Guests at a Halifax pub were treated to a night of top entertainment at a hotly-contested talent show.
The Horse and Jockey’s Got Talent 2011 saw 37 entrants, ranging from singing, playing the keyboards and telling jokes.
There were also some more unusual talents, with the winner, George Lumley, successfully naming 39 songs and artists in four and a half minutes of music at a rate of one song every seven seconds.
George narrowly beat Rochelle Lock, who gave a superb performance of My Heart Will Go On from Titantic, to the winners crown.
There were also awards for Sam Bottomley, Richard Nellis and Aiden Leigh, who all performed a talent outside of their comfort zone.
Justin Appleyard, who organised the event, said: “I’d like to pay a huge thank you to everyone at the Horse and Jockey.
The Tuesday Club meet at the pub on Warley Road between 7pm and 9pm every week for karaoke. bingo and other activities.