point-to-point

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point-to-point

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a. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
b. (as modifier): a point-to-point race

point-to-point

A communications path from one location to another (point A to point B). Contrast with multipoint.
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A prolific point-to-pointer, he had been a winner there in 1974, '75 and '76.
While he personally owns and trains many point-to-pointers he has never won the race himself.
He retired on the spot, but continued to help his daughter Caroline with her successful team of point-to-pointers.
LADY Myfanwy, one of huntracing's most popular and prolific point-to-pointers, has run her last race.
Radharc Nahabhainn is among a catalogue of 214 horses in and out of training plus point-to-pointers for today's sale, which begins at 10.30am.
THERE isn't a boutique sale of point-to-pointers that doesn't end up with plenty of us rolling our eyes to heaven wondering how men who have made their millions through shrewd business skills can pay so much for jumps horses.
MINSGILL MANS, one of Wales' most popular point-to-pointers, has run his last race.
The sale after racing on Thursday was another success for Irish point-to-pointers. It showed that the demand is stronger than ever and there were British and Irish customers battling it out for the best horses.
Beth has three point-to-pointers for the coming Welsh season and they are Chestnut Annie, of course, Copper Caroll, a winner at Bonvilston last season, and newcomer, Roasted Chestnut.
DOROTHEA HALLAM, who ran a successful stable of hunter chasers and point-to-pointers in Kent in the 1960s, including horses owned by the Queen Mother, has died at the age of 89.
Renault car dealer Andrew Leyshon, of Pyle, near Bridgend, the trainer of point-to-pointers Check Up and Dancing Lyra, was in breach of regulations for point-to-point steeplechases.
"Sean has always supported a lot of local trainers and has a number of point-to-pointers these days too."