One of the principals in the Galashiels Common Ridings is recovering from falling off his horse.
Fraser Anderson, who was the 2014 Melrosian, cracked several ribs and sustained bumps and bruises when he fell off during a 4-hour ride out near Cauldshiels Loch.
The accident delayed the start of the Braw Lads Ride out while an air ambulance was called out, due to the inaccessibility of the area and concern for his condition.
His father Ian thanked everyone who helped on Fraser's Facebook page.
"Fraser has a few cracked ribs and plenty of aches but otherwise okay. Thanks again to everyone."
But thousands of people still packed the streets of Galashiels to cheer on Braw Lad Cameron Pate and Braw Lass Abbie Frankland.
Crowds turned out in the sunshine in Galashiels, for the latest event in the annual Common Ridings season.Read the full story ›
Crowds turned out in the sunshine in Galashiels, for the latest event in the annual Common Ridings season.
The celebrations mark the culmination of the week long Braw Lads Gathering.
The Gathering has been an annual event in the town since 1930.
Common Riding season is in full swing in the Scottish Borders.
Last night it was the turn of Melrose.
The ride-out took place in and around the town, and Jenny Longden was there:
Melrosian Donald Crawford says the role is a childhood dream come true.
He led a two hundred strong cavalcade round Melrose on Monday evening.
He follows in his father's footsteps, Michael Crawford, who was Melrosian in 1984.
The Scottish Borders town of Melrose has been celebrating the annual ride out as part of its summer festival.
It's the highlight of a week of events in the town, in which the Melrosian leads a cavalcade around the town and its boundaries.
More than 200 horses and riders took part.
Thousands of people turned out in Lockerbie for the annual Riding of the Marches and Gala Day.
Around 130 horses and riders took part in the festivities, and below is a video montage of some of the highlights:
Thousands of people from Lockerbie have turned out for the annual Riding of the Marches and Gala.
The elected Cornet, his Lass and the Standard Bearer lead a cavalcade of around 130 horses and riders around the boundaries of the town.
Historically, the principals and their followers would check the boundaries for intruders, and chase them off if any were found.
This year marks the biggest turnout for many years, with the sunny weather making a difference.
The annual tradition is a highlight for the town, who turn out in their thousands to cheer on the horses and riders.
After the cavalcade return to the town centre, the Gala day begins, with a special parade for this year's Gala Queen.
Hundreds of people turned out today, as Selkirk celebrated the Common Riding.
It's a festival steeped in history, as Jenny Longden reports: