See the MHC website's Racing /Preview page or the QH Facebook page for Emma Foreman's preview of the Quorn point-to-point races to be held on Sunday 27th April

Quorn point to point: Clerk of the Course Brian Crawford reported, on Monday 21st lunchtime that the going at Garthorpe was ‘good to firm’ and raceable. Garthorpe has since had rain. Brian will monitor the ground and water it as required to produce good ground for Sunday.

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Sunday 27th
QH point to point, Garthorpe
Saturday 7th
QH Tuesday Country Summer Ball
The Quorn Hunt
Form Object
Markham House - Friday 24th January 2014
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Claire Lomas

Quorn point to point
27th April

Claire Lomas is coming to the QH Point to Point on 27th April. She has just published her autobiography Finding my Feet and will be doing an interview after the Ladies Open and a book signing. In light of this, the 4th Race – The Midlands Area Club Members Race – will now run at 2.50pm (5 mins later than published) with all subsequent races running 35 mins later.
There will also be a 1m 6f Charity Flat Race. For details contact: Ashley Bealby 01572-717601 or 07824 825266. There is an entry form in the Downloads area opposite =>


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The Quorn Hunt was founded in 1696 and takes its name from the Leicestershire village of Quorn where the hounds were kenneled from 1753 until 1904. The Quorn Hunt is one of the best known hunts in England and extends a warm welcome to many visitors from both the UK and internationally. The Quorn hunts within the restrictions of the Hunting Act 2004.