AGILITY, grace and style will be on show this weekend at White Park.
It's all part of the Osborn's Transport Scone Equestrian Vaulting Competition which will be held on Saturday and Sunday at the new undercover arena on 100 Guernsey Street, Scone from 9am.
Entry is free and everyone is invited to witness the gymnastic and dance spectacular on horseback.
Usually, one of the attractions on the Scone Horse Festival (SHF) calendar every May, the SHF Official Vaulting Competition was postponed due to the forecast of inclement weather and the long distances competitors have to travel to the event.
The competition is now back bigger and better than ever rain, hail, or shine, thanks to the new fantastic all-weather facility.
"Have you ever wanted to watch the magic of Equestrian Vaulting?" publicity officer Skye Bennett said.
"Then come along to see the Scone Equestrian Vaulting Team (SEVT) and cheer on our local team and welcome other national vaulting clubs visiting Scone and the Upper Hunter to compete for the weekend.
"Equestrian vaulting is one of the most spectacular of the Equestrian Sports.
"It is best described as choreographed gymnastics on a moving horse."
This event is a free spectator event with free parking and a canteen available.