Saddle up and celebrate hundreds of years of history

June 2019
Daily Mail;6/7/2019, p64
FOR a unique day out this summer, plan a visit to the beautiful Borders to take part in one of 11 annual Common Ridings - among the oldest equestrian events in the world.


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