1- 8 1s and 4s cross RH, cast in 1 place, set and ½ turn partner RH into prom hold (1s facing up and 2s down)
9-16 1s and 4s dance reels of 3 across giving RSh to corner and end with 1s on Men's side and 2s on Ladies' side
17-24 1s+4s dance LH across 1¼ times and face corner person, turn corners RH 1s+4s turn LH on sides
25-32 All dance reels of 4 on sides
33-40 4L and 1L followed by partner cast and dance down/up centre, Ladies right about turn (BtoB) to face and ¾ turn partner RH. 24(1)(3)
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
The Hawick Common-Riding is the first of the Border festivals and celebrates the ancient custom of riding the boundaries of the parish/marches and the capture of an English Flag in 1514.
The first of the Cornet's Chases takes place up a hill called the "Knipknowes"