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Vine & Craven Point-to-Point - Sunday February 10

The Vine & Craven's second meeting in mid-February is part of the countdown to the following month's Festival. Expect t see a few Foxhunter types concluding their preparation, alongside some typically big fields around Barbury's spectator-friendly circuit.

Tedworth Hunt Point-to-Point - Sunday April 7

Springtime at Barbury brings an altogether different atmosphere as the downs take on the appearance of a country fair for our final fixture for the Tedworth. Featuring the Tedworth Gold Cup over 3m 6f, there's ample opportunity to shop and socialize at this popular end to Barbury's season.

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When?

Vine & Craven fixture rescheduled for Saturday February 23rd

 

 

 

 

Where?

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

 

Latest News

14-02-2019 14:59:40 in General by Admin
Racing resumed yesterday and  Point to Pointing will go ahead this weekend according to present BHA requirements.  Most of the affected fixtures have rescheduled, including Barbury, now set to proceed on Saturday February 23rd.    After consultation with its veterinary committee, and based on the latest tests conducted by the Animal Health Trust, the BHA’s Chief Regulat...

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07-02-2019 17:27:45 in General by Admin
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has this afternoon taken the decision that racing will not resume in Britain until Wednesday 13 February at the earliest, including fixtures programmed by the Point-to-Point Authority. The BHA’s veterinary team has today been in contact with more than 50 trainers and veterinarians to allow it to make an informed assessment of the risk of equ...

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04-02-2019 19:20:35 in General by Admin
The second Vine & Craven point-to-point of the season takes place on Sunday at Barbury and the eight scheduled races, which kick-off at 11.30am, have attracted an excellent entry of 161, writes Jake Exelby. Clerk of the Course John White reported this morning that the snow on the course has almost gone and that the going is now Good to Soft, Soft in places. Meeting Secretary Karen Hobbs told m...

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19-12-2018 09:39:23 in General by Admin
Sarah Rippon was full of praise for Sonneofpresenting after her new charge upset odds-on favourite Cousin Pete at Barbury's International Racing Club meeting on Sunday, one of 9 races on this most popular card. Rippon, who lives at Islip, near Oxford, acquired the Paul and Clare Rooney-owned eight-year-old on a permanent loan through their racing manager Jason Maguire. And the former Kim Bailey ...

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