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GRANVILLE’S REMINISCENCES – SOUTH TETCOTT

“Life moves forward. The old leaves wither, die and fall away, and the new growth extends forward into the light.

Bryant McGill, American author, “Voice of Reason

I was looking forward to the South Tetcott Spring Bank Holiday Monday fixture at Upcott Cross, but it was not to be this year. The point-to-point has settled there alongside the Eggesford since 2006, but it had been a moveable feast since the war. Here is a short description of its history.

The early South Tetcott meetings were held jointly with the Tetcott. From March 1924 the venue was Affaland Moor near Holsworthy, and this arrangement continued until the 1939 season. The star West Country horse in the early 1930’s was Mr Snip, an outstanding banking horse, bred by his owner Mr C T Nixon in North Devon. He won 0ver 20 races, including at this fixture each year from 1933 to 1936. Main Doctor was another good horse in the area and won at this fixture in 1937, 1938 and 1939 and remarkably went on to win three open nomination races in 1946.The leading West Country rider at that time was Mr F W B Smyth.

Joint meetings continued after the war, but from the fixture on 28th March 1946 until 1954 the fixture was held at Marhamchurch near Bude. The two point-to-points went their separate ways in 1955 when the Tetcott raced at Bradworthy on 17th March, and the South Tetcott went to Ashbury two weeks later.

This arrangement continued until foot and mouth led to cancelled fixtures in 1961, but the South Tetcott reverted to Ashbury, near Hatherleigh, in 1962 when that popular gelding Grand Morn II (R Bloomfield) won the Open. He went on to win the Cheltenham Foxhunter the following year. In those days it was run over the proper distance of four miles.

The 1963 meeting was lost due to the heavy snowfall that winter, and from then on several disruptions affected the fixture. In 1964 the venue was Kilworthy, but no fixtures were held after that until a new course at Beara Court, Highampton, hosted their first evening meeting on May 22nd 1968. The hunt race was a walk over, but jockeys such as Walter Dennis, Sue Aston, Colonel C R Spencer and Fred Rawle were amongst the winners.

The official times at the evening fixture at Highampton on May 21st 1969 reflected the shortness of the course. The Ladies’ Open went to Honey Ruff and Mrs K Huntley-Jones in 4mins 30 secs. The going was heavy ! Either the horses were Gold Cup standard or the track was very much shorter than the traditional three miles. I think it was the latter.

One of the leading point-to-pointers in the country won the Open Novice race there in 1970 which was sponsored by the Sale and Mackenzie annual. This was the Ledbury six-year-old Priceless Clown who won six times that year. Mrs Gaze’s gelding was ridden by Henry Oliver, and beat title seeking David Turner on Master Vesuvius that night in 4 mins 58 secs.

No fixtures were held between 1972 and 1984, but on Spring Bank Holiday Monday 1985 a new course was unveiled at Ashwater. This re-instituted fixture was originally scheduled for Grand National day but was washed out. The re-arrangement almost suffered the same fate but just survived the heavy rain. Ashwater was a narrow, rectangular course. I was there that day and remember backing Chris Down’s mount Pembridge in the last to give him a treble. The mare was pipped on the post and I got wet through. It was a funny little track and not the easiest for spectators. It was often beset with late season hard going, and only lasted until 1992.

More bad luck awaited in 1993 when a move to Jay’s Farm, Lifton was thwarted by waterlogging. This was quite a nice location on land owned by the Cornish comedian Jethro (who is still going strong because I went to his show at the Electric Palace, Bridport, six months ago, but that is not really relevant here). Jethro owned one or two pointers in those days. The hunt raced at Lifton until the move to the Upcott Cross course in 2006. This venue, shared with the Eggesford, is more of a stayers track and has permanent facilities. It is superbly maintained by the owners Ken and John Heard, who are great supporters of point-to-pointing.

The South Tetcott meeting for this week’s reminiscence is their first to take place at Lifton in 1994.

SOUTH TETCOTT AT LIFTON 30TH MAY 1994

Going: Good

HUNT

1 Royal Effigy (Richard Cole)

2 Catundra (David Jones)

3 Handsome Deb (Mrs C Isaac)

4 ran; dist; dist; 6m 25s SP 4-6 fav

OPEN

1 The Blue Boy (Damien Duggan)

2 Bluechipenterprise (Richard Darke)

3 Olveston (George Turner)

4 ran; dist; dist; 6m 4s SP evens fav

LADIES’ OPEN

1 Curraheen Lad (Tracey Brown)

2 Timber Tool (Alison Dare)

3 Sweet on Willie (Mandy Turner)

11 ran; 2l; 2l; 6m 6s SP 4-1

CONFINED

1 Buckingham Band (George Turner)

2 Bayford Energy (Ian Widdicombe)

3 Pharoah Blue (Claire Wonnacott)

15 ran; 5l; 6l; 6m 10s SP 2-1

INTERMEDIATE

1 Columcille (Richard White)

2 Beinn Mohr (Mandy Turner)

3 Anjubi (Stephen Slade)

9 ran; 3l; 4l; 6m 10s SP 4-1

OPEN MAIDEN

1 Sunwind (David Heath)

2 Aristocratic Gold (Mandy Turner)

3 Double Light (S Trotman)

14 ran; 3l; dist; 6m 23s SP 8-1

The Hunt race winner Royal Effigy was basically a non-stayer and found a weak opportunity here.

Damien Duggan was chasing the title that year. He formed a consistent partnership with the Peter Bowen trained The Blue Boy who had been a speedy hurdler for Martin Pipe and was now making hay as a pointer. Duggan failed by one to overtake Nick Bloom for the title. Bluechipenterprise had won his last three races for Richard Darke, but was readily outpaced here.

