Videos on Viewpoint

Launched during the 2008/09 Point-to-Point season, Viewpoint is an exciting joint venture between the sport s National website, www.pointtopoint.co.uk and the country s leading Point-to-Point Video producers.

Launched during the 2008/09 Point-to-Point season, Viewpoint is an exciting joint

venture between the sport's National website, www.pointtopoint.co.uk and the country's

leading Point-to-Point Video producers, David Jones Media Productions and West

Country Videos. With the 2009/10 season representing Viewpoint's first full season of


You may also want to watch:


coverage, the Channel will continue to grow and add a new element to a sport ever

increasing in popularity. In addition, there is planned feature footage and interviews.

Most Read

Viewpoint is run by Weatherbys Chase, which is 50% owned by the Point-to-Point

Authority. The company continues to build upon its already essential role within the

sport; Viewpoint represents the company's forward progression to publicise and

popularise Point-to-Point Horse Racing.

Robert Waley-Cohen, Chairman of Weatherbys Chase and the Point-to-Point Authority,

is a leading Point-to-Point Owner / Trainer and says:

"Viewpoint is an exciting addition to our website; it is the beginning of what the PPA and

Weatherbys partnership will bring as we raise the profile of our fantastic sport".

Currently offering approximately 40% of the British Point-to-Point fixtures, Viewpoint is

the first service to offer public access to highlights of British Point-to-Point racing, as

part of the Chase Plus subscription package to www.pointtopoint.co.uk.

With a fascinating archive of footage from 2008/09 already available on the website,

Viewpoint will continue to feature footage added just days after meetings have taken

place during 2009/10.

For further details on www.pointtopoint.co.uk and Viewpoint, please contact the

Weatherbys Chase team on 01933 304795 or email the Chase office;

chase@weatherbys.co.uk.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus