Youngsters were very much to the fore.

IN PICTURES: Young riders turn out in force for Spurs night

Marking the first official rideouts for the Braw Lad and Lass of Galashiels, as well as the Royal Burgh Standard Bearer of Selkirk, Spurs Night is always great event for the young ones, and this year proved no different.

Crowds were also out in force as Robbie Lowrie and Nicola Laing, the principals at Galashiels, met with Selkirk’s main man Craig Monks. Were you out and about? Perhaps you caught the eye of one of our photographers, Grant Kinghorn or Alwyn Johnston. Full story here

Vicky Maxwell with young Ben Maxwell, grandson of 1974 Braw Lass, Anne Maxwell (Shepherd).
Vicky Maxwell with young Ben Maxwell, grandson of 1974 Braw Lass, Anne Maxwell (Shepherd).
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Stable hands chill out waiting on the horses.
Stable hands chill out waiting on the horses.
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At the top table were (back row from left): Edith Scott, Ex-Standard Bearer Peter Scott, Elspeth Miller and Selkirk Common Riding Trust honorary provost Keith Miller. Front row: Braw Lass Nicola Laing, Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Craig Monks, Gala Souters chairman George Emond and Braw Lad Robbie Lowrie.
At the top table were (back row from left): Edith Scott, Ex-Standard Bearer Peter Scott, Elspeth Miller and Selkirk Common Riding Trust honorary provost Keith Miller. Front row: Braw Lass Nicola Laing, Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Craig Monks, Gala Souters chairman George Emond and Braw Lad Robbie Lowrie.
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Craig Monks arrives at Galafoot with his Burleymen Peter Forrest and Kieran Riddell.
Craig Monks arrives at Galafoot with his Burleymen Peter Forrest and Kieran Riddell.
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