Barbury's four fixtures each season cover the full range of competitive steeplechasing across the period from November to April. Whatever your fancy, there's a fixture to suit you, packed with great entertainment, a highly sociable atmosphere, plenty of shopping opportunities  and food & drink galore from our Barbury Kitchen, the licensed bar or the picnic in the back of your car!


Sunday November 26

Six races begin at noon and feature qualifiers for the Dodson & Horrell Novice Rider Series Final. Racing gets underway at noon. A new innovation this year is a free text service to provide up to date going reports.

Admission from £10

Saturday January 20

The Barbury International is the only Point-to-Point to draw together riders and horses from the UK and Ireland on a UK Point-to-Point course. Races are also open to licensed trainers provided horses have not run under Rules for 50 days and are qualified with a hunt. And the event stages the second of a series of Point-to-Point Bumpers. It's all designed to encourage the development of young horses in our sport, and promises some hot competition. 

Admission from £8 in advance

Sunday February 11 (Now rescheduled to Saturday February 24)

The Vine & Craven's first race meeting stages 7 races beginning at 1130. There's some archly competitive races to blow away the cobwebs, as well as trade stands to while away the time between races.There's a fair chance you'll bump into one of Wiltshire or Lambourn's many National Hunt trainers, so it's a good place to get a steer on what's hot for the following month's Cheltenham Festival. 

Admission from £10. 

Sunday April 8

The Tedworth concludes the Barbury racing season featuring the £750 Tedworth Gold Cup over 3 3/4 miles in a six race card that provides plenty of opportunity for shopping, children's activities and all the fun of a country fair. 

Admission from £10

Next Event


Sunday April 8th - Tedworth



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


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