Reports say the going is Good for this year’s battle of the hooves at Friars Haugh.
Time to think about what to wear as you take to the turf for the Duke of Buccleuch Point to Point.
Tweed on the Tweed
What could be more appropriate than local A Hume Anniversary Tweed for a day’s racing on the banks of the Tweed. Team with local William Lockie sweater in soft blue, a weather proof hat, sturdy brogues and a warming nip to keep on your hip.
Going for Gold
Warm russet tones, tattersal and soft moleskin keep out the chill and maintain a golden glow even on the cloudiest day, whilst a trust RM Williams Droughtbreaker insures against rain and gusts.
Wear a gilet over a Bladen Tweed Hacking jacket for a relaxed contemporary look that’s in keeping with the Point to Point style. Warm winter weight trousers work well with Loake brogue boots and a soft Schoffel tweed scarf, a weather proof hat, Tweed flat cap top the look.
A Hume are delighted to sponsor the A Hume Open Maiden.
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