Woodland Pytchley Easter Saturday Preview

The Woodland Pytchley are hosting a seven-race card including Ladies and Mens Open races and a race for novice riders at Dingley Racecourse this Easter Saturday.

Racing starts at 2pm but gates will be open from 11 am; we recommend visitors get here early to get a great picnic and parking spot! Tickets are available on arrival.

The winner of the Ladies Open race will qualify for the Timico-sponsored Mixed Open final at Cheltenham in May, while the first two past the post will be eligible for the Skinners Ladies Open final at Stratford-on-Avon. Gina Andrews set a new record for point-to-point wins by a female jockey last weekend and will be riding Blue Mountain Boy in this one. Their competition could come from Proximo if connections decide to declare for this and not the Mens Open which follows.

There are ten entries for the Mens Open, including Proximo. Burtredgipandgump and Thetalkinghorse both lost out in a good finish to Black Valentine at Guilsborough a fortnight ago on similar ground but turning left-handed. Tim Gredley’s Just Cause is sure to be a leading contender here, returning to point-to-point racing after a spell of hunter chases. Ardkilly Witness and Dido have both won recently and Pair of Jacks is another to consider.

The first race of the day is a members race for Woodland Pytchley and Fernie registered horses. Owner Toby Hunt has three entered for this. Omar Maretti could contest this one if connections choose this race over the Restricted later. The horse won impressively at Duncombe Park in February. Done a Runner may be getting older but is well known on this course. Wayupinthebox could be one to watch for the Bevin stable.

The young horse maiden which follows this has a couple of four-year-old horses entered, with the big weight advantage this attracts. The Tom Ellis-trained LateNightFumble, being a filly, will be 25lbs lighter than some in the race, but is unraced. The other four-year-old is Equus Dreamer. Of those who have some form Courtandbould amd Signed And Sealed could be ones to watch.

After the Mens Open is a PPORA Club Members race for Novice Riders, part of National Series for riders who had not had more than five winners at the start of this season. Four horses will qualify for the final of the series at Edgcote in May, and those place score points towards the Harley Racing National Novices Championship. Vivaldi Collonges is impossible to avoid here, being the equal highest rated horse on the course at this meeting. According to Dan was impressive winning under Jack Andrews at Guilsborough a fortnight ago – the owner takes the ride back in this one. Dido has an entry here too, as do Done A Runner and Toby Lerone, and may choose this over other races. Tom Ellis brings WillFlyWontSink, with Gina Andrews on board.

The Restricted race could see the biggest field of the day, with 18 horses entered. All these horses have won just once. Ones to watch include The Triple Pillar, Pelegrine Falcon, Rebel Dawn Rising, Omar Maretti, Spring Cover and High Hopper but these are usually well-contested races with opportunities for all.

To round off the day’s racing we have an Open Maiden race for with a possible 15 runners. These are horses who haven’t yet won races, one or two have never been on a racecourse at all. Four-year-old LateNightFumble could choose this race over the second race and if so would have that big weight advantage but there are other horses here that could compete.

As with all fixtures at Dingley there will be a warm welcome to all visitors, a wide range of trade stands, bookmakers, a licensed bar and excellent viewing from the car parking area above the course.

Sponsors confirmed for Woodland Pytchley Point-to-Point Fixture

The Woodland Pytchley Point to Point 2017 Racecourse 220

Now that the first point-to-point fixture at Dingley is now just weeks away, we are pleased to confirm sponsors of the 2019 Woodland Pytchley Hunt meeting on Easter Saturday, 20th April.

1ST RACE – 2.00pm The Woodland Pytchley and Fernie HUNTS MEMBERS, SUBSCRIBERS & FARMERS Race – sponsored by Rockingham Horse Trials.

2ND RACE – 2.35pm The four, five and six-year-olds Open MAIDEN Race is sponsored by King West.

3rd RACE – 3.10pm The LADIES OPEN Race is sponsored by Maidwell Hall school.

