Thanks to all the Videographers who contribute to this site and work to provide as much national coverage of Point-to-Point racing as possible. Please support them and visit their websites to view their portfolios.
Jeff Guyett has been a racing fan from the age of four, when his family used to go to Kempton Park. Jeff attended his first Point-to-Point at Kilworthy in 1977 and has been hooked ever since. He set up Westcountry Videos in 1990 and films mostly in Devon & Cornwall and Wessex, but often ventures as far afield as the West Midlands, Wales and East Anglia with his wife Sarah (an integral part of the team). West Country Videos film as many as 70 meetings per season and provide form guides for all the Devon & Cornwall Point-to-Point racecards, plus some in Wessex.
David Jones Media
Like most videographers, David and Barbara first started as still photographers but felt the best way to monitor their Point-to-Pointers' performance was by watching it on video. While filming a race they were asked to cover a Point-to-Point meeting. That was over 15 years ago and the rest, as they say, is history. David Jones Media now cover meetings as far south as the Essex meeting at High Easter, all of the Midlands Area meetings and several in Yorkshire and Cheshire. In 2015, the Company was awarded the Mark Ashton Achievement Award at the Annual Awards Dinner for their contribution to Point-to-Point racing in the Midlands Area.
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