Point-to-point is back at Badbury!

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Tickets for the ever-popular Countryside Alliance point-to-point, which will take place at Badbury Rings on Sunday, 19th February, are now available to buy online – with the option to purchase Patrons’ tickets, with a number of exclusive benefits.
Gates open at 10a.m., with the Countryside Alliance Club Members Conditions race the first contest of the day, starting at 12 noon. This allows plenty of time for racegoers to peruse the shopping stands, enjoy the entertainment and make the most of the selection of food stalls and licensed bar, as well as, perhaps, a visit to the bookmakers for a flutter.
Another firm favourite of this annual event is the family dog racing, so get those pet pooches in training now!

Badbury Rings point-to-point. Image: Tim Holt

Patrons’ tickets offer a thrilling raceday experience which includes entry and parking, of course, plus all day access to the Patrons’ tent, positioned in a prime location. Patrons ticket holders enjoy seating, a welcome aperitif and buffet lunch, refreshments throughout the day and a complimentary race card.

We look forward to welcoming you to enjoy a great day’s racing at Badbury Rings; always a popular and highly-regarded point-to-point course. As well as a men’s and a ladies’ race – both of which are usually hotly contested – the six-race card includes two Countryside Alliance Club Members contests, where entered horses must be owned by Alliance members.
To secure your Patrons’ tickets for a fantastic day’s racing please click here. Applications for Patrons’ tickets close at 9am on Friday 10th February.

Further details can be found on the point-to-point website; just click on ‘Buy Racegoer Tickets’.
View the full list of point-to-point meetings here.

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