4TH RACE – 3.45pm The MENS OPEN Race, sponsored by chartered accountants, Macintyre Hudson. 

5TH RACE – 4.20pm The PPORA Club Members CONDITIONS Race for Novice Riders sponsored by Baileys Horse Feeds.

6TH RACE – 4.55pm The RESTRICTED Race, supported by The Lane Family.

7TH RACE – 5.30pm The Open MAIDEN Race, sponsored by Berry’s Accountants

Best-Turned-Out – A prize will be given to the Groom of the best-turned-out horse in each race to the value of £25 kindly sponsored by KKD services

Fitzwilliam (Milton) Hunt – Saturday 25th May 2019

RECEIVER OF ENTRIES: The Point-to-Point Racing Company Ltd. by TELEPHONE on: 01933 304840 (with credit/debit card or Weatherbys Account payment) or ONLINE at: www.pointtopointentries.co.uk

SECRETARY: Mrs Katie Morgan Chinon, Manor Road, Folksworth, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3SU Tel: 01733 245829; Mob: 07787 867625; email: katiethory@googlemail.com

ENTRIES CLOSE Monday 20th May, 12.30pm Hunter Cert registration deadline: Friday 17th May, 12noon ENTRY FEES £40 for a single race, £20 per additional race same horse (see Entry Conditions).

PARADE OF HOUNDS

1ST RACE – 2.00pm  The Fitzwilliam (Milton) HUNT MEMBERS, SUBSCRIBERS & FARMERS Race, 12st Safety Factor 20 For the MILTON CHALLENGE CUP and a Memento to the winning Owner; a CHALLENGE CUP and Memento to the first Lady past the post PRIZE MONEY 1st £150, 2nd £80, 3rd £50, 4th £20 SPECIAL CONDITIONS For horses which have a current Hunter Certificate and are owned by a Fitzwilliam (Milton) Hunt Member or Subscriber. Where horses are syndicated, the lead member of the syndicate must be a Fitzwilliam (Milton) Hunt Member or Subscriber PENALTIES A winner on or since 23rd November 2017 of a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) or of a Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point race in this period to carry 5lb extra, of two or more such races, 7lb extra.
Penalties are not cumulative

2ND RACE – 2.35pm The eight-year-olds and over Fitzwilliam (Milton) CONDITIONS Race, 12st Safety Factor 20 For the JOHN CHENEY CHALLENGE CUP and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £150, 2nd £80, 3rd £50, 4th £20 SPECIAL CONDITIONS For horses aged eight years and over, that are owned and ridden by current Members of the PPORA, which on or since 1st December 2017 have not won a race under the rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points included); Owners must be an eligible member of the PPORA by close of entries; Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse. For information on how to satisfy these conditions, please refer to rules.
PENALTIES None.

3RD RACE – 3.10pm The MENS OPEN Race, 12st5lb Safety Factor 20 For the COUNTESS FITZWILLIAM CHALLENGE CUP and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £210, 2nd £110, 3rd £60, 4th £20 ALLOWANCES Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeple Chase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeple Chases or Arabian Horse Races 5lb.
PENALTIES None.

4TH RACE – 3.45pm The LADIES OPEN Race, 11st Safety Factor 20 For the WILLIAM TEBBS MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP and Memento to the winning Owner, and the ROYAL DUTCH SALVER PLATE and Memento to the winning Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £210, 2nd £110, 3rd £60, 4th £20 ALLOWANCES Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeple Chase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeple Chases or Arabian Horse Races 5lb PENALTIES A winner on or since 10th June 2018 of a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) to carry 7lb extra; a winner since 1st July 2018 of three or more Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point races to carry 7lb extra, or of two such races to carry 4lb extra.
Penalties are not cumulative.

