Scotland ended his two-year-old season with a record of 2:05, and was second in The Hambletonian as a three-year-old, then taken out of training until he was five. In 1930 at Syracuse, Ben White drove him in 1:59¼.
After the 1930 season Scotland was retired to stud at Oliver's Poplar Hill Farm in Kentucky. Purchased In August 1936 by Dr. Ogden Edwards of Walnut Hall, KY, he was responsible for 160 trotters (6 in 2:00, 40 in 2:05) and 114 pacers (2 in 2:00, 25 in 2:05).
Scotland died February 9, 1956 at Walnut Hall Farm.