The Pembrokeshire gelding Timber Tool was a prolific pointing winner and was all the rage for a good Ladies’ Open with five times champion jockey Alison Dare in the saddle. This time however the favourite had to give best to the Edward Retter trained Curraheen Lad. The winner had shown good form with recent wins at both Flete Park meetings with Tracey Brown in the saddle. This time Tracey pounced entering the home straight to win going away.

George Turner, then 58 years old, was on his way to lifting the area title with 14 successes. Six-year-old Buckingham Band, stabled with his daughter Pauline Geering provided four of his winners although he was not the most fluent of jumpers. On this occasion Buckingham Band stayed on strongly to hold the sustained challenge of Bayford Energy and Ian Widdicombe.

Columcille was completing her seasonal hat trick in the Intermediate. I am old enough to remember her dam winning for Robert Alner (called Damside). By this time Harry Wellstead held the pointing licence for the yard and Columcille was the mount of Richard (Johnson) White, now a long standing part of the Philip Hobbs yard.

Owner-rider David Heath enjoyed his first winner on the well backed Sunwind (14’s to 8’s) in the Maiden where only four of the 14 runners finished.

ACKNOWLEGMENTS

  • Hunter Chasers & Point-to-Pointers, Mackenzie & Selby, various years
  • The Continuing Story of Point-to-Point Racing, Michael Williams
  • Point-to-point Calendar, Arthur W Coaten, various years
  • The Pointer
  • Michael Kutapan – Point-to-point History & Research, Jumping For Fun website

BRITISH POINT-TO-POINTING SHUT DOWN FOR 2019/20 SEASON

Posted: Tuesday, 17th March 2020 Author: The PPA

This is a formal announcement to confirm that the British point-to-point season is closed for this season.

This was a very difficult decision to make recognising that many people’s livelihoods are involved. However, the Prime Minister’s words last night made clear that everyone should minimise social contact and non-essential travel. Furthermore, our sport creates some medical burden, both on the course and potentially at the hospitals, where it would be unwelcome under the current circumstances.

The PPA would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has worked so hard to keep this season going so successfully until now, often under very trying circumstances. We will now be working on preparations to ensure that we start next autumn in the same successful manner as last, and will soon be in touch with many of you for your thoughts and ideas.

For more information, contact the PPA office:

info@p2pa.co.uk

01793 781990

GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP – SOUTH TETCOTT POINT-TO-POINT AT UPCOTT CROSS ON BANK HOLIDAY HOLIDAY 27TH MAY 2019

The well watered ground meant a very good racing surface which attracted a total of 48 runners for the six races at Upcott Cross. 15 bookies produced a strong betting market with a few faces ready to pounce in the ring.

33-1 outsider Ballyhowne upset his nine better fancied rivals in the well framed opening Conditions race, just mugging Sixteen Letters (7-4 from 2’s) in the final strides. Banco De Logos was a springer (12’s to 6’s) and ran a sound race to finish third, with the favourite Crown of Thorns (evens to 4-5), a winner of four of his five races this season just behind the places in fourth. I managed to back two losers in this race. Needless to say, one of them was the head runner up, and the other was Skinflint(5’s to 9-2) who held every chance when falling two out.

The money was only loaned to the bookies as Minimalistic (5-2 jt fav), who looked really well in the paddock, trotted up in the next. Runner up Golander (5-1) is worth keeping an eye on.

Ballyknock Cloud opened at a generous 7-4 in the Mixed Open and was sent off evens fav before a good round of jumping saw the ex-rules performer win easily under Will Biddick in the Mixed Open. Imogens Thunder (4-1), who looked a difficult ride for Matt Hampton, was not disgraced in chasing the winner home.

Ryves Rocky is improving all the time and was given a confident ride by Millie Wonnacott in the Novice Riders’, having been backed from 7-2 to 6-4 (nearly pinched 4’s but too slow in my old age). This was quite a decent race with the excellent Cloudy Music (5-2 to 7-4) a creditable runner up, with her stable companion Clondaw Bunny (4-1) less than a length behind in third.

Leslie Jefford’s horses are in good form and having saddled Ryves Rocky he mopped up the three miles Open Maiden with first and second. The jolly Willaldo (6-4 to evens) kept finding more to fend off his stable mate Businessman (7-2). It was good to see Oliver Carter’s old colours carried by the winner, owned by his grand daughter Anne Carter. When I said old I meant old because jockey Bryan Carver seemed to have put another split under the arms of the silks on return to the winner’s enclosure! Good luck to Bryan in his future professional career.

The two and a half miles Open Maiden went to the 2-1 jolly So When, trained by Christopher Barber and in his grandfather Richard Barber’s colours. This five-year-old grey by Geordieland has been on the naughty stool most of the season thanks to his running out antics, but Will Biddick proved why he is a multiple champion jockey with a masterful ride here. Having covered the grey up for the first two miles, Biddick eased his mount to the front at the second last and won under hands and heels before So When realised he was having a race.

Upcoming Fixtures

  • Sunday 2nd June 2019 Exmoor Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Sunday 9th June 2019 Tiverton Staghounds Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Season Finale: Saturday 15th June 2019 Torrington Farmers Chapelton Barton, Umberleigh EX37 9EB 1st Race 2.00pm

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REPORT – SOUTH TETCOTT POINT-TO-POINT AT UPCOTT CROSS – BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 27TH MAY 2019

WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

THE course at Upcott Cross had been well watered to counteract the long dry spell. The organisers were duly rewarded for their efforts when a total of 48 runners contested six competitive races.

Will Biddick’s double took him to the 42 winner mark for the season, giving him a seemingly unassailable lead in his quest for a seventh National jockeys title with just a handful of fixtures left during June.

