Tedworth Hunt Meeting Race Conditions

Entries close: Monday March 30th 12.30pm

Entry Fees: £33 per race, £23 per additional race same horse

Receiver of Entries: Point-to-Point Racing Company Ltd


1st Race 1.15 Restricted Race, 12st, 3m                                                                                                                                                         SF 18

Prize money: 1st £170, 2nd £80, 3rd £50


2nd Race 1.50 Six Year Olds & Upwards PPORA Club Members Race (Veteran & Novice Riders), 12st, 3m                                               SF 20

Prize money: 1st £170, 2nd £80, 3rd £50

Any Novice Riders in the first three past the post will score points for the Harley Racing National Novices Riders Championship; any Novice Riders of the first four horses past the post are eligible for the £1000 PPORA Novice Riders’ Final, Grafton, Edgcote, Sunday 17th May; any Novice Riders in the first four past the post will score points for the PPORA Members’ Awards

Conditions: For horses aged six years and over who are owned and ridden by current members of the PPORA; for riders who are either (i) aged 40 years or over at declaration, or (ii) who, up to and including 16th November 2019, have won not more than five races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority
(including Point-to-Points); Owners must be an eligible member of the PPORA by close of entries; Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse.

Penalties: For each win on or since 1st October 2017 in a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) to carry 7lb extra, for each win in a Ladies, Men’s or Mixed Open Point-to-Point in this period to carry 5lb extra, and for each win in a Conditions, Club or Confined Point-to-Point race to carry 3lb extra. Penalties are not cumulative



3rd Race 2.25 Four, Five & Six Year Olds Open Maiden Race, 12st, 2m 4f                                                                                                  SF 16

Prize money: 1st £170, 2nd £80, 3rd £50

Conditions: for Maidens aged four, five & six only


4th Race 3.00 J M Finn Tedworth Gold Cup Mixed Open Race (Area Classic Race), 11st 7lbs, 3m 6f                                                                      SF 20

Prize money: 1st £700, 2nd £250, 3rd £100

The winning horse will qualify for the Mixed Open Final, Cheltenham, Friday 1st May; the first two past the post will qualify for the Skinner’s Ladies Open Final, Stratford-on-Avon, Friday 29th May

THE SANDHURST AREA CLASSIC RACE; The British Horseracing Authority has modified Regulation 75 for the purposes of this race; to be run over three-and-three-quarter miles

Allowances: Riders, who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Race, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing, or the rules of any recognized Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeplechases or Arabian Racing……………………………… 5lbs

Penalties: None


5th Race 3.35 Jockey Club Open Maiden (Mares & Fillies), 11st 7lbs, 2m 4f                                                                                             SF 16

Prize money: 1st £170, 2nd £80, 3rd £50

The first three past the post will score points for the Jockey Club Mares Maiden Series

Conditions: for Maiden Mares & Fillies only


6th Race 4.10 Tedworth Conditions Race, for 8 Year Olds & Over, 12st, 3m                                                                                              SF 20

Prize money: 1st £170, 2nd £80, 3rd £50

Weights 12st

Conditions: For horses aged eight years and over, who since 1st October 2018 have not won any race under the rules of any recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point races included (Hunt Members races excepted).

Penalties: None

Mementos to winning Owner & Rider in all races

Best Turned Out of £25 in all races.


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Next season fixtures to be confirmed by September 1st






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