A horse which starred in the children's classic film Black Beauty has been awarded a special plaque dedicated to celebrating the nation's most amazing animals.
Billy, who is 29, and now lives near Llandysul in Ceredigion, was one of five stallions who played the role in the 1994 version of the film.
Now in his golden years and in retirement, owner Louise said "Welsh life suits him".
This year Billy was given a special green plaque - the animal equivalent of the blue plaques that are placed on the homes of famous people.
The film is a 1994 adaptation of Anna Sewell's novel of the same name which stars Andrew Knott, Sean Bean and David Thewlis.