Brandywine Hills Point to Point, April 1

The annual Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point race will be held Sunday, April 1 and gates open at 10 a.m.; first race 11:00 p.m.

The event is at the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance’s Myrick Conservation Center, Rt. 842 between Unionville and West Chester.

Be part of history as the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point races celebrate their 76th running! For many, the races signify the beginning of spring and are a family tradition – a chance to gather the kids, and dog with a tailgate picnic and get outside!

The lovely Chester County countryside is a perfect backdrop in which to watch the excitement of beautiful, athletic horses galloping over cross country jumps. The afternoon starts with the pony races showcasing the youngest of riders and builds to the excitement of powerful horses guided by daring jockeys over an imposing course of steeplechase jumps at a full gallop. And if the kids get tired of watching horses, don’t worry; the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point prides itself on its organized children’s activities, like their classic stick pony races, a Lenape Lore tent, face painting and more. Dogs, on leashes, are welcome too. Don’t forget to take a chance on a great assortment of outstanding raffle prizes ranging from various event tickets to dining gift certificates to artwork.

General admission is only $20/carload. Premium parking and sponsorship opportunities are also available. See for more information.

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