Ballyknock Cloud defied a 6 lbs penalty with a good exhibition of jumping in the Simpkins Edwards Mixed Open. The Truro born rider soon had the grey in pole position, and he shook off his only serious rival Imogens Thunder after the third last. Jade Barber trains the winner for the Ballyknock Cloud partnership. The eight-year-old was setting up his seasonal hat trick in points after a spell under rules. Representing his wife, Jack Barber said, “ They have done a fantastic job here watering. This horse was dossing a bit in front. He may come back to me for summer jumping.”

Will Biddick’s other winner came in the two and a half miles FC Cleaning Systems Open Maiden. His mount So When had failed to finish on five occasions from his six runs with a special party trick of running out when in contention. This time Biddick needed to produce one of his best rides of the season, nursing his blinkered partner in the slip stream of the leaders until asking for an effort down the hill. So When forgot all his wayward tendencies to score going away without breaking sweat. The home bred Geordieland gelding is trained by 21-year-old Christopher Barber for his grandfather, legendary point-to-point trainer Richard Barber, who was unable to be present due to ill health.

The two tone green Barber colours have been well known in point-to-points and hunter chases for many years, and another familiar set of colours graced the winner’s enclosure when Willaldo justified favouritism in the three miles PRJ Engineering Open Maiden. This eight-year-old Black Sam Bellamy mare is owned by Anne Carter, and trained by Leslie Jefford, who also saddled runner up Businessman in this race. Willaldo’s jockey Bryan Carver wore the silks associated with the owner’s grandfather Oliver Carter. Oldies will recall such as his Whitbread Gold Cup winner Ottery News, Otter Way and Lucky Rock). “Willaldo has improved all along and loves it,” said Carver who is looking forward to turning conditional jockey under Paul Nicholls this summer.

Payhembury trainer Leslie Jefford had earlier saddled Ryves Rocky to win the Dodson & Horrell Novice Riders Condition race under Millie Wonnacott. A quartet of the six runners came to the second last with a chance, but long time leader Ryves Rocky would not be denied and this well backed favourite stayed on strongly to hold the game mare Cloudy Music and her stable companion Clondaw Bunny .

Ballyhowne looked held in fourth place rounding the top bend in the quality 10 runner Conditions race sponsored by Penbode Veterinary Group, but Tom Chanin’s mount was left in a challenging position when Skinflint fell two out, and eventually wore down the tiring leader Sixteen Letters in the shadow of the post to win by a head. ”I was content to hold him up and the pace sorted them out. He jumped so well and is so game,” reflected the rider, whose father Robert trains the ex-Irish gelding for the Stone Valley Racing Club.

Josh Newman narrowly missed out on Sixteen Letters, but enjoyed a smooth success as Minimalistic drew clear of Golander from the third last to score by 12 lengths in the Coodes Solicitors Restricted. Nikki Frost saddled this improving seven-year-old for Susan and Edward Darke, who commented, ”He stays well and jumps but would be better left handed. He will be put away now for next season.”

Upcoming Fixtures

  • Sunday 2nd June 2019 Exmoor Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Sunday 9th June 2019 Tiverton Staghounds Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Season Finale: Saturday 15th June 2019 Torrington Farmers Chapelton Barton, Umberleigh EX37 9EB 1st Race 2.00pm

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RESULTS -SOUTH TETCOTT AT UPCOTT CROSS 27TH MAY 2019

Going: Good, good to soft in places – watered

CONDITIONS RACE (SPONSOR; PENBODE VETERINARY GROUP)

1 Ballyhowne (Tom Chanin) 33-1 Good hdwy three out, stayed on to lead nr finish
2 Sixteen Letters (Josh Newman) 7-4 prom, left clr two out, headed nr finish
3 Banco De Logos (Darren Edwards) 6-1 well in touch til wknd three out
10 ran; head; 8l; 6m 39s

RESTRICTED (COODES SOLICITORS)

1 Minimalistic (Josh Newman) 5-2 jt fav jumped well, made all, drew clear two out
2 Golander (Bryan Carver) 5-1 chased wnr from 13th. no extra two out
3 Ann Maries Reject (Natalie Parker) 5-1 tracked ldrs til wknd three out ran on agn nr finish
9 ran; 12l; neck; 6m 36s

MIXED OPEN (SIMPKINS EDWARDS)

1 Ballyknock Cloud (Will Biddick) evens fav made all, clear three out, pushed out
2 Imogens Thunder (Matt Hampton) 4-1 alwys prom, every chance 15th, grad wknd
3 La Madonnina (Abi Lewis) 66-1 lost touch 15th, left 3rd two out
6 ran; 6l; 20l; 6m 46s

CONDITIONS NOVICE RIDERS (DODSON & HORRELL)

1 Ryves Rocky (Millie Wonnacott) 6-4 fav slight lead from 6th, dvn out, held on well
2 Cloudy Music (Liam Harrison) 7-4 handy, close 2nd from three out, kept on, just held
3 Clondaw Bunny (Fergus Gillard) 4-1 chased ldrs, stayed on well from two out
6 ran; 1l; 3/4l; 6m 49s

OPEN MAIDEN (PRG ENGINEERING)

1 Willaldo (Bryan Carver) evens fav made all, drew clr two out, comf
2 Businessman (Millie Wonnacott) 7-2 in touch, effort three out, not qckn
3 Flemenstrix (Michael Legg) 2-1 tracked ldrs, outpaced 15th, no extra clsg stgs
8 ran; 10l; 10l; 6m 48s

OPEN MAIDEN 4 TO 6 YEAR OLDS 2M 4F (FC CLEANING SYSTEMS)

1 So When (Will Biddick) 2-1 fav tracked ldrs, led three out, drew clr last
2 Sansgini (Josh Cameron) 12-1 led 10th til 12th, close 2nd next til outpaced apprg last
3 The Meters Running (Jake Bament) 8-1 steady hdwy three out, no extra from next
9 ran; 4l; 2 1’2l; 5m 48s

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Entries: South Tetcott Point-To-Point, Upcott Cross, Monday 27th May 2019

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 14:00 Conditions Race
2nd 14:35 Restricted Race
3rd 15:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 15:45 Novice Riders Race
5th 16:20 Open Maiden Race
6th 16:55 2m 4f Open Maiden Race

Going Update

Watering of the course continues and will continue over the weekend. It was clear and cloudy last night with a bit of dampness. Predicting the Going to be GOOD for Monday.

