Thousands of people turned out in Lauder today to celebrate the annual common riding. The event is one of the oldest and most religious in the Scottish Border's common riding season.
Cornet Craig Connell lead the cavalcade around the boundaries of the royal burgh, to mark out the land. He has always wanted to be the town's cornet, and struggled with his emotions on the day.
More than 300 horses and riders followed him on his duties and treated the crowds to a flat-out gallop after the traditional stopover at the Watering Stane.
The cavalcade then made their way back to Lauder where they stopped at the war memorial to remember the fallen.
They then proceeded to the High Street where they rode behind a marching band and hundreds of dancers.
Despite the bad weather, the streets were lined with people supporting the procession, and the party is sure continue well into the night.