Vine & Craven Meeting Saturday February 24th Going Good To Soft, Good in Places - Precautionary inspection 0900 Saturday Buy early and save money Follow us on Twitter & Facebook

Welcome to Barbury Races

Welcome to a brand new season of racing at Barbury Castle, near Wroughton in Wiltshire. Barbury Castle Estate is home to top flight equestrian sport at every level. Barbury Racecourse stages four Point-to-Point meetings each season, and of course, the estate plays host to Barbury Horse Trials in July. Truly, this is a setting where excellence can flourish across multiple equine disciplines.

The natural amphitheatre that surrounds the racecourse offers superb viewing of the entire course, easy access to the paddock and winner’s enclosure, and excellent racing ground on our chalky soil to bring out the best in any thoroughbred. From the opening Point-to-Point Owners & Riders Meeting to the Tedworth in April, this is a venue where you can enjoy breath-taking scenery, very fresh air, archly competitive racing and the only international Point-to-Point fixture in the UK. 

And with easy access via the motorway network, Barbury’s appeal as a racing venue stretches far and wide as our International fixture illustrates.

We look forward to welcoming you to this wonderful venue, and to helping you get the best from your racing.

 

Next Event

When?

Saturday February 24th - Vine & Craven

Current Going - Good To Soft, Good in Places (Friday)

 

Where?

Barbury, 3m N of Marlborough, off A346, Jn 15 M4

 

Latest News

23-02-2018 13:52:04 in General by Admin
Tomorrow's Vine & Craven fixture at Barbury is set fair to proceed with a later than advertised start time of 1230. The overnight forecast is for another frost, and the additional hour will give every opportunity for any residual frost to leave the ground. All landings and take-offs are covered, and the ground is raceable today, Friday. Daytime temperatures on Saturday will peak at 6C.  ...

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20-02-2018 15:04:52 in General by Admin
Bibury trainer Dibby Brown could run Cheltenham Festival hopeful Cousin Pete at the rearranged Vine & Craven meeting at Barbury this Saturday, writes Russell Smith. The lightly raced 10 year old was set to bypass the fixture two weeks ago when it fell prey to the weather, having fininshed a half length second to subsequent winner Sir Jack Yeats in a hunters' chase at Market Rasen five days ea...

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13-02-2018 17:48:20 in General by Admin
The 2018 Cheltenham Festival is getting closer, with the excitement among racing fans and punters almost palpable. The four day Jumps racing spectacular will kick off on Tuesday March 13th, and it's safe to say it looks like it's going to be a vntage Festival, with plenty of star horses looking to make a bit of history. Might Bite, Altior, Buveur d'Air and Apple's Jade all look likely to make the...

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12-02-2018 19:59:43 in General by Admin
The Vine & Craven meeting at barbury, abandoned this past Sunday, will now run on Saturday February 24th. Emergency vehicles were unable to reach the whole track after heavy rain, forcing the fixture to be cancelled and rescheduled. All entries stand.

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