IN PICTURES: Jethart Callant’s rideout to Redeswire

Jethart’s festival week is upon us and the riedouts are picking up pace.

Monday, 8th July 2019, 4:47 pm
The cavalcade leads town on Saturday morning.
The cavalcade leads town on Saturday morning.

Saturday’s ride to Redeswire saw almost 40 mounted supporters follow Callant Euan Munro to the Carter Bar - and our photographer Bill McBurnie was there too.

The lasses Chloe Wight, Dani Kirkman, Amy Headspath and Katie Reid outside Edgerston House.
Jethart Callant Euan Munro leads supporters in a verse and chorus of Jethart's Here.
Greg and Emma Blair and their son Ruaridh.
The lasses with Herald's mum Jen Reid and sister Julie.
Lord Purvis of Tweed gives the Redeswire address.
Herald's sister Toni Scott with her son Callum.
Brodie Irvine with Chloe Wight and his lass Amy Headspath.
Kathryn and Christine Wylie with festival treasurer Helen Moffat.
Provost Harvey Oliver, Lord Purvis of Tweed and festival convener Len Wyse at Egerston.
The cavalcade enjoys refreshments and a sing song at Egerston House.
Provost Harvey Oliver, Lord Purvis of Tweed, the callant and his henchmen.
Christine and Kathryn Wylie hand out refreshments from the community at Edgerston House.
The Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band leads the cavalcade out of town on Saturday morning.
Greg Blair and son Ruaridh with herald Rob Reid
Herald Rob Reid and Callant Euan Munro lead the cavalcade to Redesire.
Herald Rob Reid and Callant Euan Munro lead the cavalcade to Redesire.
Herald Rob Reid with Kelso Laddie Mark Henderson and left-hand man Craig Logan.
Herald Rob Reid and Callant Euan Munro lead the cavalcade to Redesire.
Callant Euan Munro gives the battle cry Jethart's Here as he gallops up Carter Bar.
Redeswire speaker Lord Purvis of Tweed with Jethart Callant Euan Munro.
Kelso Laddie Mark Henderson and left-hand man Craig Logan.
The Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band leads the cavalcade out of town on Saturday morning.
Riders at Carter Bar.
Euan Wood, Charlie Smail, Jessica and Sophie Wood at Dolphinston.
Farrier Brad Fisher was on hand at Dolphinston to put a shoe on the Callant's horse, helped by Brodie Welsh.
Isla and Tara Innis at Dolphinson.
Rhianna Clamp, Melissa Storey, Grace Storey, Gail, Ayla and Erin Anderson with Wayne and Tamzin Scott
Ava Lees and Kate Sinton earning a few bob at Dolphinston.
89-year-old Connie Robson from Jedburgh did the Redeswire rideout in 1949.
Amy Headspath and Chloe Wight.
This year's principals.
Isla Muldoon was the Callant's Lass 60 years ago in 1959, her uncle Charlie McDonald was the first Jethart Callant.
Supporters enjoy a barbecue at Dolphinston during the Redeswire rideout.
Craig, Olivia and Ava-Rose Blair from Kelso waiting at Market Square.
The Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band leads the cavalcade out of town on Saturday morning.
Herald Rob Reid and the Jedforest Instrumental Band lead the cavalcade back into town on Saturday evening.
The callant returns to town.
Frances Cromarty,11, was the youngest rider not on a lead rein at Redeswire.
Greg Blair with his son Ruaridh.
Supporters race up to Dolphinston flying saltires on Saturday.
Frances Cromarty was the youngest rider not on a lead rein at Redeswire/
Supporters race up to Dolphinston flying saltires on Saturday.
Supporters race up to Dolphinston flying saltires on Saturday.
Supporters race up to Dolphinston flying saltires on Saturday.