The Barbury International Point-to-Point is one of four racing events at Barbury Racecourse each winter, staged between December and April. The audience of largely affluent land, property and rural business owners, professionals and their families is a target for brands like Subaru, Volvo, Skinner’s Pet Foods and various residential property agents.

You too can reach this audience through individual fixtures, or through a campaign to all four events. You can also add the International Horse Trials, making a total reach of some 30,000 spectators across 7 months.


One insertion Full page £350, Half page £200

Four insertions Full page £1,100, Half page £675

To include the Horse Trials Full page £1,500, Half page £900

For further details please contact Peter McNeile on 07850 091523 or

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Sunday April 8th - Tedworth



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


Latest News

27-02-2018 10:24:33 in General by Admin
Mention Barbury, and like as not, your first thought will be that it’s home to leading Jumps trainer Alan King. And you’d be right. Alan’s successful yard nestles behind the Point-to-Point course that recently saw some hopeful Cheltenham calibre contenders of the future at the International Point-to-Point fixture in January. But there’s more than one King of this particula...


26-02-2018 15:59:59 in General by Admin
CHARLIE Dando, who almost died following a horrific shooting accident 13 months ago, was thrilled to ride his first winner since returning to the saddle with victory on Kit Barry at the rearranged Vine & Craven Point-to-Point meeting at Barbury Racecourse, near Marlborough on Saturday, writes Russell Smith. The 26-year-old farrier, from Old Sodbury in Gloucestershire, was on a day's pheasant ...


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.  ...


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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