When is the AGA man not the AGA man? Answer = never, although I’m not complaining! There was no AGA involvement at Umberleigh and this was a day out to enjoy the end of season party atmosphere, chat (lots), take photos, and yes, enjoy a drink or two. All of that was achieved and we […]Read More National champions are saluted at Umberleigh, and the AGA man goes glamping!
The AGA All Comers championship reached the halfway stage on Saturday (28th March) at Larkhill. It was what you would call typical Larkhill weather (cold), but the welcome was as warm as ever and there was another landmark for the AGA sponsorship as we sponsored our first ever Mens Open race.Read More The AGA All Comers championship is too close to call as we reach the halfway stage
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
It’s 6am, the car is completely white and it is foggy and freezing outside. I’m grumpy and I don’t want to leave the house, I even put this on social media (along with a photo of me looking suitably grumpy). Mrs S is a non-runner so I hit the road on my own, along with […]Read More Slow start for the AGA man but Larkhill is a huge success, despite the dodgy playlist!
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 […]Read More Team Ireland v Team GB – a look back at the 2013 Tattersalls International Point-to-Point Challenge
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
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’!
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