• Tom Hamilton, the 18-year-old, regained his lead for the men’s title after riding a double at the Tynedale point to point, on Sunday, at Downhills, Corbridge.

  • There is something of the Boadicea (or do I mean Laurence Olivier - aka great actor) about the flaky mare this February.

  • Following in the footsteps of Pauline Robson, Clive Storey, Peter Craggs, Kevin Anderson and the late Charlie Macmillan, Tristan Davidson, 34, became the sixth post-war Northern Area jockey to reach the magical one hundred winner mark between the flags with a double on the Victor Thompson-trained geldings, Mr Shahady and Sharivarry in last Sunday’s Dumfriesshire and Stewartry meeting at Overton Farm, Crossford.

  • SCOTLAND'S leading showjumper Scott Brash lifted the overall title of the 2013 Longines Global Champions Tour at the series finale in Doha, Qatar, last weekend (November 23).

  • A Sunday lunch, organised by Sally Coutts and friends, held at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire raised funds for Equine Grass Sickness Fund.

  • THE Northern Point-to-Point Association held their annual awards ceremony at Hexham Mart, recently, when an excellent lunch was provided before Jack Clark announced the prize winners.

  • KINROSS racing trainer Lucinda Russell sent five winners on Friday November 8.

  • despite the Scottish Borders being one of the most densely equine populated areas of Britain, it lacks an indoor competition riding venue.

  • NATIONAL HUNT jockey AP McCoy has became the first jocket to win 4,000 winners.

  • THE Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) and British Showjumping have announced Tanktastic as the winner of the 2013 British Showjumping Retraining of Racehorses/SEIB National Recognition Awards.

  • THERE WILL be an equine MOT day at Balcormo Stud, Fife on Thursday, November 14.

  • DESPITE the Scottish Borders being one of the most densely equine populated areas of Britain, it lacks an indoor competition riding venue.

  • AP McCoy is just one away from 4,000th win after victory at Chepstow today.

  • LEADING jump jockey Tony McCoy is only two winners away from becoming the first jump jockey to ride 4,000 winners following a double at Kempton yesterday.

  • SNEC hosted Scotland's second Petplan Area Dressage Festival, a direct qualifier for the final at Hartpury in April.

  • Find out more about grass sickness with tour of the Dick Vet School, organised by the Scottish Equestrian Breeders Association (SEBA).

  • THE Sport Horse Breeding (GB) (SHB(GB)) registered gelding Smirnov ridden by Philip Spivey won the newcomers championship held at HOYS.

  • THE Ayrshire branch of the British Horse Society (BHS) are holding a lunging night.

  • SCOTTISH event rider Emily Galbraith finished in 24th place at the Pau CCI4* with Timing.

  • WINNING the Sir Mark Todd 'Bridging the Gap' scholarship was Franky Reid-Warrilow.