Point to point on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 12:34 24 November 2010

Point to point action

Point to point action

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ENTRIES for the first point to point of the new season - being held at Black Forest Lodge, near Kenton, Exeter, on Sunday, November 28, have been plentiful and the start has been brought forward by half an hour to 11am as there are now nine races, including a two and a half mile race for four and five year old horses.

ENTRIES for the first point to point of the new season - being held at Black Forest Lodge, near Kenton, Exeter, on Sunday, November 28, have been plentiful and the start has been brought forward by half an hour to 11am as there are now nine races, including a two and a half mile race for four and five year old horses.

That’s when point-to-point aficionados will be watching out for budding new talent for the season ahead as young horses take their place in the first race of the new season. There are two divisions, with 17 entries in each. Viewing is exceptional at the track. Access is easy and there will also be tradestands, a bar, bookies and catering. Entrance is £20 per car or £10 per car with a single occupant.

By road from Exeter: Travel south on the A38 and take the A380 to Torquay. Turn east onto the B3381 signposted Kenton for 4 km to Black Forest Lodge. Devon and Cornwall Point to Point 2010/2011 fixtures lists can be obtained by sending an SAE to: Claire Wright, Barn Lane Farm, Stoke Rivers, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 7LD. Wessex area leaflets are also available by sending an SAE Brian Armstrong, Pantiles, Penselwood, Wincanton, Somerset BA9 8NF.


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