COVID-19 has stopped any physical ride-outs and celebrations from taking place.Read the full story ›
Its creator noticed it was gone from the top of Waterin' Stane cairn on Christmas day and has issued a plea to get it back.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people on horseback ride the town's historic boundaries in a tradition that dates back to 13th and 14th century.Read the full story ›
Over 270 horses joined the ride out this morning for Lauder Common Riding. The Lauder Cornet is Hagen Steele.
Hundreds of people have turned out for the annual ride from Kelso to Yetholm as part of Kelso Civic Week.
The festival was started in 1937, so that Kelso could have a Common Riding similar to the other towns in the Borders.
Kelso is one of the last Common Ridings of the season. The remaining are:
- 30th July to 5th August 2017
- 1st - 6th August -Coldstream Civic Week
Thousands lined the streets of Galashiels for the annual Braw Lads Gathering. The event began in 1930 to celebrate key moments in the town's history. It's one of a string of Borders towns to celebrate over the Common Ridings season. David Houston, the Chairman of the Braw Lads Executive Council spoke to Hannah McNulty:
Thousands of people and hundreds of horses have taken to the streets of Selkirk for the town's annual common riding.Read the full story ›
It's that time of the year again when the common ridings and riding of the marches take place across the south of Scotland.
Each town across the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway has their own traditions dating back hundreds of years.
They all feature a cavalcade of horses and riders checking the boundaries of the town for potential invaders.
Hawick is the first of the season and takes place tomorrow. Lori Carnochan reports:
Students studying Horse Care at Borders College showcase their skills to prospective pupils.Read the full story ›
As the ride-out season ends across the south of Scotland, we take a look back at some of the best moments from the summer.Read the full story ›