What a weekend! Our longest drive of the season was rewarded with an incredibly warm welcome and a fabulous days racing as the Northern area did us proud for the second week running. There was another well supported and competitive AGA ladies open race for us to enjoy, and we now have a genuine title […]Read More The Jedforest give us a day to remember at Friars Haugh as the AGA UK point-to-point tour reaches Bonnie Scotland
First AGA race of the season lives up to expectations, huge crowd enjoy nine quality races, lots of talking points, Khyber Kim brings a touch of class, the sun shines all day and new AGA hats are all the rage! The weekend edition of Pointing Plus (an 8 page pull-out in the Racing Plus) had […]Read More AGA series off and running – what a ‘Qracker’!
All kinds of weather, great racing, nearly as much mud as last season, girls get the better of the boys, new AGA hats make racecourse debut, and one committee member makes an early exit! What a day at Chaddesley Corbett, an eagerly awaited phone call just before 8am confirmed that all was good, and that […]Read More Four seasons in one day as Chaddesley Corbett delivers a Christmas cracker!
New look AGA van, AGA hats and AGA Iconic branding make racecourse debut at Cottenham following visit to Jackie Oliver. Great photos as ever, but Jackie also suggests an idea for a new competition! The early reaction to all of our new ‘stuff’ has been very positive but the reception for our new range of AGA bobble hats and beanies […]Read More New AGA hats are set to travel the world!
Terrific point-to-point racing in the north-east but we miss out on longest traveller as Carolyn Tanner, Lorna Brooke and the Hill family take the honours. Meanwhile, the AGA man’s playlist takes a turn for the worse, but we enjoy a tasty treat from Harry Ramsden’s on the journey home! Sunday morning, early start, and it’s still […]Read More Long haul to Alnwick proves that the new look AGA van gets the trip
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
AGA Dual Control National Open Horse Championship is up and running but the AGA man needed the run! I was up just after 5am and busy on twitter, despite the fact that I didn’t need to leave for another four hours! Excited? Just a bit! The drive was pleasant – about 90 miles – and […]Read More AGA man is a little off the pace on seasonal reappearance at sunny Cottenham
Almost 250 people attended the National Point-to-Point Dinner – which was held at Cheltenham Racecourse this year – and that included a raucous contingent from the county of the white rose. They had come to cheer on national ladies champion Jacqueline Coward, and they raised the roof every time Carl Evans and Charlotte Russell mentioned […]Read More The National Point-to-Point Dinner and Awards with AGA and John Beasley