Three hundred riders followed the Principle for the traditional riding of the boundaries at the Jethart Callant's Festival in Jedburgh today.
Dating back to 1947 it isn't the oldest festival in the Scottish Borders, but there's a huge amount of pride in the town's history, which is celebrated during the event.
Hundreds of horses and riders are taking part in the Jethart Callants Festival in Jedburgh today.
The annual festival is part of the Borders Common Riding and Festival season.
The Cavalcade follows the Callant - a young man from the town elected to the position - around the town's boundaries.
They stop at Ferniehirst Castle and The Capon Tree to carry out traditional customs.
People in Jedburgh are celebrating this year's Jethart Callants Festival.
The annual event mimics the riding of the boundaries to fend off unwanted visitors, and has been held in the town since 1947.