Welcome to the website for Kimble and Kingston Blount point-to-point courses. Here you will find details of the five meetings being held throughout the season including the ever-popular Kimble meeting on Easter Saturday.
To find out specific details about each of our point-to-points, please click on the relevant course and date tab at the top of the page.
A point-to-point is a form of amateur horse racing over fences held at a variety of point-to-point racecourses throughout the UK. It's a great day out in the countryside where people come together to enjoy the sport and to socialise.
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One of the UK's most popular point-to-point race meetings held annually on Easter Saturday
The Easter Saturday race meeting at Kimble has been held at the same location since 1912, one of the reasons why it is one of the best attended point-to-points in the country, with the number of racegoers reaching an estimated 10,000.
Kingston Blount is an equally popular and well known location very easily accessible from the M40 and generally offers great racing throughout the season.