The Galloway Riding for the Disabled branch held a fundraising day at Barstobrick Equestrian Centre, near Ringford, on Saturday.
The Chariots of Fire precision-driving team put on a demonstration and people were also able to try carriage driving and tackle obstacle courses themselves.
Among those attending were members of the RDA branch and people from the Loch Arthur community at Beeswing, as well as Castle Douglas High.
The day raised around £150 for the RDA branch and Chariots of Fire.
The branch has also received a cheque for £200 thanks to the kind pupils at Castle Douglas High.
Anticipation Callum Smith with Stephie White
Guests The Chariots of Fire team were VIPs at fundraising day at Barstobrick
Trot One of the carriages makes its way steadily round the course at equestrian centre
Having a go Ken O’Neil with Stephie White
Ready Sam Pope teamed up with Louise Kaiholm
Advice Driver is given instructions on direction