There’s a warm welcome for the AGA man in South Dorset on a very special day for Lilly and Maddie

These point-to-point fixtures just keep getting better and better, and this one at Milborne St Andrew left me with a really warm glow which lasted all the way home – just as well really, because it was cold, very cold! However, that did not seem to concern the large, good natured crowd and it certainly […]

Read More There’s a warm welcome for the AGA man in South Dorset on a very special day for Lilly and Maddie

Oaksi shows his class at Chaddesley Corbett as he is given a text book ride from Jane Williams

The penultimate AGA Ladies open of the season had attracted a mouth watering entry of 22, and the Pointing Plus (Racing Plus) had given it front page billing with the headline ‘Clash of the Titans’. That ‘clash’ didn’t materialise as only 3 went to post, but we still had an intriguing and exciting race, and […]

Read More Oaksi shows his class at Chaddesley Corbett as he is given a text book ride from Jane Williams

Team Ireland v Team GB – a look back at the 2013 Tattersalls International Point-to-Point Challenge

12 months ago we made a memorable trip to Ireland for an International Point-to-Point challenge, as we prepare to head out there again at the end of next week, I thought it would be a good idea to remind everyone just how good last years trip was. Here’s the blog post that I published in […]

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AGA man up with the pace on second run of the season, but choice of apparel causes a stir

Good times at Barbury Castle as we enjoy another day of point-to-point racing in the sunshine, there is also lots of fashion advice for the AGA man and Gina Andrews promises to (finally) read the blog! For the second weekend running I was setting off to go to a point-to-point meeting in glorious sunshine, and for the […]

Read More AGA man up with the pace on second run of the season, but choice of apparel causes a stir