AN equestrian centre is gaining a reputation for excellence in the riding world.
The Wilderness Farm centre in Elland has notched up several successes in recent competitions.
And the centre, which is run by local horseman Graham Sugden, is making a name for itself in caring for and training top competition horses and riders.
The yard, which was established more than two years ago, now caters for up to 25 horses.
"Caring for and training top competition horses of all ages is a science. Each horse needs individual treatment and attention," said Mr Sugden.
"We make every effort to ensure that both horse and rider achieve peak performance at what ever level they choose to ride at."
Last week, the Examiner reported the riding success of Stainland girl Fionn McSharry, who won the final of the British Car Auctions Competition at Wood Nook arena, Honley.
Her pony, Life's High Hopes, is stabled at Wilderness Farm.
The summer show season has seen many other successes for Wilderness Farm, with dressage combination Carol O'Connor and Gio gaining 72% in their first competition.
And Mr Sugden's fiancé, Charlotte Hulme, who is also a pupil of his, has had wins and placings at Halifax, Keighley and Penistone agricultural shows.
Mr Sugden has also gained top results this season, with the most prestigious being at the Great Yorkshire Show.
Wilderness Farm is hosting a series of dressage clinics, run by top trainer and rider Clare Gordon.
The first will be on Saturday, October 18.
Anyone interested in taking part should phone Mr Sugden on 07903 419567.