West Yorkshire Police have been asking people to help name their new horse - and have released a shortlist of their favourite suggestions.
But now the public has until midnight on Sunday vote for their favourite name.
Sgt Jayne West, of West Yorkshire Police mounted section, said: “We have had a fantastic response from people getting involved with the competition to submit names for our handsome new horse.
"I am really pleased with all the names, and it's been tough to pick just a few of them.
“Any of the five names in the poll would be great for him, but we’d like to hand it back over to the public to make the final decision.”
The first name on the shortlist is... Batley.
Do horses like biscuits? Not a bad name - but let's take a look at the other suggestions.
Next up is Denby.
Huddersfield folk might pick this name as it's (presumably) inspired by Denby Dale, the home of giant record-breaking pies since 1846.
Horses might prefer pies to biscuits - what do you think?
The next name on the shortlist is Digley.
This probably comes from Digley Reservoir, another suggestion which could prove popular with Huddersfield voters.
Digley's a nice place for a walk - but not really for horses! Would you vote for Digley?
Next up: Lotherton.
This must have been inspired by Lotherton Hall, an Edwardian country estate near Leeds which no doubt was once home to dozens of mighty steeds - perhaps it's a fitting name for a hard working police horse!
And last but not least, Stanley!
More than likely this is inspired by the village of Stanley in Wakefield, known for its sporting links from Stanley Falcons cricket team to Stanley Rangers ARLCFC. It's also home to Stanley Marsh nature reserve, situated on the site of a former colliery - an environment which has close connections to equine breeds. Will it be Stanley?