Piedmont Fox Hounds Point-To-Point Recap

The Piedmont Fox Hounds Point-to-Point took place on March 25th, at the historic Salem Racecourse in Upperville, VA. The card was made up of eight races, ranging from a mile and a quarter to three and a half miles around the track. This meet is important to local fans of the sport who get to come out in the Northern Virginia area and see one of the first racing events of the year.

The story of the day was Jockey Teddy Davies winning his second Rokeby Bowl in the last two years. He won the race last year at Piedmont on Mystic Strike. He returned and won it again this year on a horse named To Be or Not to Be.

The spring PTP season continues at Ben Venue Farm in Washington, VA on April 8 (Old Dominion Hounds), the Woodley Farm in Berryville April 16 (Blue Ridge Hunt), Morven Park in Leesburg April 23 (Loudoun Hunt) and Glenwood Park in Middleburg April 30 (Middleburg Hunt).

Thanks to Douglas Lees for the Exceptional Photography!

Maiden Timber race winner The Butler Yates ridden by Freddie Procter
Piedmont Amateur and Novice Rider Timber Race winner Paddy’s Crown ridden by Teddy Davies leading second place Barrister ridden by Colin Smith
Foxhunter Timber race winner Island Nation ridden by Conor Tierney
The Lady Rider Timber race was won by Be Counted and rider Elizabeth Scully
Rokeby Challenge Bowl winner To Be or Not to Be ridden by Teddy Davies
Teddy Davies on To Be or Not to Be passing 2nd place finisher Shootist in the Rokeby Challenge Bowl
Teddy Davies won his second Rokeby Challenge Bowl in last two years on To Be or Not to Be
VHBPA flat race winner Vincent Van Gogo ridden by Freddie Procter