Police are investigating a fire that destroyed two horse carriers at an equestrian centre to the north of Dundee.
Firefighters attended Claverhouse Equestrian on William Fitzgerald Way in the early hours of Sunday.
Two hosereel jets were used by firefighters wearing breathing apparatus.
However, a horse box and horse lorry were both left in ruin after the blaze was quelled.
No animals or people were hurt in the incident.
The exact cause of the fire is not yet clear but police are investigating.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue said: “We were called to The Stables on William Fitzgerald Way at 1.32am.
“Firefighters used two hosereels and two sets of breathing apparatus.”