AFTER the success of the Charity Ride in 2022 for ICU Unit at the Borders General Hospital, this years Royal Burgh Ex-Standard Bearers' Charity ride will take place on Saturday.

The event aims to raise money for the Harris Trust and 'My Name'5 Doddie Foundation'.

This year’s ride will start from Station Road, Selkirk at 10am.

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It will go over the hills on the South Common of Selkirk at Lindean Mast, where on a good day the views are spectacular.

Then, it will stop at Lilliesleaf for an hour, before heading down the side of the A7 and Hartwoodburn and back to Selkirk for 3pm.

If you would like to take part in the Charity Ride, pick up an application and sponsorship form from 48 High Street Selkirk or Register through

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Minimum sponsorship of £25 as previous years , with a Day out for Two to Kelso Races largest sponsorship raised courtesy of Coltherd Racing .

Anyone wanting a digital file of the Application form to print themselves please email Scott Tomlinson at

Any rider under the age of 16 must have their application form signed by an appropriate adult.

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Please note that this will not be a ride for novices, also no leading reins.

Selkirk Royal and Ancient Burgh Ex-Standard Bearers Association Reserve the Right to refuse any person from participating in the above event.