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According to the Masters of Foxhounds Association, the present Braes of Derwent Hunt dates from 1854.
38 seconds, followed by fellow Braes Pony Club member Anneli Larsson who slashed the time by 16 seconds on Lord Lennie.
Braes Group, tel:020 7603 1515, the newly formed natural food ingredients group, have announced the acquisition of Britannia Natural Products Ltd, tel:0135 927 1461.
Conveniently located half way between Edinburgh and Glasgow, The Braes is home to 73 three, four and five-bedroom properties.
Hermes GPE LLP declared that through its Hermes GPE Infrastructure Fund it has inked an agreement for the buyout of a 50% interest in the Braes O' Doune onshore wind farm, in Stirlingshire, Scotland, from Centrica plc (Centrica) for a purchase consideration of GBP59m ($89.
Braes of Derwent pony club tetrathlon and hunter trial ( hunter trial results: 10 years and under: 1, Shannon Bates, Beauty; 2, Sophie Luke, Solo; 3, Sophie Luke, Buster; 4, Hannah Carr, Mr Mick; 5, Louise Elliott, Becky; 6, Andrew Winn, Arklow Spencer.
Lanchester, County Durham, see the beginning of the Braes of Derwent hunt, which stretches across County Durham and Northumberland.
THE recent death of former jockey Bert Morrow evoked memories in old-timers of Galloway Braes, his regular mount who lit up the National Hunt scene in the 1950s.
to develop a group of companies - the Braes Group, operating within the food sector.
AIB and ING approached SSSI to develop a security program and provide security management, armed security, and armored cash in transit due to the reputation and level of expertise in protecting vulnerable targets against terrorist and security threats in high risk markets such as Afghanistan," stated Bruce Braes, SSSI Managing Director.
80 Braes of Enzie, Buckie, pounds 53 North Redhill, pounds 51 Kettleburn, pounds 50.
IT MAY seem extravagant to describe Galloway Braes as the greatest steeplechaser of the 1950s, but that distinction meant less then than in any other decade of the 20th century.