(Updated 9:30 am on Friday 24th May 2019).

Good; All bends and fences moved to fresh ground. Watering starting on Monday and continuing through the week as necessary.

(Updated: Sunday 19th May at 14:00)

Preview extract:

The South Tetcott Hunt meeting at Upcott Cross is due to be held on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May, it’s a well supported event receiving over 100 entries. Pony racing heads up at the action at 12 noon, followed by the main six race card at 2pm. With some rain forecast later in the week, the going should be ideal and the course will be watered if necessary.

Entrance to the course is £10 per car & driver and £10 per passenger. Children under 16 free. All on course facilities include hot and cold refreshments, bar, bookies and a number of trade stands. The course is located 2m South of Halwill junction, off A3079 – EX21 5AE.


FORM GUIDE

Key:

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

Abbreviations:

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 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.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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Race 1 – Conditions Race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 5f4p-pu33 ART OF SYNERGY (IRE) 37 Ed Walker
2 434-14523 BALLYHOWNE (IRE) 39 Robert Chanin
3 -2543211 BANCO DE LOGOS (FR) 37 Dean Summersby
4 5/f4513-43 BAY TO GO (IRE) 37 Patricia Armstrong
5 p-45p5242 BEUVRON (FR) 38? Sam Holdsworth
6 2-2311322 CLOUDY MUSIC (IRE) 40 Dean Summersby
7 *53-11211 CROWN OF THORNS 42+ Sarah Pidsley
8 3-1333511 DRAGON DE LA TOUR (FR) 38 Neil McLean
9 4p/-p4p3f HONOURABLE EXIT (IRE) 32 Joe Tickle
10 431-u2pu2 JABBEA (IRE) 40 Mary Sanderson
11 p6-53ppp3 JABOLTISKI (SPA) 34 Stuart Sampson
12 33-333115 KERNEL VICTOR 41 Ed Walker
13 122-3pp15 PREDESTINED (IRE) 37 Gordan Chambers
14 113-54232 RYVES ROCKY (IRE) 38 Leslie Jefford
15 1121-4214 SIXTEEN LETTERS (IRE) 41+ Neil McLean
16 7pp-21411 SKINFLINT (IRE) 42+ Gerard Supple
17 3-p337f63 SKYLANDER (IRE) 36 Sam Holdsworth
18 44723531 SYRACUSE’S DREAM (FR) 37 Deborah Treneer
19 *534/-p4p4 TOKYO JAVILEX (FR) 34 Heidi Lewis
20 211-61121 WIND TOR 43 Ed Walker

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

Crown of Thorns also holds an entry in the opening Penbode Vet Group Conditions race and will need to defy top weight. Challengers could come in the way of the Les Jefford-trained Ryves Rockey with the booking of jockey Millie Wonnacott who will be hoping to improve on their two lengths second to Skinflint at the Vauterhill meeting. Skinflint also holds an entry here as does seasons treble winning Wind Tor, also Skinflint (Gerry Supple) another on a season treble, and this could be a very competitive race if any of these turn up to compete among the 21 entered.

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Race 2 – Restricted race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 13-6p424 ANN MARIES REJECT (IRE) 36 Christine Gray
2 21/p6f3-p BALTAZAR DU SEUIL (FR) 35? Stuart Sampson
3 p12-p6832 BOB ALONG MAHLER (IRE) 33 Stuart Sampson
4 /1434-463 DAMBY’S STAR (IRE) 34 Sara Bradstock
5 3-u223p15 DEISE GOLD (IRE) 34 Jill Dennis
6 443p-4133 DIPLOMATICO (USA) 29 Jason Warner
7 1/05-5p32 DR RHYTHM (IRE) 33 Keith Cumings
8 21-6226 GERTIES GARTER 36 Ed Walker
9 3225-47p2 GOLANDER (IRE) 35 Gordon Chambers
10 357*43-34 MINELLA MOJO (IRE) 35 Robert Chanin
11 /f2-2113d MINIMALISTIC (IRE) 37 Nikki Frost
12 *900/f14-p MISTER BUDDY (IRE) 35 Luke Price
13 323231-f3 SWEET LADY JANE (IRE) 34 Byron Moorcroft
14 -32f31 THEWINNERTAKEITALL(IRE) 34+ Dean Summersby
15 /1p464-p9 WALLABROOK 33 Ed Walker
16 p4-224341 WHERE’S WILMA 36+ Michael M. Watson

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

Jockey Darren Edwards has a ride booked in the Coodes Solicitor-sponsored Restricted race on Thewinnertakeitall for team Summersby, and could follow up on their previous win at Trebudannon, the combination have been in the frame on four of his five starts this season, with an unlucky fall at Cherrybrook ended his race when travelling well falling at the 12th fence. Golander could go well for the Gordon Chambers team, having run a close second to Banco des Logos at Trebudannon two weeks ago. Dr Rhythm (Keith Cumings) has previous National Hunt form when in training with Paul Nicholls, and had run well in second to Bubble O’Clock at Holnicote two weeks ago.

