THE 175th Dunster Show was celebrated in style with large crowds enjoying the fantastic competition and thrilling main area attractions.

With entries up in all three categories of sheep, cattle and horses, there were plenty of hotly contested classes.

There was even a star appearance from local favourite the 2018 Gold Cup winner Native River, which competed in the Retrained Racehorse Classes winning the Tatteralls RoR Open In Hand Show Series Qualifier.

Supreme Champion in the horse section was taken by the Riding Pony, Absolute Classic, ridden by Kirsty Lockhart, owned by Caron Scudamore.

Supreme Champion Beef exhibit was taken by A J Hart with Treverbyn Norman 22, his Simmental Bull.

Supreme Champion Dairy exhibit was taken by Zoe Cambridge with Buryhill Engineer Rumour Lula, her Jersey cow.

Supreme Champion Sheep was won by Sam White with his Texel Breeding Ewe.

As well as the competitions there was plenty to see and do with almost 200 trade stands selling everything from tractors to rum, cheese to jumpers.

The village green offered live music, Punch and Judy, archery, dodgems, Ferris wheel and community circus, along food outlets and bar.

The Heart of Horsemanship Display Team and Falconry entertained the crowds in the main ring, while the vintage tractor and car display bought a sense of nostalgia to what must be described as one of the best one day shows in the country.

With rain holding off until the end of the day, the show ended with many happy faces and wonderful memories made.

A full list of results can be found at