What are you doing AGA man? You can’t blog about a wedding, this is The AGA Man’s Point-to-Point Horse Racing Diary! Well, if it wasn’t for point-to-point horse racing we wouldn’t have been at the wedding, plus, with so many great photos, I thought it would be nice to use them to tell the story of […]Read More Gina and Thomas John Ellis – Now that’s what I call a wedding!
An AGA double header started on Grand National day at Mollington – with a huge screen so nobody missed the big race – and finished with a first ever visit to Andoversford the following day. Two AGA champions had a starring role and a Claire Hart treble was the highlight at Mollington, while there was a great win […]Read More Mollington and Andoversford provide the setting for an AGA double header
April has been and gone, we’re halfway through May and I’m playing catch up with my blog! That could involve an awful lot of words so I think the best plan is for me to let the photos do the talking, starting with a selection from Kimble!Read More A great day at Kimble ensures that April starts with a bang for AGA
This is a fixture that I’ve always looked at and thought “I’d like to go there”, so we did, and what a glorious day! It was well organised, there were plenty of runners and I had lots of AGA colleagues with me. Anyway, that’s more than enough words, let’s have a look at some photos!Read More Blue sky and sunshine at Brafield-on-the-Green for round 11 of the AGA All Comers championship
Where has the last month gone? It doesn’t seem like five minutes since we were stood in the freezing rain at Chaddesley Corbett back in February and now April is just around the corner – and I’m playing catch up with my blog posts (4 to catch up on). The first of the 4 was at […]Read More It’s catch up time for the AGA man with three point-to-point fixtures in one blog post – Chaddesley Corbett, Kingston Blount and Hackwood Park!