Point-to-Point: Green to narrow gap in title race on Just Here
Saturday 10 May 2008
Oliver Greenall is assured of the men's championship as he is 14 winners clear (37 to 23) of James Tudor, but the ladies' title is developing into a close scrap between former holders Polly Gundry and Rachael Green.
The duo are likely to be in action at Holnicote in Somerset today where Green, who is just three (31 to28) behind Gundry, can narrow the gap on Just Here (4.55) in the restricted. The seven-year-old, who is related to a Welsh National winner, finished second at Woodford last month in a race run in a faster time than the ladies' open on the same card.
FIXTURES: TODAY: Bilsdale at Easingwold. (First race: 2.00). 14m NW of York; nr A19. Brecon & Talybont at Llanfrynach. (2.00). 3m SE of Brecon; off B4558; 2m off A40. Cumberland at Aspatria. (2.00). At Heathfield; nr A596; 11/2m NE of Aspatria; between Carlisle and Maryport. Minehead Harriers & West Somerset at Holnicote. (2.00). Near A39; 3m W of Minehead; 2m E of Porlock. Surrey Union at Peper Harrow. (2.00). Nr A3; 3m W of Godalming; 6m SW of Guildford; 15m from Exit 10, M25. Vale of Aylesbury with Garth & South Berks at Kingston Blount. (2.00). 8m NW of High Wycombe; off B4409; Exits 5 or 6; M40. TOMORROW: Lauderdale at Mosshouses. (2.00). 4m NE of Galashiels; between A7 and A68. Melton Hunt Club at Garthorpe. (2.00). 6m E of Melton Mowbray on B676; 7m W of A1. Tetcott at Vauterhill. (2.00). At High Bickington; 2m SW of Umberleigh; 10m S of Barnstaple; nr B3217. Wheatland at Chaddesley Corbett. (2.00). Next to A448 midway between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster; Exit 4 or 5 M5; Exit 1 M42. WEDNESDAY: Weston & Banwell Harriers at Cothelstone. (5.00). 2m NE of Bishops Lydeard off A358; Exit 25 M5.
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