AT CALDER Farm Livery Yard, Mirfield, all 54 residents pulled together to raise money for the Horses and Ponies Protection Association.
Lynne Webster staged a Super Horse show with six classes to test both the horses' and riders' ability.
Classes included Tack and Turnout, Ridden, Points Jumping, Handy Horse/Pony, Condition and Bonny Horse/Pony.
Points from the classes were accumulated and the riders with the highest points won the title of Horse Champion and Pony Champion.
A grand total of £346 was raised for the charity, through entry fees and sponsorship from the yard owner Alan Chappelow, judge Pam Dews, Beers in a Box and Gail French.
More money was raised at the after-show barbecue from the sales of cakes made by Mrs French.
HAPPA was chosen to benefit from the money raised as the yard has its own HAPPA Horse, re-homed with new carer Karen after being rescued.
The charity rescues neglected and mistreated horses and ponies and tries to re-home those they can into loving, permanent homes.
The show was great fun as well as raising money for a good cause. If you want to help HAPPA, log on to www.happa.org.uk.
Results were as follows: Horse Champion: Louisa Riley riding Basil; Horse Reserve Champion: Angela Stocks riding Ben; Pony Champion: Jenna Pickles riding Peterl Pony Reserve Champion: Gemma Lickes riding Polly.