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Race 3 – Mixed Open Race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 5f4p-pu33 ART OF SYNERGY (IRE) 37 Ed Walker
2 p7/799f-11 BALLYKNOCK CLOUD (IRE) 41 Jade Barber
3 5p0334r2 BLUE BENNY (IRE) 36 Lucy Felton
4 *53-11211 CROWN OF THORNS 42+ Sarah Pidsley
5 /211-pp11 EARTHLY REASON (IRE) 42+ Neil McLean
6 4/115-221 HERBERT PARK (IRE) 43 Ray Alford
7 R11-12322 IMOGENS THUNDER (IRE) 40 Mary Tory
8 41213-u4u LA MADONNINA (IRE) 40? Abigail Lewis
9 53-674321 LE CLO DE LA LONDE (FR) 36 Emma Watson
10 p-6565423 PETERBROWN (IRE) 40? Holly-Anne Drowne
11 11-2p1222 RAMBLE ON (IRE) 42 Luke Price
12 111-32111 RIVER MYTH 43+ Stuart Sampson
13 p1111-121 SPENCER MOON (IRE) 44 Luke Price
14 211-61121 WIND TOR 43 Ed Walker

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

The Simpkins Edwards-sponsored Mixed Open race is the feature of the day, and with the championships hotting up, we could see Will Biddick partner Crown Of Thorns to follow up on their win here at the meeting in April. They could come up against entry Spencer Moon, the Welsh raider for trainer Luke Price and jockey Byron Moorcroft, who could follow up on the horses impressive eleven wins to date from 14 starts in Point-to-Points, and connections targeting him here should be respected. River Myth is another who could figure having won the Members race here at the last meeting for the Stuart Sampson team under jockey Darren Andrews and have clocked up an impressive five straight wins this season.

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Race 4 – Novice Riders Race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 9-523p45p ALICE’S STAR 35? Robert Chanin
2 434-14523 BALLYHOWNE (IRE) 39 Robert Chanin
3 5p0334r2 BLUE BENNY (IRE) 36 Lucy Felton
4 82p-12132 CLONDAW BUNNY (IRE) 38 Dean Summersby
5 2-2311322 CLOUDY MUSIC (IRE) 40 Dean Summersby
6 /3/31/12-62 EMPEROR RENARD (IRE) 38 Marie McGuiness
7 4/115-221 HERBERT PARK (IRE) 43 Ray Alford
8 *1p-111p1 JACK SNIPE 43 Robert Hawker
9 p-6565423 PETERBROWN (IRE) 40? Holly-Anne Drowne
10 113-54232 RYVES ROCKY (IRE) 38 Leslie Jefford
11 pp11-3p5u SHANNON SILVER 36 Claire Hardwick
12 *50-673614 TIGER SAM (IRE) 36? Laura Hurley

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

The Dodson & Horrel-sponsored Novice Riders race also has two Summersby entries with Clondaw Bunny and Cloudy Music an option for young jockey Liam Harrison. Jack Snipe ( Robert Hawker) has to be feared if turning up here, with four wins this season, the latest coming at Cothelstone, where he also holds an entry at the weekend. Blue Benny (Lucy Felton) could be a worthy each way bet to follow, having previously finished a close second to Tiger Sam at Larkhill last month.

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Race 5 – Open Maiden Race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 33ur-pp A MILL FROM MILAN (IRE) Joe Tickle
2 p/ppp-62 BASHER BRIAN (IRE) 25 Byron Moorcroft
3 3/34-4 BUSINESSMAN (IRE) 27+ Leslie Jefford
4 *0968/8p- CONCEALED AMBITION(IRE) Kieran Price
5 -pp46322 COTTAGE ROSE 32 John Heard
6 -2 FEU DES MALBERAUX (FR) 31+ Joe Tickle
7 *44-fp2 FLEMENSTRIX (IRE) 33+ Christopher Barber
8 -f HOT CROSS BUN 0 Mary Tory
9 //-pp223 ITALIAN SYMPHONY (IRE) 26 Jason Warner
10 -p JOHNOFGORCOMBE 0 Nikki Frost
11 87-3p6p4 KEMICALLIE 12 Christine Gray
12 f-p6ppp LAUREL LASS (IRE) 0 Ryan Chapman
13 -3 LONGSHANKS (IRE) 27+ Leighton McGuinness
14 -53 MINELLA BEAG (IRE) 30+ Ed Walker
15 9//-p5622 PONIEL 33+ Zoe Moore-Williams
16 -5f PORT O’CLOCK (IRE) 20? Dean Summersby
17 -pp SANSGINI (IRE) Annabelle Bacon
18 SCHEMLI PFLUMLI Joe Tickle
19 /p/-6p THE METERS RUNNING (IRE) 24 Gordon Chambers
20 -upp3 TREBORS TWINKLE 17 Joe Tickle
21 pp/-f2 WHAT A BUG 25 Sarah Prouse
22 pp/76- WIDLAKE SCORPIOUS (IRE) 0 David Stephens
23 /pfpp-422 WILLALDOO 34+ Leslie Jefford

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

There follows two Open Maiden races, with those catching the eye in the first,  which is sponsored by PRJ Engineering, are Minella Beag, Cottage Rose and Poniel.

