Larkhill, Wiltshire

Longest course in country after Aintree. Wide galloping track, allowing fresh ground throughout the season, on well-drained chalk downland that has never been ploughed. Steady climb up to last 6 furlongs can test the non-stayer. General public can park where they like, with great views of the course.

SF: 18 - 20

RH 1 and a third Circuits of course per race

3 mile: 13 Fences - 18 Jumps in race

3 Open Ditches (3/16 & 11)

2 mile 4 furlong: 13 Fences - 15 Jumps in race

2 Open Ditches (8 & 13)

Meetings: Hursley Hambledon Hunt; Larkhill Racing Club; Royal Artillery Hunt; Combined Services; New Forest Hounds; Avon Vale Hunt; South & West Wilts Hunt - enquire here for the latest information about Point-to-Pointing in the Wessex Area, admission prices and Trade Stand availability

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5m NW of Amesbury, 10m N of Salisbury, nr A303, A345 and A360 - nearest station - Salisbury
PTP Area
Right handed



The going at Larkhill is Good. Area steward very pleased with conditions. First race 12.30. Charity race at 11.30.