5TH RACE – 4.20pm The RESTRICTED Race 12st Safety Factor 16 For the BATTEN BOWL CHALLENGE TROPHY and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £150, 2nd £80, 3rd £50, 4th £20 6TH RACE – 4.55pm The Open MAIDEN Race, 12st Safety Factor 16 For a CHALLENGE TROPHY and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider, presented by Messrs Cadge & Coleman Ltd PRIZE MONEY 1st £150, 2nd £80, 3rd £50, 4th £20.

7TH RACE – 5.30pm The Open MAIDEN Race, 2m about 4f, 12st Safety Factor 16 For a CHALLENGE TROPHY and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £150, 2nd £80, 3rd £50, 4th £20. SPECIAL CONDITIONS To be run over approximately two-and-a-half miles.

Best-Turned-Out
A prize will be given to the Groom of the best-turned-out horse in each race to the value of £25.

The Fernie Hunt Meeting – Sunday 5th May 2019

Page updated 3rd April

ENTRIES SECRETARY: Susie Hurst Eyebrook Lodge, East Norton, Leics LE7 9XD Tel: 0116 259 8350; email: fernieentries@dingleyraces.co.uk

OR enter ONLINE at: www.pointtopointentries.co.uk up to 12.30pm on Monday 29th April. Online entry fees £40/£20 SECRETARY: Mrs M. Wallace Fishponds Farm, Stoke Albany, Market Harborough LE16 8PZ Tel: 01858 535250; Mob: 07831 816640; email: fishpond1@btconnect.com

ENTRIES CLOSE Monday 29th April, 12noon Hunter Cert registration deadline: Friday 26th April, 12noon ENTRY FEES £40 for a single race, £20 per additional race same horse (see Entry Conditions page 112) 50% non refundable in the event of cancellation

PONY RACES

FIRST RACE 12.45PM
138CM (NOVICE RIDERS CONDITIONS 7F)
148CM ( NOVICE RIDERS CONDITIONS 7F)
148CM OPEN

HORSE RACES

FIRST RACE 2PM
THE PPORA CLUB MEMBERS CONDITIONS RACE, 12ST
For the GUY MORRISON CHALLENGE TROPHY, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £170, 2nd £85, 3rd £45 + £70 to the Winner of the Fernie Rose Bowl.
For horses owned and ridden by current members of the PPORA; Owners must be an eligible member of the PPORA by close of entries; Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse. For information on how to satisfy these conditions, please refer to page 25.
For each win on or since 31st May 2017 in a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) 7lb extra; for each win since 1st July 2016 in a Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point 5lb extra, and for each win in a Confined or Club Members Point-to-Point in this period 3lb extra.

THE PPORA CLUB MEMBERS CONDITIONS RACE FOR NOVICE RIDERS, 12ST
The Riders of the first three past the post will score points for the Harley Racing National Novices Riders Championshi; the riders of the first four horses past the post are eligible for the £1000 PPORA Novice Riders’ Final, Grafton, Edgcote, Sunday 19th May; the first four riders past the post will score points for the PPORA Club Members’ Races Awards.
For the GENERAL JACK MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £170, 2nd £85, 3rd £45.
For horses owned and ridden by current members of the PPORA; for riders who, up to and including 17th November 2018, have won not more than five races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (including Point-to-Points); Owners must be an eligible member of the PPORA by close of entries; Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse. For information on how to satisfy these conditions, please refer to page 25.
A winner on or since 29th November 2015 of two races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points included, Maiden and Hunt Members races excepted) to carry 3lb extra; of three or more such races, 5lb extra.

THE FERNIE FOUR-MILER MIXED OPEN RACE, 4M100Y, 11ST7LB
The first two past the post will qualify for the Skinner’s Ladies Open Final, Stratford-on-Avon, Friday 31st May.
For the FERNIE GOLD CUP, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £400, 2nd £150, 3rd £100.
THE MIDLANDS AREA FEATURE RACE; The British Horseracing Authority has modified Regulation 75 for the purposes of this race; to be run over four miles and 100 yards.
Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeple Chase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeple Chases or Arabian Horse Races 5lb.

