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Sport Scotland

Scotland has lots of sporting venues, from world-class stadiums such as Murrayfield and Celtic Park, to the lush greens of championship golf courses like Royal Troon and St Andrews. Our main spectator sports are the usual suspects of soccer, rugby, golf, and horseracing, along with special interest competitions such as cycle racing, marathons, show jumping, surfing and sailing regattas.

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Second April Day

22nd April 2014, Scottish Borders:

Steeped in history and voted ’Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse’ in a Sunday Times Survey, Kelso is a mecca for Border folk and well-known for its excellent hospitality and friendly atmosphere.

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23rd - 26th April 2014, Perth:

Visit Perth Racecourse and watch the finest horses and jockeys compete in a great historical location.

Langholm 7s

26th April 2014, Dumfriesshire:

Part of the Kings of the Sevens league competition.

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27th April 2014, Scottish Borders:

Part of the Kings of the Sevens league competition.

Race Meeting

2nd May 2014, East Lothian:

Just eight miles from the centre of Edinburgh and a stone’s throw from the beach, Musselburgh is one of only two courses in Scotland to hold both jump and flat racing.

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3rd May 2014, Scottish Borders:

Part of the Kings of the Sevens league competition.

Earlston 7s

4th May 2014, Scottish Borders:

Part of the Kings of the Sevens league competition.

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3rd & 4th May 2014, Glasgow:

The circus is coming to Scotstoun in May with the return of the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s - part of HSBC World Sevens Series.

Ginger Grouse Festival of Food & Drink Raceday

4th May 2014, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.

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5th May 2014, Inverness:

Scotland’s iconic Loch Ness will be the setting of a monster cycling event which will welcome 1,000 cyclists from the UK and beyond.


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