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point to Point Racing

Point-to-point racing, a form of amateur steeplechasing, is a deeply ingrained equestrian tradition. The term “point to point” was thought to have been initially used in 1874, and the sport has grown significantly since then!

Races are organized at a local level by hunts or recognised clubs and are mostly around three miles long and include a minimum of 18 fences. These races are for amateur riders, providing a platform for jockeys to gain experience and for older horses to continue their careers. The local nature of the events means they are often community affairs, with spectators enjoying a day out in the countryside as much as the racing itself.

The point-to-point racing calendar is packed with exciting events all over the country so find your nearest one along with lots of other useful info for the season on the official website:

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