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  • BDS West of Scotland hosted its first indoor carriage driving event at Morris Equestrian centre where 81 entries came forward to contest a variety of classes from potential driving pony, long reining, ride and drive then carriage and cart classes to suit all drivers and abilities.

  • KEITH Dalgleish began May in winning form after starting the month with a double at Hamilton.
    The Carluke trainer saddled Glenrowan Rose to head the five-furlong stakes, and then saw Archie’s Advice land the concluding one-mile handicap. Rose collected a prize of £17,430 for owners Weldspec Glasgow.

  • ONE of the North’s most experienced amateur riders, Jamie Alexander (51), rolled back the years with the first double of his career on Allthekingshorses and Royal Chatelier in last Saturday’s well supported Fife Foxhounds point-to-point meeting at Balcormo Mains.

  • ONE young lady has hit incredible form just at the right time to scoop up as many Royal Highland Show qualifiers as possible.

  • IN THE latest of 'firsts' for the Dales pony breed, Bill Ireland’s famous home-bred mare, Kilmannan Black Pearl, was crowned Scottish-bred Horse/Pony of the Year at the Scottish Equine Breeder’s Association (SEBA) award ceremony held at Auchterarder, last week.

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