Next Meeting - TBC
Our Point to point is the envy of the point to point community throughout the country, join us with your friends, family and colleagues to enjoy all the excitement of point-to-point horse racing, with spectacular views of the action set within Worcestershire’s wonderful countryside.
Next to A448 midway between Bromsgrove & Kidderminster. DY10 4QT
Fairly flat track; easy 3 miles with one sharp bend, extended for Open races (and also one of the Maidens) run-in of 125 yards; fences, all portable (fences 1, 2 and 3 being metal-framed).
Well maintained in recent years; able to water to good effect.
Open ditch re-sited to facilitate new 2m4f start.
SF: 16 - 20
LH 2 and a quarter Circuits of course per race
3 mile: 8 Fences - 18 Jumps in race
2 Open Ditches (3/11)
3 mile 2 furlong: 8 Fences - 19 Jumps in race
2 Open Ditches (4/12)
2 mile 4 furlong: 8 Fences - 14 Jumps in race
1 Open Ditch (7)
The Lady Dudley Cup
The Lady Dudley Cup Challenge is one of point-to-point's most prestigious races, a tradition started by the Countess of Dudley in 1897. Lady Dudley's husband was Master of the Worcestershire Hunt, whose annual point-to-point was held to thank local farmers for allowing the hunt across their land. As point-to-points at this time were only open to horses belonging to members and farmers of the hosting hunt, the Countess of Dudley and the ladies of the hunt decided to sponsor a race that was open to horses owned by subscribers of any recognised pack of foxhounds in the UK. The prize, a 50 guinea cup, was first won by Triton, owned by R. Cave-Brown-Cave and ridden by E. E. Green.
The annual Worcestershire Hunt Point-to-Point is now held at Chaddesley Corbett and has attracted many top horses and jockeys.
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Event, race and fence sponsorships - plus advertising opportunities in the Racecard, Paddock and on our website. Please contact the Point-to-Point Secretary for details.