Trying to catch the Texel sheep in the judging ring.
Wednesday was the 100th Thornton-Le-Dale show and the crowds were out in force to either take part in or spectate over the 450 classes from dog shows, to show-jumping to the best pork pie.
The show is just on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and attracts thousands of visitors.
Esmay Duddin 3 from Chop Gate with a Jacob Ewe her family were showing. George Barker, three, from Kirkbymoorside leading a beef shorthorn calf around the ring in the young handlers calf class. Having a good old natter at the Thornton-Le-Dale show. Abbie Ainsley, 18, from Saltburn having a go at Axe throwing. Waiting their turn in the cattle judging ring at the 100th Thornton Le Dale show. Visitors enjoy the day at Thornton-Le-Dale show. Lucy Dougherty, eight, (left) and Rose Jewitt, seven, friends from Scarborough getting Rose's Texel X lamb ready for her showing in the young handlers class. One of the goats enjoys a quick snack while he waits his turn to be judged. Trying to catch the Texel sheep in the judging ring. Lilli (corr) Burgess from Newton on Derwent trimming her Grey faced Dartmoor Tup.