A good crowd saw a total of 74 runners contesting nine races at Great Trethew featuring doubles for jockeys Robbie Henderson and Darren Edwards.

Henderson rode a confident race on Blazing Whale to win the Mixed Open which saw the odds-on favourite Byerley Bear (Leanda Tickle) well held in third. Currently the leading horse in the country with five wins this season, the normal front running Byerley Bear could only finish third after being hassled for the lead, firstly by Almail and then by Valentine Vic.

Robbie Henderson pounced on his rivals before the second last and it was left to Wee Fly and Bryony Frost to follow the winner home as Byerley Bear faded.

Owned jointly by his trainer Ed Walker and Francis Read, Blazing Whale was described as, “progressive and a good stayer who tries really hard,” by his in- form jockey. Byerley Bear could be seen out next on Easter Monday at Trebudannon and can hopefully regain his winning form.

24-year-old Henderson went on to ride his 17th winner of the season with a similar late thrust on Kings Bench to take the Exeter Racecourse Intermediate qualifier. “He is a hold up horse and I hope we can go to the Exeter final. He has taken time to gain his confidence and his owner Laura Claydon has been so patient,” remarked trainer Marie McGuinness.

Despite a brave effort, Shanann Star was just touched off by Kings Bench, but her rider Darren Edwards more than made up for that by winning both sections of the Open Maiden for four to seven-year-olds which had to be divided on the day.

Droim Rua jumped his 11 rivals into submission in the first section to win by the length of the run-in. “I bought him out of a bog in Donegal last July and he was a bit fizzy to start with,” smiled Newton Ferrers owner/ trainer David Rogers who paid tribute to his work rider Sarah Boxenhall.

Darren had to work harder as the promising five-year-old Sykes stayed on well to hold off Way Before Dawn in the other division. “We bought Sykes at the Derby sales as a three-year-old and he will be better next year when he strengthens up,” commented trainer Nicola Martin.

Another nice youngster in the shape of the previously unraced mare Theatre Goer took the Open Maiden limited to four and five-year-olds. Ian Chanin had the leg up on Theatre Goer, trained by his father Robert for owners Roger Knowles and Annie Argyrides. “She has a lovely attitude and is easy to train. Her half brother has been placed in a listed bumper and she will probably be offered for sale at Cheltenham,” commented the trainer.

The handsome grey Fountains Cloud won the Hunt race for the third successive year for local owners David and Angela Stephens. “He loves it here, especially coming down the hill,” said rider Leanda Tickle.

Leanda was just denied a double on My Rebel whose late run just failed to peg back Whenharrymetsally (Matt Hampton) in the Restricted. The winner is a good looking six-year-old who won her Maiden on this track last year. “She needs soft ground,” remarked trainer Keith Cumings who bought the Kings Theatre mare for owners Hannah and Andrew Broggio at Fairyhouse as a four-year-old.

Not many horses run in the Grand Pardubice Steeplechase en route to Great Trethew, but Shalimar Fromentro did just that last October. The eight-year-old is also a regular on the cross country circuits in France, so jumping was never going to be a problem in the Novice Riders’ contest. Chester Williams had the mount on this occasion and the grey was always travelling well before giving his 16-year-old schoolboy rider his fifth winner of the season. “Chester has a chance of winning the National Novice Riders’ title and this horse will stay pointing before going for French cross country races again,” remarked Jane Williams.

It was good to see Numide (Michael Heard) get his head in front for the first time in three years in the Confined. This 11-year-old is a veteran of over 60 races and has won his various owners more than £200,000 in his time. He is now the pride and joy of Gordon Chambers. “He was once fifth in the French Derby and is one of the nicest horses in the yard. Even I ride him, said Gordon.


The bookies came out best with only three successful favourites during the afternoon. Long odds-on chances BYERLEY BEAR (2-5) and GREAT GUSTO (4-9) proved painful for the big hitters when failing to deliver.There was a double blow for punters in the Restricted. The Frost seven-year-old SANGRAM had landed a gamble at Wadebridge and was backed from 7-4 to evens to follow up in this event. Despite looking really fit, he was unable to get into the race where it mattered and was pulled up by Bryony Frost two out.Conversely WHENHARRYMETSALLY (some of us are old enough to remember the film) drifted from 5-4 to 5-2 before holding off the late challenge of 4-1 chance MY REBEL.QUIL EST BEAU was noted at 12-1 before being backed into 7’s in the Hunt race. This former David Pipe trained chaser has never been renowned for consistency and lost touch on the final circuit.Despite two unspectacular runs, the Tiger Hill five-year-old TIGGY STARDUST was the subject of a gamble in the second part of the split Maiden. Noted at early 10’s the youngster was as low as 6-4 when the field was despatched, but forgot his lines and failed to complete. He comes from a shrewd yard and it would be no surprise to see him retrieve the losses before the end of the season.There was some respite for punters when the previously unraced five-year-old THEATRE GOER (5’s to 7-2) made a winning debut in the Maiden for four and five-year-olds. Robert Chanin had the youngster spot on and he responded well when asked to quicken down the hill.


