Having travelled to the CSIO1* in Valencia, Spain, just a few weeks ago, Charlotte Geddes and her horses look to be up and running ready for the Scottish circuit with an outing to a busy SNEC proving fruitful.
Another busy Morris Equestrian Centre show saw 39 horses come forward to contest the Royal Highland Show's foxhunter qualifier, with nine clears to go against the clock, when two left the arena on a zero score.
A NUMBER of Scottish dressage riders made the long trip down to Stoneleigh Park, last week, to compete at the LeMieux National Dressage Championships 2014 where there were 22 championship titles up for grabs.
NEW ZEALAND event rider Jock Paget has been suspended from national and international competitions with immediate effect after Clifton Promise - the horse that won Badminton and Burghley this year - tested positive for a banned substance after the Burghley win.
Kinneston trainer, Nick Alexander, is enjoying one of his best point-to-point seasons and increased his tally to eight with a double from Rossini's Dancer and Back On The Road on last Saturday's well supported Fife card at Balcormo Mains.
Amanda Waugh, Sutherland Riding Club's training officer, is heading south to Gloucestershire early next month to compete in the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Grassroots Championship and in so doing she becomes the first rider from Sutherland ever to do so.