Dulverton Farmers Dinner and Dance – 30 August

Hosted by the Dulverton Farmers Point-To-Point Committee at Duvale Priory, Bampton on Friday 30th August 2013

7.00pm for Dinner at 8.00pm

In Aid of Course Improvements and the Devon Air Ambulance

  • Black Tie
  • Tickets £45.00 each
  • Tables of 10
  • £5.00 from each ticket to go to the Devon Air Ambulance
  • Photographer
  • A glass of fizz or juice on arrival
  • Auction & Raffle
  • Canapés
  • Dancing to Lance & The Silver Tones
  • 2 Course Dinner with Coffee
  • Carriages at 2.00am

At the time of going to press we are hoping to have a guest speaker but unfortunately this cannot be confirmed

Accommodation can be arranged providing there are enough people wishing to stay.
RSVP ASAP Please By 24/8/13

For tickets with payment & SAE to
Pam Roffe-Silvester Tel: 01884 820994
Lower Coombe Farm Email: pamroffesilvester@btinternet.com
Devon. EX16 7QQ



No of Tickets ____________________ @ £45.00 each Total ___________
£5.00 from each ticket to go to the Devon Air Ambulance

Name of Party Guests

You can download the original invite in PDF form here: DFDD_30Aug

PPA Fixture secretary workshops

Workshops for budding fixture secretaries or anyone who might be interested in getting more involved in the sport.

Fixture Secretary workshops

10am – 4pm – gives you an insight on what is involved in running a Point-to-Point meeting.

Email Kellysimpson@p2pa.co.uk for more information.

Richard Woollacott Racing Open Day

Richard Woollacott Racing Open Day
Richard Woollacott Racing Open Day, 10th August 2013
Those attending Richard Woollacott Racing Open Day on Saturday August 10th were treated to a delightful afternoon. Starting with a demonstration of Richards natural horsemanship with young horses in for breaking at Big Brook Park. Established in 2006 with just five Point to Point horses the yard accommodates some 25 horses, Richard deals with the breaking and his Fiancée Kayley Jones runs the Point to Point side of the business and she has just had another successful season. Richard demonstrated some amazing loose schooling of his youngsters, including lunging of a two year old filly which had only arrived at the yard three days earlier, having taken five hours to load into the lorry, another hour to get off the lorry and and hour at first attempt to enter the schooling area, Richard had gained the trust of this filly who was lunging very well and followed him around off the lead rein.
Pistolet Noir
Pistolet Noir at Richard Woollacott Racing’s open day 10th August 2013
After supping the welcome Pimms drinks, a tour of the yard, the delegates were directed over to Nethercott Manor for a tour of the National Hunt horses, more drinks and a delicious never ending buffet. Richards decision to extend into National Hunt training was a natural progression in 2011, after achieving their first winner within two weeks the yard has gone from strength to strength. The yard has now had 17 winners in its first 12 months from only a handful of horses providing the whole team with an exciting start.