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Race 6 – 2m 4f Open Maiden Race

# Dec. Form Name Rating TRAINERS Rider Notes
1 p4p9-p42 BALLINLA LADY (IRE) 26? Seanin McPherson
2 p/ppp-62 BASHER BRIAN (IRE) 25 Byron Moorcroft
3 /34p2/-Rp BLACKDOWN BABE 21? Michael Coate
4 *0968/8p- CONCEALED AMBITION(IRE) Kieran Price
5 8-4upff5 COUSIN RITA 0 Helen Llewellyn-Griffiths
6 24/p47-p5 FLORABELL (IRE) 23? Ian Hambley
7 //-pp223 ITALIAN SYMPHONY (IRE) 26 Jason Warner
8 -ppu JOHN’S B’S (FR) 14 Jack Wallace
9 -R KING’S QUAY (IRE) 25? Leighton McGuinness
10 f-p6ppp LAUREL LASS (IRE) 0 Ryan Chapman
11 -p MISS JET LAG 0 Matthew Griffiths
12 -ppp MISSYOUATGORCOMBE 0 Nikki Frost
13 9//-p5622 PONIEL 33+ Zoe Moore-Williams
14 -5f PORT O’CLOCK (IRE) 20? Dean Summersby
15 -pp SANSGINI (IRE) Annabelle Bacon
16 SCHEMLI PFLUMLI Joe Tickle
17 -RpR4uR SO WHEN 30? Christopher Barber
18 /p/-6p THE METERS RUNNING (IRE) 24 Gordon Chambers
19 -upp3 TREBORS TWINKLE 17 Joe Tickle
20 pp/-f2 WHAT A BUG 25 Sarah Prouse

Results

Place Number Distances Time
1st
2nd
3rd
4th

Preview extract

Whilst in the second which is run over 2m4f Open Maiden race and is kindly sponsored by FC Cleaning Systems, King’s Quay, Italian Symphony and What A Bug have  previously hinted at ability and caught the eye in their races and should be high in the betting arena.

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Preview: South Tetcott Point-to-Point at Upcott Cross Bank Holiday Monday 27th May 2019

Written by: Donna Harris

The South Tetcott Hunt meeting at Upcott Cross is due to be held on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May, it’s a well supported event receiving over 100 entries. Pony racing heads up at the action at 12 noon, followed by the main six race card at 2pm. With some rain forecast later in the week, the going should be ideal and the course will be watered if necessary.

The Simpkins Edwards-sponsored Mixed Open race is the feature of the day, and with the championships hotting up, we could see Will Biddick partner Crown Of Thorns to follow up on their win here at the meeting in April. They could come up against entry Spencer Moon, the Welsh raider for trainer Luke Price and jockey Byron Moorcroft, who could follow up on the horses impressive eleven wins to date from 14 starts in Point-to-Points, and connections targeting him here should be respected. River Myth is another who could figure having won the Members race here at the last meeting for the Stuart Sampson team under jockey Darren Andrews and have clocked up an impressive five straight wins this season.

Crown of Thorns also holds an entry in the opening Penbode Vet Group Conditions race and will need to defy top weight. Challengers could come in the way of the Les Jefford-trained Ryves Rockey with the booking of jockey Millie Wonnacott who will be hoping to improve on their two lengths second to Skinflint at the Vauterhill meeting. Skinflint also holds an entry here as does seasons treble winning Wind Tor, also Skinflint (Gerry Supple) another on a season treble, and this could be a very competitive race if any of these turn up to compete among the 21 entered.

Jockey Darren Edwards has a ride booked in the Coodes Solicitor-sponsored Restricted race on Thewinnertakeitall for team Summersby, and could follow up on their previous win at Trebudannon, the combination have been in the frame on four of his five starts this season, with an unlucky fall at Cherrybrook ended his race when travelling well falling at the 12th fence. Golander could go well for the Gordon Chambers team, having run a close second to Banco des Logos at Trebudannon two weeks ago. Dr Rhythm (Keith Cumings) has previous National Hunt form when in training with Paul Nicholls, and had run well in second to Bubble O’Clock at Holnicote two weeks ago.

The Dodson & Horrel-sponsored Novice Riders race also has two Summersby entries with Clondaw Bunny and Cloudy Music an option for young jockey Liam Harrison. Jack Snipe ( Robert Hawker) has to be feared if turning up here, with four wins this season, the latest coming at Cothelstone, where he also holds an entry at the weekend. Blue Benny (Lucy Felton) could be a worthy each way bet to follow, having previously finished a close second to Tiger Sam at Larkhill last month.

There follows two  Open Maiden races, with those catching the eye in the first,  which is sponsored by PRJ Engineering, are Minella Beag, Cottage Rose and Poniel.

Whilst in the second which is run over 2m4f Open Maiden race and is kindly sponsored by FC Cleaning Systems, King’s Quay, Italian Symphony and What A Bug have  previously hinted at ability and caught the eye in their races and should be high in the betting arena.

Entrance to the course is £10 per car & driver and £10 per passenger. Children under 16 free. All on course facilities include hot and cold refreshments, bar, bookies and a number of trade stands. The course is located 2m South of Halwill junction, off A3079 – EX21 5AE.

Useful Information

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GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP: SOUTH TETCOTT POINT-TO-POINT AT UPCOTT CROSS BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 28TH MAY 2018

The Upcott Cross betting market exceeded the “normal” point-to-point Bank Holiday rip off prices I have seen up and down the country over many years. Well done the Devon & Cornwall layers. Plenty of faces in the ring made for a lively market.

Honest Deed (4-7 to 1-2) looked a certainty in the opener, but only just fended off the gallant Heaney (9-4 out to 7-2) by a hard fought head. Ryves Rocky was backed from early 6’s to 7-2 and ran creditably to finish third.

