Kent | Surrey | Sussex
Time until next Point to Point…
SEHC now rescheduled to Saturday 22nd February.
All previously made entries stand.
GOING UPDATE – Following a course inspection on Wednesday morning the course is considered Good to Soft.
We are still short of a few fence stewards, if you are able to help please contact Nicola Dean firstname.lastname@example.org
See the News page for the full preview kindly written by Nicola Dean.
2020 Race Diary
Aldington Point to Point
Charing Point to Point
Godstone Point to Point
Parham Point to Point
Penshurst Point to Point
Peper Harow Point to Point
Race Course &
Browse through our videos shot at South East point to point courses.
Rider & Horse Profiles.
The latest media to keep you informed.
Have a look at our diary to see the upcoming races.
South East Riders
Trainer with most wins for: ?
Trainer with most wins for: Heather Cobb (3)
Best Horse: Behind The Scenes.
Best Season: 2015 – 3 wins and 4 places all on Behind The Scenes.
Best Course: Penshurst numbers wise, though Charing is my favourite to ride round. .
Proudest Moment: Behind The Scenes taking Leading Horse in the South East 2015, and by association myself receiving Leading Lady that season.
Horse for this season: Cloudy Bob.
Trainer with most wins for: Himself, Phil York, Tim Underwood (1)
Trainer with most wins for: Herself (6)
Trainer with most wins for: Alison Hickman* (14)
Rides for: Cynthia Woods, Charlotte Marshall
Trainer with most wins for: Cynthia Woods (7)
How did I get into Pointing: I’ve grown up hunting, eventing, team chasing and Pony Racing.
Trainer with most wins for: –
Trainer with most wins for: David Phelan (10)
Trainer with most wins for: Andrew Wates (2)
Best Course: Aldington (7)
Best Horse: Bit Of A Clown (3)
Best Season: 2010/2011 (8)
Last Season: 0
Rides for: Himself, Karen Phillips-Hill, Stephen Allen
Trainer with most wins for: Chris Lawson* (9)
Trainer with most wins for: Veronica Park* (3)
Trainer with most wins for: Rose Grissell (6)
Trainer with most wins for: ?
Best Course: Aldington
Best Horse: Alrafid (First horse I rode and now team chase on him aged 20!)
Best Season: 2016/17 – 14 winners
Rides for: Anyone that wants me.
How did you get into Pointing? Grew up on the hunting field and came through Pony Club. Mum trained a few pointers so I started Pony Racing.
Best Aspect of the sport: The camaraderie in the changing rooms.
Wins: 0 – very close though!
Best Course: Charing
Best Horse: Winola
Rides for: Herself & Connor Gray
How did I get into Pointing: Through my parents who used to own Pointers.
Best aspect of the sport: The adrenaline rush I couldn’t find in any other sport!
Best Horse: Provincial Pride
Rides for: Penny Vaughan
Favourite Course: Penshurst
Wins: none yet but ridden in some good races.
How did I get into Pointing: I started Pony Racing with a hunting pony then had a go in a Members race 2 years ago and loved it! I now work full time in racing.
Favourite Horse: Just a Touch
Favourite Course: Parham (my first ever completion last year but I also love Godstone)
How I got into Pointing: I’ve pretty much always wanted to be a jockey. Brought up in a farming and racing family I have always hunted and more recently whipped in with the Kent and Surrey Bloodhounds. I’m very lucky to have Nicola Aspell to train my horse and support me on race days.
Leading Gentleman Rider
Leading Lady Rider
1. Izzie Marshall
2. Rose Grissell