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A form of jousting is gaining increasing popularity in Scotland, since the first 'tilting' club was set up in the Scottish Borders.
Tilting is a safer version of jousting, where riders aim for a tiny ring, rather than a person.
This weekend, the Scottish team is taking on riders from the US state of Maryland - where jousting is the official state sport.
Among the activities in the grounds of Traquair House this weekend were demonstrations of how people lived in the dark ages, a e-enactment of James IV’s visit to Traquair and a royal pageant featuring horses and falconry.
Watch some of the scenes from the weekend below: