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The show has been at the heart of the community in the Teviot Valley for77 years.
This year was no different, as locals and visitors enjoyed a day out at Roxburgh Racecourse.
On Friday, there had been showjumping and novelty jumping classes, and the fun continued on Saturday which was a full day of celebration of all that rural life has to offer, from prize-winning produce to a pet parade, classic cars, equestrian competitions, children’s entertainment and more.
It was a great day for Marissa Crawford (10), of Roxburgh (pictured), who won first prize for her 6.4kg pumpkin.
Growing a good vegetable was all about lots of care and attention, she said.
"You need to make sure nothing happens to it. You need to give it the right amount of soil and water."
Watching out for bugs and making sure the rabbits did not eat the pumpkin was also important, she said.