Thousands of people attended the 70th Halifax Agricultural Show which had a 1940s theme this year.
Chairman Simon Booth said there must have been over 10,000 visitors to Saturday’s show at Savile Park Moor with a record number of sheep entries, 285, and strong competition in the cattle and poultry sections.
He said it was good to see the horse show come back after an outbreak of Strangles in the area.
Simon said: “This was my first year as chairman and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
“The highlight for me was to see so many smiling faces and sunshine after a somewhat miserable start. It was a great day for Halifax.”
He said the 1940s theme was due to the show being stopped for four years during World War Two.