THE RESTRICTED RACE, 12ST
For the LADY ZIA WERNHER CHALLENGE CUP, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £170, 2nd £85, 3rd £45.

THE JOCKEY CLUB OPEN MAIDEN RACE FOR MARES AND FILLIES ONLY, 11ST7LB
The first three past the post will score points for the Jockey Club Mares Maiden Series.
For the HARDING TROPHY and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £170, 2nd £85, 3rd £45.
For maiden Mares and Fillies only.

THE ROD MILLINGTON OPEN MAIDEN RACE, 12ST
For the HHC LEAPING HORSE TROPHY, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider.
1st £170, 2nd £85, 3rd £45.

Points for the MORRISON CUP Dingley Leading Rider Award can be earned by the Riders of the horses officially placed first, second and third in all races at this meeting.

 

The Woodland Pytchley Hunt – Easter Saturday 20th April

ENTRIES SECRETARY: Lucy Wheeler, Commons Farm, Braybrooke, Market Harborough, Leics LE16 8HA Mob: 07813 969202; email: lucywheeler1@live.co.uk, OR enter ONLINE at: www.pointtopointentries.co.uk up to 12.30pm on Monday 15th April.

Online entry fees £40/£20 SECRETARY: Carol Elderton, 3 Adelphi Row, Glooston, Leicestershire LE16 7ST Mob: 07710 323455; email: carolelderton@gmail.com

ENTRIES CLOSE Sunday 14th April, 8pm Hunter Cert registration deadline: Friday 12th April, 12noon. ENTRY FEES £40 for a single race, £20 per additional race same horse (see Entry Conditions)

1ST RACE – 2.00pm The Woodland Pytchley and Fernie HUNTS MEMBERS, SUBSCRIBERS & FARMERS Race, 12st Safety Factor 20 For the CHARLES FOWLER CHALLENGE TROPHY to the Owner of the first Woodland Pytchley-owned and hunted horse to pass the post, and the FERNIE ROSE BOWL to the Owner of the first Fernie-owned and hunted horse past the post, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider; the FRANK STOPS MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP to the first horse past the post owned or ridden by a bona fide Farmer of the Fernie Hunt. PRIZE MONEY 1st £165, 2nd £85, 3rd £50 PENALTIES For each win on or since 31st May 2016 in a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted) 7lb extra; for each win since 1st July 2016 in a Mens, Ladies or Mixed Open Point-to-Point 5lb extra, and for each win in a Confined or Club Members Point-to-Point in this period 3lb extra.
Penalties are cumulative.

2ND RACE – 2.35pm The four, five and six-year-olds Open MAIDEN Race, 2m about 4f, 12st Safety Factor 16 For the CHRISTOPHER THURSFIELD MEMORIAL TROPHY, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider. PRIZE MONEY 1st £165, 2nd £85, 3rd £50.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS For maidens aged four, five or six years only; to be run over approximately two-and-a-half miles.

3RD RACE – 3.10pm The LADIES OPEN Race, 2m about 4f, 11st Safety Factor 16 The winning horse will qualify for the Timico Mixed Open Final, Cheltenham, Friday 3rd May; the first two past the post will qualify for the Skinner’s Ladies Open Final, Stratford-on-Avon, Friday 31st May For the KENNARD CUP, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider. PRIZE MONEY 1st £220, 2nd £120, 3rd £60.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS To be run over approximately two-and-a-half miles ALLOWANCES Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeple Chase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeple Chases or Arabian Horse Races 5lb PENALTIES For each win on or since 10th June 2018 in a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted), or on or since 1st July 2018 in a Ladies, Mens or Mixed Open Point-to-Point, 4lb extra; maximum penalty to be carried is 12lb.
Penalties are cumulative.

