Visitors to this year’s popular Nunney International Horse Trials, which take place from June 19 to June 21, will be able to buy reduced priced tickets if they purchase them in advance via the website, writes Lucy Johnson.
Dean ‘The Cobra’ Tratt kept up his season-long unbeaten record when he defeated the much vaunted George Scutt of Sydenham ABC at the Yeovil ABC tournament held at Westlands Social Club, writes Neil Parsons.
Harry Tincknell scored a second consecutive European Le Mans Series rostrum finish when, together with Simon Dolan and Filipe Albuquerque, he finished third at Imola, but the end result could have been so different.
The fifth annual Oxfam Exe Kayak Rally, organised by Exe Sailing Club and sponsored by Graham Sykes Insurance, proved to be another big success, on and off the water, despite the weather doing its best to spoil things.
Showjumping takes centre stage at Bicton Arena this Friday (May 15), when more than 500 competitors will be competing over three days in four different arenas with 350 horses stabled on site for the duration.
Lympstone boxing club’s final tournament of the season at Exmouth Pavilion when they entertained The Famous Finchley club from London was a resounding success with 14 well matched bouts watched by a capacity audience, writes Neil Parsons
Will Biddick edged closer to the British point to point jockeys’ record total of winners in a season with his second double of the weekend, this time at the Four Burrow point-to-point held at Trebudannon, writes Granville Taylor.
Torbay Motor Club’s opening speed event in 2015, their annual hill climb at Wiscombe Park on Saturday, May 16 has again received a full capacity entry, the 130 cars and nearly 50 motor bikes matching 2014’s record field.
The 23-year-old, along with Simon Dolan (GB) and Mitch Evans (NZ) swept their JOTA Sport Gibson 015S-Nissan to a sensational one-lap victory in the 700-mile race staged in dry and mainly sunny weather conditions.
Exmouth Harrier’s ‘Tough of the Trail’, Lisa Hatchard followed up her London Marathon race of six days earlier by lining up for the Pony Express Ultra Marathon over 60 miles covered in two stages last weekend, writes Dave Eveleigh.
A good crowd were treated to some exciting finishes at the Stevenstone Point-to-Point meetingat Vauterhill on Bank Holiday Monday where the heavy rain stayed away until after the last race, writes Donna Harris.
Will Biddick is marching on towards his half century for the season in his quest for a fourth consecutive National jockeys’ title, and put three more winners in the bag at the Axe Vale meeting, writes Granville Taylor.
Lympstone ABCs Middleweight Dean Tratt boxed for Devon against the Royal Marines at HMS Drake Plymouth on Saturday and kept his season’s unbeaten record when he won a points decision against Marine Max Nutini, writes Neil Parsons.