today included showjumping and cross-country action for the advanced classes as well as the Dodson and Horrell Challenge, which has a first prize of £2,500.
Sam Horrell, marketing director of Dodson and Horrell said: “We are delighted to be back at Chatsworth for a third year as title sponsor and to have the opportunity to see some of the world’s best riders compete in such a fantastic setting, the Chatsworth team have done a great job in insuring that the event is a success once again”.
Aside from sport, many special attractions were also on offer for all the family.
There was dog agility, gundog displays, falconry displays, farmyard animals and an innovative sheep show presented by New Zealander Richard Savory, alongside dozens of trade stalls selling food, crafts and clothes.