Results of the East Cornwall meeting


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Sunday 6th April, Spooners & West Dartmoor Point-To-Point, Cherrybrook (near Tavistock).


Going: Good to Soft

Hunt members’ (Cornish Times, Liskeard)
1 Fountains Cloud (Leanda Tickle) 9-4 fav
2 Talland Bay (Geoff Barfoot-Saunt) 10-1
3 Lucius Fabeo (Olivia Hutchings) 25-1
9 ran; 8l; 3 1/2l; 7mins 7secs

Open Maiden, 4 and 5-year-olds only, 2m 4f (St Austell Brewery, Cornwall)
1 Theatre Goer (Ian Chanin) 7-2
2 What About Will (Vicky Wade) 11-4 fav
3 Silver Sam (Robbie Henderson) 6-1
9 ran; 1/2l; 4l; 5m 57s

Open Maiden, 4 to 7-year-olds only, 2m 4f (Jamaica Inn & Dawe, Hawkwn & Dodd)
Division 1
1 Drom Rua (Darren Edwards) 5-2 fav
2 Evaweld (Rob Hawker) 33-1
3 Pats Big Boy (Tom Chanin) 10-1
12 ran; 15l; 2l; 5m 46s

Division 2
1 Sykes (Darren Edwards) 4-1
2 Way Before Dawn (Leanda Tickle) 4-1
3 Wivannie (Bryony Frost) 10-1
13 ran; 4 1/2l; 5l; 5m 47s

Mixed Open (Roger Young, Saltash)
1 Blazing Whale (Robbie Henderson) 3-1
2 Wee Fly (Bryony Frost) 9-1
3 Byerley Bear (Leanda Tickle) 2-5 fav
5 ran; 4l; 16l; 7m 3s

PPORA Novice Riders’ (Dodson & Horrell)
1 Shalimar Fromentro (Chester Williams) evens fav
2 Fiulin (David Noonan) 10-1
3 Ladyvie (Hannah Welch) 6-1
9 ran; 3l; 4l; 6m 57s

Intermediate(Exeter Racecourse)
1 Kings Bench (Robbie Henderson) 6-4
2 Shanann Star (Darren Edwards) evens fav
3 Blinding Lights (Matt Hampton) 4-1
4 ran; 1/2l; 7l; 6m 59s

Restricted (Blackburns Metals Ltd, Plympton)
1 Whenharrymetsally (Matt Hampton) 5-2
2 My Rebel (Leanda Tickle) 4-1
3 Otis Tarda (Rob Hawker) 16-1
9 ran; 1l; distance; 7m 1s

Confined (Jeffery’s Estate Agents, Cornwall)
1 Numide (Michael Heard) 4-1
2 Great Gusto (Bryony Frost) 4-9 fav
3 Jopero (Hannah Welch) 7-2
4 ran; 5l; 3l; 7m 6s

Spooners & West Dartmoor Point-To-Point, Cherrybrook update

30 March 2014
The Clerk of the Course said on Sunday evening that the going was good to soft. A further update will be made Tuesday evening after the course inspection.

28 March 2014
Cherrybrook Point to Point on Sunday April 6th, first race 1pm.

The Clerk of the Course reported on Friday 28th March that the going is good to soft at the moment.

Fortunately the team managed to get on the course early on Monday morning after the Kilworthy meeting to ‘make good’ the ground on the 2 shared fences.

The course inspector will view the course on Tuesday evening and going will be updated on TalkingPoint after that.

Gate charges: £10 car & driver ,+ £5 for each adult passenger

The entries secretary will be at Great Trethew but intends to leave at about 4pm to get home to take entries by phone

East Cornwall Point-To-Point, Great Trethew entries and form


Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:55 Members Race
2nd 13:30 2m4f Open Maiden (4&5 yr old) Race
3rd 14:05 2m4f Open Maiden (4-7 yr old) Race
4th 14:40 Mixed Open Race
5th 15:15 Novice Riders Race
6th 15:50 Intermediate Race
7th 16:25 Restricted Race
8th 17:00 Confined Race



f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner


NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

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Preview: East Cornwall Pony Races, Great Trethew, Sunday March 30th

There are some new faces at the East Cornwall point to point pony races with local Kiana James-Thomas hoping to take the spoils on her first outing on Dinky By Design in the 138 race.

