The horse show was held at the Crescendo Training Center.
All proceeds from a raffle fundraiser will benefit the Greystone Manor Therapeutic Riding Center, a non-profit organization that offers assisted activities for children and adults with special needs. The event also gives horses and performers a chance to show off their talents.
"It's great exercise, lot of great camaraderie," Terry Grogan, a competitor, said. "There are a lot of places around here including this barn that will give you lessons, let you use their lesson horse to ride these classes. It's just a lot of fun, it's well worth it."
The show featured a variety of classes and games for people of all ages.