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Racing returns to Knightwick in 2018

The Clifton on Teme hunt are excited to announce that they will be hosting their point to point this year at a fabulous new venue – Knightwick Races.

The annual Clifton-on-Teme Point-to-Point Race took place at various locations in the Knightwick area between 1946 and 1984, until a move to Upper Sapey, but now after 34 years, a new course has been created and will be used for the first time on Sunday 29th April 2018, and under the new name of Knightwick Races.

This entirely new course has come into existence due to the generosity of John and Sue Walker and will be located on land known as The Rock, Knightwick. It is a major undertaking creating a new racecourse from scratch, but the committee have been unfazed by this challenge.

Andrew Grant is the headline sponsor of the inaugural event and is proud to be associated with this piece of local history. Our team will be on hand at the event to answer any property questions you may have.

This family friendly event is set to be a great day out and under 16s go free. 

Learn more about this fantastic event and book your tickets online:

We’d love to see you there.

More about the race

The course will be set out on meadows adjacent to the River Teme and will be left handed and oval in shape. Each circuit will measure approximately 1 mile and half a furlong, so a three mile race will comprise nearly three circuits of the course. Four fences will be situated in the back straight and another two in the home straight, making a total of six fences per circuit and 18 in total. There will be an open day to preview the venue on 11 April, 2pm - 4pm.

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