For the second Bank Holiday running we headed over the border into Wales and it proved to be an inspired choice. A beautiful setting and an excellent course, coupled with a very well organised point-to-point meant we had all of the ingredients for a successful day. And it was a success, with yet another very […]Read More Bank Holiday delight for the Ruckers in Wales as Sagalyrique wins an AGA thriller!
Having just secured the jump boards in place, I was stood by the last fence at Cold Harbour with Mrs S, drill in hand, admiring my handiwork. Then it dawned on us, we had arrived a little later than planned – a combination of a late return from Peper Harow, and some frustratingly slow Sunday […]Read More The General Lee and Lorna Brooke are triumphant in another AGA cracker!
The finishing line is in sight as we rack up the miles with 3 qualifiers in 3 days on a mammoth weekend for AGA, starting at Peper Harow. The AGA point-to-point series final is looming large on the horizon and we were in action on all three days of this Bank Holiday weekend, racking up 500+ miles. The first […]Read More Bridget Andrews has the AGA title in her sights after a smooth win on Saveiro at Peper Harow
The finishing line is in sight and we saw a potential winner of our final at Whitfield, as Ravethebrave strolled to an emphatic victory in the 21st AGA Ladies Open race of the season. It was also another one that we can call a ‘home game’ as it is only around 45 minutes from Cubbington, a […]Read More Ravethebrave on track for AGA final with an emphatic victory at Whitfield
There were a lot of fixtures to choose from during the Easter period, and with AGA championship points at stake, as well as qualification for the AGA final, choosing well was essential. Sandon was a very good choice!Read More Cottage Oak qualifies for the AGA final with an easy win at Sandon
Is Bitterley the most picturesque point-to-point course in the country? I’ve been to rather a lot of courses all over the UK but this one is now in my top 5, what a marvellous setting for a sporting event! I was joined by several AGA colleagues today and they were also impressed with the setting!Read More Another exciting AGA Ladies Open race as Phine Banks steps up her title challenge at Bitterley
This was a mammoth trip and the original (and sensible) plan had been to travel down to Wales the day before, but we decided to have Easter Sunday lunch at home with the family (well, when I say we, what I really mean is that Mrs S decided!). Having said that it was a good […]Read More Sunshine and a warm welcome in Wales as Jodie Hughes bags her first ever AGA win
A ‘home game’ today so to speak as the 16th AGA Ladies Open race of the season was taking place almost on the doorstep, and for the first time in ages I was able to leave the house after 11am to go pointing!Read More Yet another AGA thriller as Horsham Lad and Ravethebrave serve up a treat at Mollington!