LEADING GENTLEMAN RIDER Peter Pearn Memorial Trophy
Darren Edwards 118
Will Biddick 117
LEADING NOVICE LADY RIDER A Perpetual Challenge Cup
Millie Wonnacott 39
Thomasina Eyston 10
LEADING NOVICE GENTLEMAN RIDER A Perpetual Challenge Cup
Liam Harrison 17
Nathan Vergne 16
LEADING TRAINER WITH MORE THAN FIVE HORSES A Perpetual Challenge Cup
Dean Summersby 86 points
Ed Walker 54
LEADING TRAINER WITH FIVE HORSES OR LESS HJ Widdicombe Memorial Trophy
Jill Dennis 25 points
John Heard 23
LEADING OWNER GK Probert Perpetual Challenge Cup
The Little Acres Racing Club, 37 points
LEADING OWNER/RIDER MOST POINTS ON ONE HORSE Silver Ransome Perpetual Challenge Cup
Tom Chanin – Ballyhowne 11 points
LEADING VETERAN RIDER (35 & over) Orchard Perpetual Challenge Cup
Jo Supple 30 points
OWNER OF LEADING HORSE Axminster Carpets Perpetual Challenge Cup
Little Acres Racing Club Soul Kaliber 24 points
OWNER OF LEADING NOVICE HORSE Little Vanity Perpetual Challenge Cup
The Little Acres Racing Club – Soul Kaliber 24 points
Minimalistic 15; Three horses with 14 points= Skinflint, Crown of Thorns Banco De Logos
OWNER OF LEADING MARE Cornish Princess Perpetual Challenge Cup
John & Sonia Gardener Cloudy Music 18 points
River Myth 17 points; In Arrears 14 points
OWNER OF LEADING VETERAN HORSE Anjubi Perpetual Challenge Trophy
Mike Biddick There’s No Panic 9 points
Dicky Bob 8 points Mic’s Delights 6 points
OWNER/BREEDER OF LEADING HORSE Seal Marine Perpetual Challenge Trophy
John Heard – Cottage Rose 5 ch m Arvico – Roll on Rose
RIDER GAINING MOST POINTS AT A SINGLE MEETING Prideaux Horse Perpetual Challenge trophy
Darren Edwards 16 points Four Burrow 12th may
RIDER OF WINNER OF LONGEST OFFICIAL SP Devon & Cornwall Bookmakers Perpetual Challenge Trophy
Tom Chanin Ballyhowne 33-1 South Tetcott
WESTERN MORNING NEWS TROPHY
Will Biddick: A season to remember for Will, not only winning his seventh National jockeys title, but also breaking the British record for number of career winners on attaining win number 415 at Upcott Cross on 27th April
The going at Bratton Down is now firm. The fences have been moved. Plus the aggrivator will be used on the course prior to racing.
Tuesday 5th June 8.30am
The going at Bratton Down is good to firm, firm in places. The aggrivator is booked to use if we don’t have rain.
Saturday 2nd June at 16:00
The going at Bratton Down remains good to firm. The aggrivator has NOT been needed.
Friday 1st June at 9.00am
Having had an inch of rain over the last couple of days the going is now good to firm at Bratton Down.
Wednesday 30th May at 10.00 am
Bratton Down is firm, although it is raining at present. Fences have been moved. The aggrivator is booked for Saturday afternoon to ensure safe racing.
Friday 25th May 2018 8.30pm
The going at Bratton Down is good to firm, good in places. The course had 6mm of rain by 8am Friday and it has continued to be damp throughout the day. The fences will all be moved as necessary. Hugh Thomas, Clerk Of Course
Saturday 19th May at 09:19
The going at Bratton Down is now Good to Firm with a really good covering of grass. – Hugh Thomas.
Thursday 17th May 9.30am
The going at Bratton Down is Good – Hugh Thomas
Friday 11th May 2018 at 19:00
The going for Bratton Down on evening of Friday 11th May was the soft side of good with a lovely covering of grass – Hugh Thomas
The penultimate Point-to-Point of the season takes place at the stunning location of Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming this coming Sunday 10th June where the Tiverton Staghounds host their meeting. There are six races on offer with a start time of 2pm. 77 entries have been received.
There is still much at stake with both area and national championships to be decided as the season draws to a close, many outside raiders have entered here and could well turn up to battle out the finishes.
This course offers a fantastic view of Exmoor, together with some thrilling race action. There is hot and cold food and refreshments, a lively bar, bookies and plenty of room for picnicking and shopping among the various trade stands. Entrance to the course is £10 per person capped to £30 per car. Children under 16 free. Dogs only on leads welcome. Location of the course is Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming 9m NE of Barnstaple on A399, 11m N of South Molton – EX31 4SG. For further information contact the Secretary Jenny Hayes on 01769540894 or 07979307549 email email@example.com or look on the website http://www.pointingdc.co.uk together with Devon & Cornwall Point-to-Point FB page for up to date information.
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 2017/18 form from 2016/17 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2015/16 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.