James Armstrong has learned the ropes on the ultra-consistent My Golden Dream and he takes the reins on a new pony, Menedh Jumping Jack Flash for the first time. Chad Bament has his second ever race ride on Shammi and they will be hoping to keep tabs on Tyler Heard on The Jobs Not Straight and Tamby Welch on Angelic.

The 148 race sees a match between the Treneer brothers Barnaby and Michael – Barnaby rides Tarka with Michael on Roy Boy Green.

The first pony race is now off at 12 noon as the point to point, usually the course’s second meeting, hosts two extra races, having had to abandon the first meeting at the course due to wet weather.

Preview: East Cornwall Foxhounds Point-To-Point, Great Trethew, Liskeard, Sunday March 30

The seasons current leading horse Byerley Bear could take on Gwanako in the Roger Young sponsored Mixed Open, at this weekend’s East Cornwall Point-to-Point, Great Trethew, Sunday March 30th. The two horses met at Wadebridge in December, when the Robert Chanin-trained Byerley Bear won by four lengths.

Gwanako trained by Rosemary Loxton for jockey Megan Nicholls will be looking to reverse the placings, and follow-up on last weekend’s win at Ston Easton. The combination have also scored this season at Larkhill, Milbourne St Andrew (where they destroyed the field by 60 lengths) and won at Charleton Horethorne. Byerley Bear has taken his tally to five wins for the season, and was only just denied six straight wins when awarded a second by judges at Badbury Rings, to the Jack Barber-trained Aikideau. This could turn into a thrilling battle between the two class horses.

This event coincides with Mother’s Day , starting with pony racing at 12 noon, followed by an eight race card commencing at 12.55. Over 100 entries have been received.The picnics are sure to be packed full of treats to compliment the party atmosphere.

The Cornish Times sponsor the opening Members race, which kicks off the main card. Gingers Reflection would be a popular winner here for trainer Christine Gray, having won at Upcott Cross last season in a very respectable time. Another entry, Fountains Cloud won this race last year, and was running well at Wadebridge, before being headed three out.

St Austell Brewery have sponsored the Open Maiden for four and five year olds. Suggestions here would be What About Will trained by Neil Harris, having shown previous form last season when a good second behind All But Grey at Trebudannon, and may be forgiven for pulling up three out at Wadebridge when sent off favourite. Dusky, from the Joe Tickle yard, ran second behind Sangram at Wadebridge and looks to be worth an each-way bet.

The Open Maiden for four,five,six and seven year olds, may well be divided on the day having attracted 34 entries, sponsors are The Jamaica Inn and Dawe,Hawken & Dodd. Those having shown recent form are the Les Jefford-trained Desert Queen, when fourth at Buckfastleigh under jockey Ed Barrett, having made a mistake two out. Way Before Dawn is another to consider having stayed on well when finishing eight lengths second at Buckfastleigh in February. Droim Rua for trainer David Rogers should also be considered, having run well at Buckfastleigh until fading two out, and looks sure to come on for that run.

In the Dodson & Horrell PPORA Club Members Race for Novice Riders, Join Together won at Charleton Horethorne under Megan Nicholls for trainer Rosemary Loxton, and Ladyvie for jockey Hannah Welch, has been progressing well, having scored a recent second at Buckfastleigh.

Exeter Racecourse sponsor the Intermediate race, in which the Gordon Edwards-trained Shanann Star could improve on her six lengths second behind Babeny Bridge, and King’s Bench won at Buckfastleigh and looks ready to step up into Intermediate company.

The Restricted race could see the Keith Cumings-trained Go On Henry follow up on his win at Badbury Rings. Sangram for trainer Nikki Frost was impressive when winning at the first time of asking when making virtually all at Wadebridge under Bryony Frost, coming home twelve lengths ahead of Dusky.

Jeffery’s sponsor the Confined race, Cottage Acre for trainer Karyn Heard, won last weekend at Kilworthy for Bryony Frost, so may not be out so soon, in which case, Great Gusto could give the Frost family another win here.

On course facilities include hot refreshments, bar, bookies and trade stands. Course is located at Menheniot, (off A38), between Saltash and Liskeard – PL14 3PZ

Entrance £15 car & driver, £20 car and passengers, £5 pedestrians.

