Wales and Border Harness Racing took place in the Amman Valley recently.

The all-weather Tairgwaith track was fast-paced and competitive on a cold, but bright day.

Trainer Lee Price steered Greenhill Lucky to victory in the Novice race, with Stateside Icon in second place and GG Rogue in third.

This marked another successful outing for Greenhill Lucky; a streak which has solidified the horse's strong reputation within the racing community.

The second race, the Open, combined Grade A and B horses in a traditional format.

The much-admired Zulu Warrior, hailing from Newcastle Emlyn's Tromans stable, raced to her third consecutive victory under Mathew Tromans' command.

Victoria Penlan, guided by Pontypridd's Perry Thomas, claimed the second spot and the third position went to Beg for Mercy, rounding off a rewarding day for the Tromans stable.

In the Baby Novice category, the honours were neatly split between two divisions.

The first race saw Ithon Queen claim victory and the second was led by Sally M.

Both winners hailed from the Davies family and connections from Orleton earning a double-win.

The ever-progressive Sam Reynolds guided his own Ithon Queen to the first place, beating Easy Connection and Brywins Saturn.

Meanwhile, the second division was won by Sally M, prompting her and owner Katie Davies to qualify for the Novice section next week.

The impressive Begwyns Trust and the powerful Ladyford Buddy secured the following positions.

The day culminated with the Nursery race, the platform for rising stars in the sport.

Lockitdownlou, a home-bred horse belonging to Evenjobb's Oliver (OJ) Jones, demonstrated his readiness for the next step in his racing development.

Close on his heels was Living the Dream while newcomer Wonderland secured the third place.

The racing community is anticipating the upcoming grass track event at the Mid-Wales course in Llangunllo.

The Knighton committee-run track is expected to challenge both the drivers' skills and their horses' adaptability.

With the meeting set to start at 1.30pm on June 15, Llangunllo promises to showcase an exciting range of local talent and competitive horse racing.