The spirit of the Olympics was kept alive as some of the world's best para-dressage riders competed at Bishop Burton College, near Beverley, at the weekend.
Many were using the event as a warm-up for the Paralympics and were sent off to London 2012 with very warm Yorkshire wishes.
Kim Knightley, Bishop Burton's Equine Director, said: "It has been an absolute joy to have so many of these athletes using our Olympic arena as their training base.
"We will all - and I'm sure this also goes for those who came to see such top-level competition over the weekend - be watching the Paralympics with real interest.
"They were magnificent equestrians and sportspeople and we wish each and every one of them our very best wishes for Paralympic success."
In addition to the weekend's competitions, the college made two special awards. One was for the leading UK rider, which was won by Natasha Adkinson and another for leading overseas rider; which was clinched by Paralympic gold and silver medalist Lauren Barwick from Canada.