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A cold, blustery wind blowing across Dartmoor and some exciting finishes kept the crowd on their toes at Kilworthy. A total of 68 runners faced the starter in the seven races run on softish ground on the superb old turf.

The Mixed Open produced a desperately close finish with Natalie Parker forcing her mount Aiteen Thirtythree up to beat Double Bank and Kirkleigh in the final strides in a classy race. “He was so game and just stuck his neck out,” exclaimed the 21-year-old rider who now shares the lead for the Devon & Cornwall Novice Ladies’ title.

Ten-year-old Aiteen Thirtythree was given to Natalie’s parents by Paul Barber and Andy Stewart when the formerly smart chaser had lost interest under rules after his last run at Newbury last autumn. He looked a picture on his first run for the Parker’s West Somerset yard and was led in by Natalie’s sister Laura who had broken her arm in a fall at Milborne St Andrew last month.  “We call him BFG which stands for Big, Friendly Giant in the yard,” smiled proud mother Tracy Parker.

There was an even closer finish to the 15-runner Restricted which saw the ex-Irish mare Annie Aces and Michael Heard collar the luckless Lord Samson (Darren Edwards) on the line to gain a short head verdict. The winner, making her English debut, is owned and trained by Devon & Cornwall area secretary and treasurer Gordon Chambers. “I got her last July after a phone call from Ireland. The Hennessy family had bred the mare in County Cork and she had won a Mares Maiden at Killeagh in 2012, but had sat in the field for a year.” Said Gordon.

Darren Edwards had just missed out on Lord Samson, but had the luxury of a peep round up the final hill when Bradley Brook sauntered clear for him in the Exeter racecourse Intermediate after Minella Fifty had fallen at the third last. “We bought him at the Derby sales in Ireland as a three-year-old and he needed a confidence booster last time at Badbury Rings after a bad fall at Chipley Park,” explained owner/ trainer Nicola Martin who forms the Bradley Partnership alongside John Simpson.

Bryony Frost is making a bold bid to retain her Area Ladies’ title and was partnering her sixth winner of the campaign when Cottage Acre stormed up the hill past three rivals to take the Confined. “I was told to hold him up for a late run,” laughed Bryony, who was wearing the colours of Sally White. The ex-Tom George chaser is now stabled with Karyn Heard at Boscastle.

Vicky Wade’s waiting tactics paid similar dividends in the Hunt race on Jennys Layla, who pounced on her front running sole rival Tres Bien after jumping the last. The winner runs for a syndicate of ten named the Layla Partnership, and is one of four horses trained near the course at Lydford by Pauline Geering. “We gallop on the moor. This mare is an angel to ride at home but not so in her box”, said Pauline.

The divided Open Maidens were well filled with 14 of the 17 entries turning out in the first section. Aah Bless led from the third last in this event but was outstayed up the hill by Maidstone Mercury and Ed Barrett. Ray Alford’s nine-year-old has been very lightly raced with just a couple of appearances in the last four years. “I haven’t really trained him for the last two years,” reported the owner/trainer.

Raffa became the only favourite to score during the afternoon in the second division of the Maiden. Home bred by Lucy Fielding-Johnson and trained by joint owner “Ces” Mitford-Slade at Norton Fitzwarren near Taunton, the Milan seven-year-old relished the test of stamina and spread eagled his 11 opponents to score by six lengths to give 23-year-old John Mathias his fourth winner of the weekend. “He was going so well I got there a bit too soon,” remarked the jockey.

Raffa’s dam Westbourne won a point to point at Holnicote for the same connections. “This is the first winner for my breeding operation – I have got loads more at home,” laughed Lucy.


BOOKIES 6 PUNTERS 1A resounding victory for the chaps with the bulging satchels with only one successful favourite during the afternoon.

We should have heeded the warning when TRES BIEN started the rot by getting beaten at 1-2 in the opening two-runner hunt race.

The 14 runners in the first Maiden included some nice types. Lucy Gardner’s newcomer DON’T WAIT FOR ME is a well made Westerner five-year-old out of a winning Irish pointer. The gelding was seen at 8’s before settling at 6’s. He was pulled up on this occasion and will be one for the future.

KILCOLMAN WIZARD is more exposed after a few runs in Ireland. He looked sharper for his Wadebridge run last week and was backed from 3-1 into 7-4 favourite. He was in front at the top of the straight but was tiring when unseating his rider two out. He is not that big and would probably appreciate less testing ground.

TUGBOAT is an interesting recruit to English points. The Galileo six-year-old won on the flat and over hurdles in Ireland, including under Barry Geraghty at the Galway festival. Backed from 5-2 to 2-1 favourite to defy his penalty in the Confined, he looked an unlucky runner-up here as the winner COTTAGE ACRE (7’s to 6’s) swooped on him 75 yards from the post.

