Entries must be resubmitted for Axe Vale

16:04 17 May 2012

The Axe Vale hunt are rescheduling their meeting for Saturday, May 26 following its postponement due to bad weather at the end of April.

Entries do not stand, and have to be resubmitted, with payment (cheques send originally have been destroyed) to Jennie Salter, details as in the race planner.

Jennie said: “I have had a number of people surprised that entries do not stand, en bloc, but, as we are more than a fortnight after the original event, we have to have a completely new entry and racecard.”

The point to point is traditionally held on a Sunday but will take place on Saturday May 26, due to the pony club horse show which takes place at the venue on May 27.

It was due to take place on the point to point field, but will now take place in what is usually the point to point lorry park. Point to point lorries will park in a different field.

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