4TH RACE – 3.45pm The MENS OPEN Race, 12st5lb Safety Factor 20 For the E.W. HUDSON MEMORIAL TROPHY, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider. PRIZE MONEY 1st £220, 2nd £120, 3rd £60 ALLOWANCES Riders who, prior to the Thursday before the date of this Point-to-Point Steeple Chase, have not ridden more than 5 winners under the Rules of Racing or the Rules of a recognised Racing Authority, Point-to-Point Steeple Chases or Arabian Horse Races 5lb PENALTIES For each win on or since 10th June 2018 in a Steeplechase or Hurdle race under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points excepted), or on or since 1st July 2018 in a Ladies, Mens or Mixed Open Point-to-Point, 4lb extra; maximum penalty to be carried is 12lb.
Penalties are cumulative.

5TH RACE – 4.20pm The PPORA Club Members CONDITIONS Race for Novice Riders, 12st Safety Factor 20 The Riders of the first three past the post will score points for the Harley Racing National Novices Riders Championship; The riders of the first four horses past the post are eligible for the £1000 PPORA Novice Riders’ Final, Grafton, Edgcote, Sunday 19th May; the first four riders past the post will score points for the PPORA Club Members’ Races Awards For the ASHPOLES SALVER, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider. PRIZE MONEY 1st £165, 2nd £85, 3rd £50.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS For horses owned and ridden by current members of the PPORA; for riders who, up to and including 17th November 2018, have won not more than five races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (including Point-to-Points); Owners must be an eligible member of the PPORA by close of entries; Riders must be an eligible member of the PPORA by declaration of the horse. For information on how to satisfy these conditions, please refer to rules. PENALTIES A winner on or since 27th November 2016 of two races under the Rules of any recognised Racing Authority (Point-to-Points included, Maiden and Hunt Members races excepted) to carry 3lb extra; of three or more such races, 5lb extra.
Penalties are not cumulative.

6TH RACE – 4.55pm The RESTRICTED Race, 12st Safety Factor 16 For the GEORGE SINGLEHURST MEMORIAL SALVER, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider. PRIZE MONEY 1st £165, 2nd £85, 3rd £50

7TH RACE – 5.30pm The Open MAIDEN Race, 12st Safety Factor 16 For a CHALLENGE TROPHY, and Mementoes to the winning Owner and Rider PRIZE MONEY 1st £165, 2nd £85, 3rd £50.

Best-Turned-Out
A prize will be given to the Groom of the best-turned-out horse in each race to the value of £25

Trade Stand Enquiries
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Points for the MORRISON CUP Dingley Leading Rider Award can be earned by the Riders of the horses officially placed first, second and third in all races at this meeting.

Pony Racing Training date – 28th October

We are pleased to share the news of the following training date for the Midlands Pointing area for anyone looking for training or to try Pony Racing ahead of the coming season.

This training day which takes place on 28th October at North Lodge, Barrowby, Grantham, by kind invitation of Mr and  Mrs Chris Bealby is beneficial for children interested in all disciplines. It teaches a balanced seat, and how to ride safely, as well as being great fun.

Book via: http://www.ponyracingauthority.co.uk/race/pra-pc-training-day-midlands-2/

Click the youtube link to watch a Training Day in acti0n: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tw0tF3lvMSI#action=share

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Link to original article: https://www.midlandspointing.com/2018/09/pony-racing-training-day-2/

Woodland Pytchley Evening Races – Report

The Midlands Area season drew to a close with a rearranged evening meeting hosted by the Woodland Pytchley at Dingley.

There was all to play for at the top of the Midlands Area Championships, especially in the Gentleman Jockey section where Dale Peters had several rides with which to overtake Philip Armson in the overall standings.

Peters started that campaign with a bang by winning the opener, the Hunt Members Race, with Toby Hunt’s Done A Runner. Although they started as big odds-on favourites there were times  when 8/1 shot High Hopper, the mount of Rory Bevin, might have worried them over the last mile. High Hopper finished second by 3 lengths or so, Knowwhentofoldem third behind them.

