Join | Forgot your password?
Tattersalls Chelt Main BannerDBS Top Right

Latest News

UK Point-to-Point Round Up - 08th June

UK Point-to-Point Round Up - 08th June

 5 UK point-to-points took place over the week with 16 former Irish pointers gaining success for their new connections.

Saturday 02nd June


Big Man Doe registered his second success of the season in the club members race for the Martin Wanless yard by two and a half lengths.
The son of Millenary ran three times last season for James Barrett before making his UK debut at Mollington last April. The six-year-old then won his open maiden at Dingley last may before making his seasonal reappearance at Brampton Byran at the beginning of April where he then went onto to win at Revesby Park


The restricted race went to the six-year-old Buck Bravo for David Rees who was one of five former Irish pointers to register victories on the day.
The son of Mahler was placed twice for Ashleigh Murphy at Ballinaboola and Lingstown in 2017 before being sold at the Goffs UK May sales for £9,000 to his current handler.
This was Buck Bravo’s second UK point-to-point success having also won at the same fixture on the 20th May. 

Sunday 03rd June


Ramble On, brought down in a five-year-old geldings’ maiden at Askeaton in 2015 for Conor Dore, took his sixth UK point-to-point win in the mixed open race which was his third consecutive win this season.
The Kieran Price-trained gelding got off the mark on his initial start last term at Black Forest Lodge  where he won his next two starts for connections.


The seven-year-old Reilly’s Minor registered his first success for his handler, Mike Vanstone in the men’s open by three quarters of a length having also run at Larkhill and Ston Easton earlier in the month.
Previously with Aidan Fitzgerald, the son of Westerner ran in one Irish point-to-point at Castletown-Geoghegan in 2015 where he fell at the final fence when in front .

Wednesday 06th June


The Kieran Price-trained Sweet Lady Jane (pictured) has been a consistent servant for her connections this season and gained a deserved success in the open maiden.
The daughter of Darsi was placed at Dromahane last April for Willie Burke before changing connections where she made her initial start at Howick this season and went on to be placed on her next five starts.
Below is a list of last weeks winners.


Search the Archives

recent news story
Entries are now online for Portrush, Tinahely and The Pigeons.
recent news story
The Shillelagh Hunt have been busy this week watering and shock-waving their course.
recent news story
The Kilkenny Foxhounds have announced that they are moving their Autumn point-to-point meeting to Damma House.
recent news story
Donnchadh Doyle's Athlacca winner proved too good for his seven rivals in the Chepstow feature.
recent news story
James Doyle's Dromahane winner picked-up a seventh track victory at Newton Abbott on Friday.
recent news story
Goffs UK will be taking supplementary entries in the build-up to their sale scheduled at Doncaster (24-25 October).
recent news story
Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Sale will hold their first sale of the new point-to-point season on Friday 16th November.
recent news story
A large number of handlers attended the Horse & Jockey Hotel to express their views on many of the issues affecting them.
recent news story
All handlers who train a mare to win between-the-flags will be in with a chance to win one of five 1000 euro vouchers to put towards purchasing a filly at the stores sales
recent news story
Coolagown Stud's Group 1 winning son of Dansili had his 1st Irish Point to Point Winner on Saturday at Toomebridge.
recent news story
The number of winners that a rider is allowed to have ridden in order to ride in a novice rider race has increased.
recent news story
Top Irish amateur jockey Jamie Codd helped kick off the countdown to the Dowth Point-to-Point and Country Fair.
recent news story
Ronan McNally enjoyed a day to remember at Hexham on Monday when his stable veteran See Double You won his tenth races at the ripe old age of 15.
recent news story
The Loughanmore maiden winner has already achieved Grade 2 honours over hurdles.
recent news story
The Suir Vale (H) point-to-point and the Roscommon (H) point-to-point have both been cancelled.
recent news story
A total of 29 fixtures are scheduled to take place this autumn beginning at Toomebridge on Saturday 6th October.
recent news story
The latest addition to is now available, which will allow supporters to follow the declarations each weekend.
recent news story
Our latest initiative to promote attendances at point-to-points is now live.
P2P Clothing
Ofig Fiontair AitiuilEU SIFPEuropean UnionITM
© Irish Point to Point Services Ltd, 2014. All rights reserved. Grangeclare West, Kilmeague, Naas, Co Kildare
Cookie Policy | Privacy Policy
Hosting and Development by HostIreland