RIDERS took part in a treasure hunt on horseback to raise cash for the Kirkwood Hospice at Dalton.
Clues were dotted across the countryside from the stables at Calder Farm, in Sands Lane, Mirfield, as far as Briestfield and Upper Denby.
More than 30 riders, some dressed as Santa Claus, took part in the Christmas fundraiser and the winners were back at the farm with clues solved after two hours.
Organiser Lynne Webster, from Lower Hopton, said she was delighted at the support the event received.
She said: "Every year we try to do something for charity and we decided this year we should raise money for Kirkwood Hospice.
"There were clues spread out across the countryside and the riders had to get everywhere on horseback and then get back to the stables.
"It worked really well and everyone seemed to have a brilliant time."
In total the stables, which house more than 50 horses, raised £513.50.
The pair who came in first were Margaret Prentice riding Willow and Julia Pashley on Katie. They won a Christmas hamper.
Louisa Riley was the senior rider who raised the most money with £53 and Natalie Wood raised the most in the juniors with £35.
"It was a big success not only did we raise money for the hospice we had a great time as well," said Lynne.
"It was quite a big area the riders covered so they did it in good time."