Sheep, cows and horses descended on Bucks for the 150th anniversary of one of the most popular agricultural shows in the country.

Thousands of people also flocked to the north of the county on Thursday for the Bucks County Show, which saw the return of The Household Cavalry this year to perform a spectacular display of military equine skills.

The show, which was held at Weedon Park, once again featured 60 cattle classes and more than 30 sheep classes, where some of the best livestock in the country could be seen and around eighty equine classes including qualifiers for the Horse of the Year Show and the Royal International Horse Show.

The Home and Garden marquee was also filled with entries from people demonstrating their skills in cooking, wine making, photography, flower arranging, handicrafts and flower and vegetable growing.

Scroll through our gallery of pictures taken on the day above.