Local rider Danny Brabon from Shannons Flat competed in the Maiden 1 event riding Athena.
Kieran Chapman and his horse Paul, came from Canberra to participate in Adaminaby's annual camp draft.
Secretary of the Adaminaby Camp Draft Club Simone Hart found a moment to chat with her sister Bridget from Goulburn astride their steeds.
Tracey Reid riding Pothole rounded the Hereford in fine riding style.
Waiting for their event these riders found a moment to chat while astride their horses, from left Kate Day (Junee) on eclipse, Stuart Webb (Adelong) on Myandi, Alan Coleman (Brundle) on Sadie and Ben Dowton (Cooma) on Deja Vue.
Cooling off during the hot and dusty morning were Adaminaby riders Julie Bird, Megan Hayes and Jo Miners. Julie won the encouragement draft event riding her mare Esmay and Jo participated in the encouragement draft and Maiden 2 events riding Ashlyn Pearl.
Lisa West and her horse Peppy raised the dust in the ring chasing the Hereford.
It was an action-packed weekend at the Adaminaby Racecourse as the annual Adaminaby Campdraft event took place.
There were more than 700 runs over the two day event.
Competitiors came from as far as Victoria, Canberra, Goulburn, and Bega to contest six events on Saturday and five on Sunday.
There were plenty of locals in the mix too, including Ben Dowton, Elizabeth Maxwell, Michelle O'Neill, Simone Hart, Allan Guthry and Paul Miners.
Local rider Danny Brabon placed second in the Cochran Horse Trek Novice event on Sunday, riding 'Good Sort'.
Nellie Coleman from Gundagai took out the Burning It Up Open on Saturday with a total score of 173.