Axe Vale entries and news

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 April 2009 | UPDATED: 23:23 15 June 2010

Axe Vale Hunt point to point pony races on Sunday, April 26, have attracted a full up card of 10 in each race.

Axe Vale Hunt point to point pony races has attracted a full up card of 10 in each race. The 138 race is off at noon and runners include Megan Nicholls on G-Whizz and current Devon and Cornwall Points championship leader Hannah Welch on Bronze Lawrance. The 148s, who will be running over a 12 furlong course, include Eggesford winner George Shaw on Petite Pois, Harry Derham on Wotarisk and Hugo Hunt on Bryony Frost's former champion pony Jack Sparrow. Tack checks at Eggesford recently picked up two underweight saddles so it is likely that all riders will weigh out at Axe Vale and random saddles may be checked. Saddles should weigh more than 7lb dressed (ie with girths, stirrups, stirrup leathers and surcingle). AXE VALE POINT TO POINT 2009 @ STAFFORD X Sunday 26th April 2009RACE 1 138cm & Under RaceNOPONY NAMERIDERAge, colour, heightHunt/OwnersAge, Colours1. BEJOWANS BOUQUETLamertonHeidi Lewis (12)12yo Chestnut 136cmMrs.LewisBlue with red x bands, red arms & red & blue quartered cap2. BRONZE LAWRANCEDartmoorHannah Welch (11)6yo Bay g 138cmG. WelchCambridge Blue with black x belts & pink cap3. DIPTFORD TRINATorrington FarmersTom Dalton-Morgan (11)19yo Bay 135cmMrs.Dalton-MorganBlue/Yellow stripes with quartered cap4. G-WHIZZBlackford&Sparkford ValeMegan Nicholls (11) 8yo Chesnut 138cmP.NichollsLight blue, maroon sash, white sleeves & maroon with white Star cap.5. LITTLE NESSTorrington FarmersJohn Dalton-Morgan (10)6yo Bay 134cmMrs.Dalton-MorganGreen/Yellow quarters, with halved sleeves & quartered cap6. MADENILE DAISY CHAINSeavingtonThomas Hawke (9)17yo Brown m 127cmMrs.HawkeBlack with white slash, lilac arms, black & white hoop capRace 1 cont:7. RAVARA SUPER TEDDartmoorPippa Glanville (12)9yo Grey g. 136.8cmL.Glanville / A. WalterRoyal blue, pink/blue armlets. Light blue/pink striped cap8. SILVER CLOUDTorrington FarmersJake Bament (13)13yo Grey 137.2cmMrs.H.BamentBlack with white chevron, black & white quartered cap9. TWINKLE TOESCattistockIsabel Hunt (9)14yo Chest m 137cmMrs HuntBlack with red/white striped sleeves. Black/white hoped cap10. TALPONCIAU PERFECT PRINTDartmoorBarnaby Treneer (10)8yo Dun g 137cmMrs. TreeneerGreen with green & gold striped capAXE VALE POINT TO POINT 2009 @ STAFFORD XSUNDAY 26TH APRIL 2009RACE 2. - 148cm RaceNOPONY NAMERIDERAge, colour, heightHuntAge, Colours1. FLAREONSouth DevonChloe Grove (14)6yo Bay m 148cmMrs.RaynerGreen with white sleeves & green with white star cap2. ITZIBIBIDartmoorHannah Welch (11)6yo grey g 147.5cmG.WelchGreen, green & yellow hoped cap3. IVORY GIRLLamertonHenry Armstrong (13)8yo Bay g 146.5cmMrs.A. DennyBurgundy with yellow stars & yellow cap4. GINGER BISCUITModbury HarriersBronwyn Buttery (15)5yo chest g 145cmMrs.ButteryPurple with blue x belts, purple with blue star cap5. JACK SPARROWCattistockHugo Hunt (11) 7yo Bay g 147.5cmMrs.HuntBlack with red & white striped sleeves, black cap, white spots RACE 2 CONT:6. PETITE POISCattistockGeorge Shaw (14) 6yo Bay 148cmMrs. ShawGreen with yellow xbelt, green with yellow hoped sleeves & Green cap7. TARKADartmoorBryony Frost (14)5yo Bay g 148cmMrs. FrostBlack with green hoops & white cap8. THE FAIRY TINKERBELLNorth CornwallJess Twentyman (14)6yo Bay m 148cmMrs.TwentymanRed with pink stripes, chocolate sleeves & white cap9. WHINNEY WIDGETTorrington FarmersJosie Gordon (15)12yo B m 148cmMrs. MundyPurple/Blue quarters, p/b halved sleeves & quartered cap10. WOTARISKBerkeley Harry Derham (14)6YO B g 147.5cmG.DerhamLight blue, maroon sash, white sleeves & maroon cap withWhite star.*Ten is each race*

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