THETALKINGHORSE was soundly backed to achieve his hat trick in the Intermediate (5-4 favourite). He held every chance when blundering two out and could not peg back the 9-1 winner BRADLEY BROOK on the final punishing climb.

RAFFA turned out to be the only winning favourite (7-4) when losing his maiden tag. John Mathias had ridden three winners at Ystradowen on the previous day and was full of confidence when sending his mount clear approaching the last.



Results of the Lamerton meeting


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Sunday 30th March, East Cornwall Point-To-Point, Great Trethew (near Liskeard).


Good To Soft


Hunt Race: (Sponsor – Pannell Commercials)

1 Jennys Layla (Vicky Wade) 6-4

2 Tres Bien (Jamie Thomas) 1-2 fav

2 ran; 2 1/2l;  6m 56s


Open Maiden Div 1: (Friends & family of Yvonne Watson & M A Bickell)

1 Maidstone Mercury (Ed Barrett) 8-1

2 Aah Bless (Tim Hampton) 16-1

3 Wood Park (Leo Mahon) 5-1

14 ran; 1 1/2l; short head;  6m 42s


Open Maiden Div 2 (Langdon Transport Ltd)

1 Raffa (John Mathias) 7-4 fav

2 Derniere Dance (Josh Guerriero) 9-1

3 Boymann (Conor Smith) 14-1

12 ran; 6l; 2l;  6m 45s


Mixed Open: (Condy Mathias)

1 Aitenn Thirtythree (Natale Parker) 6-1

2 Double Bank (Merv Woodward) 7-4

3 Kirkleigh (Tom Chanin) 11-8 fav

8 ran; head; 1/2l;  6m 30s


Confined: (Dawn West Devon)

1 Cottage Acre (Bryony Frost) 6-1

2 Tugboat (Josh Guerriero) 2-1 fav

3 Gershwinner (Merv Woodward) 8-1

10 ran; 1 1/2l; short head; 6m 36s


Restricted: (Tinhay Building Supplies Ltd)

1 Annie Aces (Michael Heard) 14-1

2 Lord Samson (Darren Edwards) 12-1

3 Gontdevon (Tom Chanin) 7-1

15 ran;  short head; 6l;  6m 34s


Intermediate: (Exeter Racecourse)

1 Bradley Brook (Darren Edwards) 9-1

2 Thetalkinghorse (Matt Hampton) 5-4 fav

3 Brackenwood (Bryony Frost) 7-2

7 ran; 4l; 2l;  6m 46s

Exeter Racecourse Intermediate series qualifiers update

The following 41 horses have qualified for the final of the Exeter Racecourse Intermediate  Hunter Steeple Chase series final at half way through the series, in accordance with page 364 of the Planner. The final is to be held at Exeter Racecourse on the 6th May 2014.

Round 1 Black Forest Club
1 December 2014
For Sahkey Moony
Hinchelsea Moor
Jack’s the lad
Waddingtown Hero


 Round 2: Tiverton, Chipley Park
19 January 2014
Babeny Bridge*
Beth’s Star*
Blazing Whale
Bradley Brook
Canada Coombe*
Devon Mead
Fountains Cloud
Lightening Jack*
Molland gayle
Sobre Tresor
The Wychough
Uppertown Hawk
Viel Gluck
Waddingtown Hero*
We Never Give Up


Round 4: South Pool Harriers
16 February 2014
Ailanthus *
Babeny Bridge
Beth’s Star *
Blinding Lights *
Dancing Olga
Direct Line
Hilda Wild
Lightening Jack
Shanann Star
Turtle Boys

Round 5: East Devon, Bishops Court (Meeting cancelled)

 Round 6: Dulverton Farmers
9 March 2014
Anger Management
Bathwick Scanno
Beat the Bandits
Beth’s Star
Blinding Lights
Canada Coombe
Level Spirit
Molly Oscar
Sterling Moments


Round 3: Western
15 March 2014
Buzz Me In
Fountains Cloud*
Hilda Wild*
Lightening Jack*
Make or Break
Sobre Tresor*

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Lamerton Point-To-Point entries and form


Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Members Race
2nd 13:35 Open Maiden Race, 1st Division
3rd 14:10 Open Maiden Race, 2nd Division
4th 14:45 Mixed Open Race
5th 15:20 Confined Race
6th 15:55 Restricted Race
7th 16:30 Intermediate Race



f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner


NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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