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Peter McNeile

Chairman of the Point-to-Point Committee, is a sports marketing professional, having spent nearly 30 years working on British Racecourses, including a lengthy spell as Director of Sponsorship at Cheltenham. A former amateur rider of less than modest ability, he has ridden round Andoversford on numerous occasions, and now guides the commercial direction of the course.

Peter is heavily involved in the promotion and sponsorship of Point-to-Point racing and Team Chasing, managing a number of national sponsors, and supports Stratford and Chepstow Racecourses, Barbury Races and Horse Trials.

07850 091523 peter.mcneile@andoversfordraces.co.uk

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Andoversford Races is 6m east of Cheltenham near Dowdeswell Manor. Follow signs from the reservoir out of Cheltenham on the A40, or from the A436.

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Latest News

19-02-2024 12:09:18 in General by Peter McNeile
Ben Pauling enjoyed a vintage weekend with a sparkling treble on Saturday at Ascot, and failed by just a head from making it a four-timer. Together with rider Ben Jones, they took the first two races with Pic Roc and Henry's Friend before narrowly missing out in the 2m3f handicap hurdle. The winning streak continued in the longer 2m 7f handicap toward the end of the afternoon where Honor Grey kep...

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12-02-2024 09:43:42 in General by Peter McNeile
Whilst large swathes of the country have been under water during this wettest of winters, one stable has been going the extra yard to find winners, and it hails from deepest Cotswold country.  Although fixtures in the West Mercian area have yet to take place (Knightwick's rearranged February fixture from November fell prey to the Teme bursting its banks last week), there's been action in the...

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08-02-2024 11:55:04 in General by Peter McNeile
Eagle-eyed followers of Point-to-Point racing may have identified a key clue in pursuit of the winner of the St James's Place Foxhunter at the Cheltenham Festival in the gloaming of an otherwise unremarkable day at Wetherby last week.  Hunter chases no longer fill the way they used to and often produce small fields where the more companionable atmosphere of the Point-to-Point scene draws mor...

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05-02-2024 13:02:57 in General by Peter McNeile
West Country point-to-point rider, Keagan Kirkby, 25, has died following a fall at Charing point-to-point in Kent yesterday. His horse, trained locally by Hannah Grissell, ran out through the wing of a fence on the second circuit of the final race. The on course Medical Team attended immediately and despite additional support from a 999 Helicopter Emergency Services Crew, he could not be saved.&n...

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