Riding Clubs from Orkney, Caithness, Edinburgh and Aberdeenshire all competed in individual and team competitions at the Saddle Up International Scottish Riding Club Championships at Aucklishie, Kirriemuir.
Riders from the north and north-east held their own at the Land Rover Blair Castle International Horse Trials with Aberdeen-based riders claiming the top two spots in the BE90 Scottish Championships
Riders and equine enthusiasts were out in force at the Turriff Show.
The new Hopetoun Horse Trials welcomed eventers back to its stunning venue over two days of competition.
The Highland Pony Society’s breed show returns to the impressive grounds of Strathallan Castle, near Auchterarder, this weekend, and it looks set to be a spectacular affair.
Monymusk rider Stephanie Slater had the show of a lifetime, winning not one but two championships at The Cabin Equestrian Centre’s Spring Showing Extravaganza.
A good catalogue entry of horses and ponies for this year’s Royal Northern Spring Show was decimated thanks to the weather.
Royal Highland Show organisers have increased the prize money for the Grand Prix show jumping contest at this year’s event.
It is not often you get to meet your sporting hero not once but three times in one weekend.
The Clydesdale champion West Glen New Dawn, owned by Captain James Anderson, maintained the breed's recent 100% record in the Sanderson Trophy when lifting the overall supreme title of Scotland's native horse breeds at the Royal Highland Show.
Here's a round up of the native horse breed results from the Royal Highland Show.
Gordon Group Riding for the Disabled Association (GRDA) ran the annual dressage qualifier event at its purpose-built centre at Tweeddale, near Inverurie.
Global Energy's Scotsburn Horse Trials, British Eventing's most northerly event, ran last weekend with 10 classes running from 80T to Novice.
Aberdeen Riding Club officially opened its new venue last month, alongside its landlords, The Trades Widows Fund of The Seven Incorporated Trades.
The world of equestrian showing is always enriched by the characters you meet on an agricultural show day.
Aberdeenshire riders made the 500-mile trip to Hartpury in Gloucestershire for the NAF Winter Championships.
The Forgandenny Horse Trials kicked off the Scottish eventing season.
North-east animal feed firm Harbro has launched a new competition to find the best young riders in Scotland.
Making hay while the sun shines is the name of the game at Ugie Valley Feeds.
Local riders headed to the Cabin Equestrian Centre, Inverurie, to compete at the Stirlingshire Saddle Fitters arena event.
Each month we talk to a local or visiting riding coach and instructor. This month we met Sally McCarthy, manager of Aberdeen Riding Club, who has been teaching local riders of all ages and abilities for over 20 years.
Moray-based Matilda Haley, 15, has achieved outstanding success in the dressage arena over the past 12 months with her 14-year-old, 16.2hh dressage horse, Watch Me! or Gari as he's known at home.
Sir Mark Todd, a double gold Olympian and legendary eventing icon, visited Aberdeen last month to showcase his teaching methods and equestrian expertise.
The supreme champion from a large horse and pony section at the Spring Show at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, was the well known Highland Pony stallion, Glenbanchor Gillebrighde, whose owner, John Reid, of Rothienorman, was delighted to accept his award from visiting patron of the show Princess Anne.
The top award at this year's National Stallion Show - the Prince of Wales Trophy - went to the Clydesdale yearling filly, Ord Tinkerbell, from Eric and Miranda Johnstone of Muir of Ord.
It is said that the Clydesdale Horse Society came into being as a result of a meeting called by prominent breeder John M. Martin, of Auchendennan, near Loch Lomond.
Aberdeenshire sisters, Natasha and Charley Hamilton, have enjoyed a successful 2016 in the showjumping ring with their competition ponies.
Each month we talk to a local or visiting riding coach and instructor. This month we talk to Fintray-based Jennifer Johnston-Harman
Sarah Macintosh and her Highland pony, Lochewe Magnus, pictured above, have achieved a string of successes during 2016.
Showjumpers were out in force at the two-day British Showjumping competition at the Cabin Equestrian Centre, Inverurie.
This month Annabel Sall met Sue Emery - a remedial and sports massage therapist for humans and equines. While her horse had a treatment and assessment she talked to Ms Emery about her background, career to date and the benefits of massage for our equine partners.
The threat of snow and the closure of the M74 motorway did not deter heavy-horse exhibitors and spectators from travelling to Lanark for the Clydesdale Horse Society's Winter Fair held in conjunction with the Scottish National Fatstock Club's Highland and Shetland pony show.