International Meeting Race Conditions

Entries Close: Monday 6th December 2021, 12.30pm

Hunter Certificate deadline Thursday December 2nd 2021 12 noon

Entry Fees: £60 per horse, £65 Flat Race. Please Note: ALL FOREIGN ENTRIES MUST BE MADE BY EMAIL – info@pointopointracingcompany.co.uk

For stabling please call Ilona Barnet 07774 267949

Receiver of Entries: The Point to Point Racing Company Ltd

 

1st Race 11.30am - The Irish Thoroughbred Marketing 4 & 5 Year Olds Point-to-Point Flat Race, 2m, 11st 12lb                                            SF 14

Prize Money: 1st £300, 2nd £150, 3rd £100

Conditions:For horses which are maiden four and five-year-olds, which have not run under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Point Steeplechases included; Point-to-Point Flat races excepted), and which have not run in more than two Point-to-Point Flat races; for riders who have either (i) ridden more than 5 winners prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeplechase or (ii) in addition to a Point-to-Point RQC hold a current Category A or Category B Permit to ride under Rules; to be run over approximately two miles

 

2nd Race 12.05pm - The Goffs 4 and 5 year olds Maiden Race, 2m4f, 12st                                                                                                        SF 16       

Prize Money: 1st £300, 2nd £150, 3rd £100                                                                           

Conditions: For horses which are Maidens ages four and five-year-olds only; to be run over approximately two-and-a-half miles. , which have a current Hunters Certificate issued in Great Britain or Ireland; the BHA has modified Regulations 32 and 34 for the purposes of this race.

* Special conditions apply to this race please refer below.

 

3rd Race 12.40pm - The Tattersalls Ireland & Jockey Club Maiden Race for Mares and Fillies only 2m4f, 11st7lb                                        SF 16

Prize Money: 1st £300, 2nd £150, 3rd £100

Conditions: For Mares and Fillies only; to be run over approximately two-and-a-half miles. , which have a current Hunters Certificate issued in Great Britain or Ireland; the BHA has modified Regulations 32 and 34 for the purposes of this race.

* Special conditions apply to this race please refer below  

 

4th Race 1.15pm -     The Jockey Club and Retraining of Racehorses Veteran Horse CONDITIONS Race (Level 2), 3m, 12st                       SF 20

Prize Money: 1st £275, 2nd £175, 3rd £100
 
For horses aged nine years and over, which on or since 1st October 2020 have not won any race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Hunter Chases and Point-to-Points excepted).
PENALTIES: For each win on or since the 1st October 2020 in a Hunter Chase or Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point, 5lb extra, for each win on or since the 1st October 2021 in an Intermediate or Level 1 and 2 Conditions Race to carry 3lb extra. Maximum penalty to be carried is 10lb. Penalties are cumulative.

    

5th Race 1.50pm -  The Alan King Racing Barbury International Mixed Open, 3 miles, 11st 7lb                                                                        SF 20

 Prize Money: 1st £400, 2nd £200, 3rd £125

ALLOWANCES: Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeplechase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeplechases or Arabian Horse Races; 5lb
 
PENALTIES: A winner on or since 1st October 2020 to 30th September 2021 inclusive, of three or more eligible Steeplechase, Hurdle Race or Flat Races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) OR a winner of two eligible Steeplechase, Hurdle Race or Flat Races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) and one or more Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point race in this period, to carry 5lb extra. Further penalties apply for wins on or since 1st October 2021 in an eligible Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) or in a Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point; for one such win 3lb extra; for two such wins 5lb for three or more such wins 7lb; maximum total penalty to be carried is 7lb.

 

 

                  

6th Race 2.25pm - The www.barburyraces.co.uk PPORA Novice Riders Race, 3 miles 12st                                                                             SF 20

Prize Money: 1st £300, 2nd £150, 3rd £100           

SPECIAL CONDITIONS: For horses which are owned and ridden by current members of the PPORA; Owners and Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse. For information on how to satisfy these conditions, please refer to www.ppora.co.uk.  For riders who, up to 1st October 2021, have won not more than five races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (including Point-to-Points);
 
PENALTIES: For each win on or since 1st October 2020 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 Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point in this period to carry 5lb extra, and for each win in a Conditions race at the same Level or higher (to include Confined, Club Association, Service or Society Point-to-Point races) in this period to carry 3lb extra. Maximum penalty to be carried is 10lb. Penalties are cumulative.

 

 

7th Race 3.00pm - The  Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Six Year Olds & Over Maiden Race, 3 miles 12st                                              SF 18

Prize Money: 1st £300, 2nd £150, 3rd £100                                                             

SPECIAL CONDITIONS: For horses which are Maidens aged six years and over

 

* Special conditions: At declarations, riders qualified under INHS Rules must sign a declaration agreeing to be bound by the BHA Regulations for Point-to-Point Steeple Chases, and may ride horses with Hunter Certificates issued in Ireland only.

BALLOTING PROCEDURE – The British Horseracing Authority has modified Instruction 4.4 such that horses trained in Ireland will, as far as possible, be protected from balloting.

Mementoes to winning owner and riders in all races. £25 Best Turned Out in each race.

          

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Where?

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

 

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