Bumper crowd at High Easter Point to Point

PUBLISHED: 14:23 13 April 2016 | UPDATED: 14:23 13 April 2016

High Easter Point to Point

High Easter Point to Point


An Enthusiastic crowd of 3,500 people turned out to watch the 25th anniversary event of the Point to Point at High Easter on Saturday.

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There were six races during the afternoon with 47 horses taking part at Lower House Farm.

Clerk of the Court, Simon Marriage said: “The number of spectators was slightly down on last year because of the weather but given the forecast and the rain in the morning, a good number of people still came along.”

Pictured here: Honour Whyte, aged 16 from Beccles in Norfolk who came fourth in the ladies race and the riders in the last race, called the restricted race because it is only for horses who have won just one race. In Ireland, it is called the Winners of One. PICTURES: BRIAN CAMPLIN

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