Video Archives | Loughanmore 4th Oct 2003

Over the coming weeks, we will be adding videos to some of the old point-to-point fixtures that we have on file.  The next year we are adding videos from is the 2003 season.

The next meeting to be added to the archives is the East Antrims Hunt Autumn point-to-point fixture at Loughanmore.

Below is a re-cap of what happened on the day.

It was an opening race double for Brian Hamilton at the East Antrim Hunts point-to-point at Loughanmore. 

Hamiltons first winner of the afternoon came courtesy of Jewel Note in the winners of two.

Kilbride Lad supplied Hamilton with his second winner of the afternoon when landing the open lightweight.

Brian Hassett was in the winners enclosure when winning the six-year-old and upwards maiden aboard Averham Lad.

JJ Dullea and Slievegower King took the four and five-year-old geldings maiden when running out an easy six length victory over Ballyfin.

The four and five-year-old mares maiden saw a decent winner in Catch Scoby who came home in front by six lengths in the hands of Colin Motherway.

It was a quick race double for Colin Motherway who also took the concluding race on the day, the six-year-old and upwards mares maiden aboard Fishin Rhyme.

To view the days full results, please click here...

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