The 13 runner Restricted was a real puzzle. Punters made Will Biddick’s Stevenstone winner Rumour Has It favourite (2’s from 3’s) but she never looked like winning. I had a sneaking fancy for the winner Jabbea (6-1), but didn’t have a bet. He won easily. Clondaw Bunny (5-1) ran well, and the Scorpion gelding will do better next year. Raloo Rocket was friendless from 6-4 out to 4’s, but was going well when he departed two out.

The Open was more like a handicap chase. All seven runners were burdened with various penalties. I did invest in Golden Hoof to win the Open with his 6lbs extra, but my days of fighting through the crowds are over so I missed a tasty 3’s. This useful ex- Nicky Henderson beast was backed into 2-1 jt fav and easily followed up his impressive jumping display at Trebudannon. Maybe the Biddick factor helped Bistouri D’Honore (11 lbs penalty) to joint favouritism, but he was not a threat from three out. Minella Fifty (5-2) became the only serious challenger to the winner and should win before the end of the season.

Robin de Souza (10-1) was unlucky in the Novice Riders. He uncharacteristically crashed through the wing at the second last allowing front running High Hatton  (5-2 to 6-4) to regain the initiative after he had led for most of the way. His 16-year-old schoolboy rider looks very tidy. Bankhall (7-2 to 11-8 fav) was held when he had to side step the faller Thereyarsee (8-1) at the last  Alternatif (4’s out to 7’s) ran poorly again and is now off the Christmas card list. Well done the layers who went 100-1 on three outsiders in this race.

The two concluding Maiden races each went to the Barber yard. Five-year-old Serralunga (10-1) , quite a strong type, needed vintage Biddick treatment to fend off the strong finishing 25- 1 shot Buckboru, who kept on really well for 16-year-old Bruce Young to be beaten a head. In a three way finish Deise Gold (16-1) was a very close third. There was money for Robert Alner’s Truly Spoken (5’s to 4’s) and Mountain Las (also 5’s to 4’s) who each possessed good placed form.

There was a good thing in the getting out stakes run over two and a half miles. This was four-year-old Eggardon Hill (evens to 4-5 ), a good topped Doyen gelding from a successful family who fetched 38,000 euros as a three-year-old. He won by 12 lengths and Lorcan Williams had a job to pull him up. He looks destined for better things. Runner up Gypsy Charm (7-1), a nice four-year-old filly, will win races, but third placed Our Grey Boy (7-1) ran too freely.

RESULTS

Report and results from the South Tetcott meeting

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Tim Holt, Megan Cobley, Marcus Bath, Athwenna Irons

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

Upcoming Event

  • Sunday 3rd June 2018 Exmoor, Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG. 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Wednesday 6th June 2018 Rescheduled Eggesford Upcott Cross, Halwill Junction, Okehampton EX21 5AE. 1st Race 17:00
  • Sunday 10th June 2018 Tiverton Staghounds, Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG. 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Saturday 16th June 2018 Torrington Farmers, Chapelton Barton, Umberleigh EX37 9EB. 1st Race 2.00pm

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REPORT & RESULTS: SOUTH TETCOTT POINT-TO-POINT AT UPCOTT CROSS BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 28TH MAY 2018

WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

“For now the winter is past, the rain is over and gone”

Song of Solomon 2 v10-13

Not quite over and gone though. After the recent dry spell a dose of heavy rain during the week to augment the work involved in artificial watering was most welcome. The outcome was good to soft going which attracted plenty of “away” horses, and the Barber stable from Henley, near Crewkerne, went home with three winners.

A healthy total of 63 runners contested the six races before a large Bank Holiday crowd enjoying the warm sunshine at Upcott Cross. I am getting confused now with these Bank Holidays. I think this one is really Whit Monday, but who knows nowadays?

Golden Hoof followed up his recent Trebudannon win in good style to take the Mixed Open, quickening clear of Minella Fifty after the second last under Josh Newman. “He jumped perfectly and gave me a great ride,” said the rider, who was partnering his 13th winner of the season and had only just acquainted himself with the 10-year-old by sitting on him at the Barber yard on the previous day.

Will Biddick took the mount on the Barber representative Serralunga in the Open Maiden, and needed all his strength as his novicey five-year-old repelled the strong finishing 25-1 outsider Buckboru, ridden by 16-year-old Bruce Young, by a head, with Deise Gold breathing down their necks in third.

The stable treble was completed when four-year-old Eggardon Hill, ridden by Lorcan Williams, drew away impressively on the run in to score by 12 lengths from the promising Gypsy Charm in the two and a half miles Maiden. Jack Barber, representing his trainer wife Jade, “at home looking after our new baby Flora”, explained that Eggardon Hill is, “A big baby who has grown up a lot since his debut run. He has a good pedigree and we bought him at Goff’s Land Rover sales last June. He was going so well that Lorcan had a job to pull him up today.”

High Hatton travelled from South Wales to win the Novice Rider’s contest. After making most of the running, he had just been headed but was left clear when Robin De Souza crashed through the wing of the second last. The winner’s jockey, 16-year-old schoolboy Jack Tudor, was enjoying his third pointing success, including his first race ride on this same horse just two weeks ago. “I had 15 pony race winners and currently I am taking my GCSEs at Cowbridge School,” said the young rider who showed much promise.

Robin De Souza’s trainer Dean Summersby had better luck in the Conditions race as Honest Deed just held Heaney by a head to win for the fifth time this season. The game nine-year-old drew high praise from his trainer who said, “He is probably the best we’ve had.”

Darren Edwards had ridden his 19th winner of the season on Honest Deed, but had to settle for the runner up spot in the following Restricted race as Clondaw Bunny could not match the finishing pace of Jabbea. Nick Lawton was content to bide his time on the winner, who quickened away on the flat to score readily. “He likes this course with its long straights. He just enjoys passing horses and keeps galloping,” said his Calverleigh based owner/trainer Mary Sanderson, who had purchased him as an unbroken three-year-old to replace her prolific winner Jabiru.

