The Harkaway Club Point-to-Point at Chaddesley Corbett on Monday 28th December 2020. Tickets will be made available to the General Public via the appropriate websites in due course
GOING UPDATE THURSDAY 17TH DECEMBER
SOFT – Fences have been moved. All bends have been moved out onto fresh ground.
Click here for Live Streaming of the Harkaway Club Meeting
Click here for JustGiving page for the Harkaway Club
Tickets will be made available to the General Public, but unfortunately not from Tier 3 Areas
Close Friday 1200 18 December
(However, this is a major concession and there will be problems so do not wait until last moment)
Entries. Close Monday 1230 21 December.
Entry fees remain as in Planner
NB** Due to the large volume of Covid-19 related calls being received in the PTPRC offices, phone lines on Monday 21st are likely to be very busy, so no phone entries will be accepted, entries are to be made online only for this meeting at www.pointtopointentries.co.uk
Will be on the day using Level 1-3 system. i.e. fill in normal form at home and hand in on arrival at least 60 minutes before race time.
Tickets will open on Thursday 17 December and will close at 1200 on Thursday 24 December – no exceptions.
MARK HILL will be providing a telephone betting service at this and future live streamed meetings in the West Midlands
To open an account visit https://markhillracing.co.uk/ or tel.07831 293363
All the information regarding the Harkaway Club meeting is available on this page
PREVIOUS VENUES USED FOR THIS MEETING
Club formed in 1902
No meetings identified before 1905
1905 – 1910 Tuck Hill, Enville
1911 – 1914 Tuck Hill, Enville (Joint meeting with Albrighton Woodland) World War I
1919 No meeting – Shortage of riders and horses
1920 – 1923 Tuck Hill, Enville
1924 No meeting
1925 – 1939 Chaddesley Corbett (1)
World War II
1946 – 1951 Chaddesley Corbett (2)
1953 – 1954 Chaddesley Corbett (2)
1955 – 1956 Wilbrighton
1957 – 2019 Chaddesley Corbett (1)
- (1) & (2) Same location – different courses
- The information above would not have been possible without the extensive research carried out by Michael Kutapen and published on Jumping for Fun. The information has been reproduced in a different format for each meeting)