The maiden for younger horses which followed was an attritional race, with only three of the eight runners completing the course. Halloween Harry (Z. Baker) took the spoils in this one, beating Fenjack (Jack Andrews) by a length. Both seemed to have a chance approaching the last but the winner had more to give in the run in. Third in this one went to Linkenholt, leader for large parts of the race, who dropped off in the final stages.

The Ladies Open provided an excellent finish, with three horses crossing the line within a couple of lengths. Much of the running had been done by Can Mestret (Gina Andrews) who had led from the end of the first lap until headed on the run in. This left For ‘n’ Against (Izzy Marshall) and Extreme Appeal (Tabitha Worsley) slightly ahead and competing the final few yards. In the end it was Extreme Appeal who won it by a neck to give Johnny Weatherby the win for his Preston Lodge Stud team.

The Gredley family’s Just Cause was the runaway victor of the Mens Open, with Jack Andrews in the saddle on this occasion. This was an impressive win, albeit from a well-rated horse, pulling clear of the field with a couple still to jump and drawing well clear to record an eleven-length winning margin. Second placed Dido tried to chase the winner over the final fences but didn’t have the same reserves in the tank. Frank A Million got the third.

Alice Stevens did her chances of winning the National Novice Rider title no harm when she piloted Derksen to victory in the 12-runner PPORA Club Members Race for Novice Riders. It was the fourth win of the season for this combination and the horses second win from two runs at Dingley, the other under Tabitha Worsley. Starting as favourite, Derksen was never far from the lead and, although chased home by Dusk Till Dawn and Skyhill Allstar, never looked in danger by this stage.

Joint top of the Novice Ladies with Alice Stevens prior to this meeting was Isabel Williams, so the former’s win in the previous race kept the pressure on the latter and her Restricted ride Burn Baby Byrne. The five-year-old didn’t let her down, though, as they took the lead over the last fence and won comfortably from long time leader Staple Head and Dale Peters, in second. Isabel’s win here keeps the title race alive for the Novice Ladies, while Dale’s second place secured the area title for him, after his win in the first.

Finally the last race provided one of the best of the evening, with all three runners in contention entering the final stages. Favourite Chosen Tribe (Tom McClorey) was joined at the second last by Celestino (James King) before both were caught at the last by a rallying Milzipa and Alex Edwards who pulled away in the straight to win by a couple of lengths.

The Midlands Area would like to thank all of our supporters, both on the track and off the track, for your continued dedication to the sport this season. The weather has presented many challenges and to have enough horses and spectators to run an evening meeting in the second week of June is testament to all of their hard work.

Enjoy an Evening of Racing on Saturday 9th June

Dingley is hosting a rare evening race meeting this Saturday (9th June) for the rescheduled Easter point-to-point meeting for the Woodland Pytchley Hunt.

Gates open at 2pm with the first race getting underway at 4pm. With the six races that had been originally scheduled for Easter Saturday, racing will continue into the evening offering a true ‘end of season’ party atmosphere. With a number of National, Midlands area and Dingley awards still up for grabs, the level of competition on the night is likely to be stronger than ever.

Our bowl-like field of view means you can see the entirety of the racecourse from your barbeque or picnic in front of your car, so make sure you bring plenty of friends, food and drink to make the most of our fabulous setting.

In addition to pre-race entertainment and parade of hounds, there will be a bouncy castle and lots more for children.

There will also be a wide range of goods on offer from the bespoke array of trade stands, and racegoers will be able to enjoy all the usual excitement with both a Tote and Bookmakers betting facility onsite.

The evening will conclude with live music, a licensed bar and eatery to enjoy once the racing action has concluded.

Additional Ticket information:
For those who had pre-purchased E-tickets for the original Easter Saturday meeting, the vouchers will remain valid on the rescheduled date. Discounted rates of £14 per person can be purchased HERE or £15 on the day – prices include your full raceday guide.

Admittance is free for children aged 16 and under.