Going; Good to soft

Conditions race (Sponsor; Penbode Veterinary Group)

1 Honest Deed (Darren Edwards) 1-2 fav prog 15th,disp next , led last, all out

2 Heaney (Millie Wonnacott) 7-2 disp ld three out, strong chall flat, just failed

3 Ryves Rocky (Jo Supple) 3-1 2nd after four out, every chance til not qckn apprg last

7 ran; head; 6l;  6m 35s

Owner; E Summersby, N Banks, T Hughs, B Fuller; Trainer; Dean Summersby

Restricted (Coodes Solicitors)

1 Jabbea (Nick Lawton) 6-1 held up, strong run to lead last, comf

2 Clondaw Bunny (Darren Edwards) 5-1 went 3rd three out, 2nd after next, no extra flat

3 The Coffee Hunter (Lee Drowne) 12-1 alwys handy, every chance three out, wknd last

13 ran; 6l; 15l;  6m 35s

Owner; Mary Sanderson; Trainer; owner

Mixed Open (Simpkins Edwards)

1 Golden Hoof (Josh Newman) 2-1 jt fav disp three out, led next, soon clear, readily

2 Minella Fifty (Bryan Carver) 5-2 led til joined three out, no extra apprg last

3 Repeat Business (Jack Tudor) 16-1 prom til wknd after three out

7 ran; 5l; 10l;  6m 39s

Owner; G Cotton, J Trevarthen; L & R Vickery; H Hall; Trainer; Jade Barber

Novice Riders Conditions (Dodson & Horrell)

1 High  Hatton (Jack Tudor) 6-4 led til apprg two out, left in lead, comf

2 Bankhall (Emma Jones) 11-8 fav 3rd after two out, hampered last, no chance wnr

3 Skylander (Thomasina Eyston) 8-1 not reach ldrs, left 3rd at last

11 ran; 25l; 5l;  6m 31s

Owner; Jeffrey Bird; Trainer; Jonathan Tudor

Open Maiden (PRJ Engineering)

1 Serralunga (Will Biddick) 10-1 prom, disp two out, hard rdn, just held on

2 Buckboru (Bruce Young) 25-1 behind til good late hdwy, ran on well, just failed

3 Deise Gold(Jake Bament) 16-1 made most til joined two out, slt ld last, not qckn flat

12 ran; head; head;  6m 34s

Owner; C Donlon; Trainer; Jade Barber

Open Maiden 2m 4f (FC Cleaning Systems)

1 Eggardon Hill (Lorcan Williams) 4-5 fav prom, led two out, soon well clear, v easy

2 Gypsy Charm (David Prichard) 7-1  prog to 2nd two out, not reach wnr

3 Our Grey Boy (Josh Cameron) 7-1 led til 13th, kept on

13 ran; 12l; 2 1/2l;  5m 23s

Owner; A Gibson, D McDonald; P Nicholls, J Barber; Trainer; Jade Barber

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Tim Holt, Megan Cobley, Marcus Bath, Athwenna Irons

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

Upcoming Event

  • Sunday 3rd June 2018 Exmoor, Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG. 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Wednesday 6th June 2018 Rescheduled Eggesford Upcott Cross, Halwill Junction, Okehampton EX21 5AE. 1st Race 17:00
  • Sunday 10th June 2018 Tiverton Staghounds, Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming, Exmoor EX31 4SG. 1st Race 2.00pm
  • Saturday 16th June 2018 Torrington Farmers, Chapelton Barton, Umberleigh EX37 9EB. 1st Race 2.00pm

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Entries: South Tetcott Point-To-Point, Upcott Cross, Bank Holiday Monday 28th May 2018

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Conditions Race
2nd 13:35 Restricted Race
3rd 14:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 14:55 Novice Riders Race
5th 15:30 Open Maiden 3m Race
6th 16:05 Open Maiden 2m 4f Race

Going Update

Sunday 27th May 2018 at 10:08

After heavy overnight rain going is now Good/Good to soft in a place.low risk of further rain & a sunny day forecast to morrow. Sunday 10:08 – Dave Willis, Clerk of Course

Saturday 26th May 2018 at 21:00

Upcott Cross Sat 9.00 pm . After applying water today ground was easier than Gd-Fm. Currently raining heavily. – Dave Willis.

Saturday 26th May 2018 at 10:00

The course inspector visited Fri afternoon & gave the ground as good to Firm, Watering continues to maintain safe ground & good chance of rain in the forecast.

Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at 17:40

Watering started yesterday(Tues) on drier parts of course. Possibility of rain Thurs/Fri will help keep ground good. – Dave Willis.

Thursday 17th May 22.00pm

Going is currently Good, Good/Soft on top bend .Not raced on this year with excellent grass cover. With little or no rain forecast will water through next week to maintain safe ground. – Dave Willis  C-O-C South Tetcott.

Preview extract:

This weekend’s fixture in the Devon & Cornwall area will be held at the Upcott Cross course where the South Tetcott will host their meeting on Bank Holiday Monday May 28th. Pony racing heads up the action at 12 noon with the main race card commencing at 1pm. 145 entries have been received for the six races on offer.

On course facilities include hot food and refreshments, bar, bookies and several trade stands. Entrance is £10 car and driver and £10 per passenger. Pedestrians are £10 with children under 16 free. The event is located at Upcott Cross, 2 miles South of Halwill junction off A3079 Postcode EX21 5AE.

FORM GUIDE

Key:

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

Abbreviations:

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 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.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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