Notices

9/15/2020

The 2020 Foxfield Fall Races will be run on Sunday, October 4. 

 

Shawan Downs is going to run as a point to point this year. on Saturday, September 26 The central entry office will be taking entries.

The race conditions are posted on the Maryland Condition Book tab.

 

The Shawan Downs Flat Races will be held on Sunday, September 27. There will be two 1 1/2 mile flat races for amateur and apprentice riders. One of these races is open and the second is for maidens. Entries close 11:00 am, Monday, September 12. Scratch time will be 11:00 am, Wednesday, September 23. Entries will be taken by the Central Entry Office, 540-439-3820. Additional Race Information: Danielle Oster 443-386-2097.

 

Shawan Downs will offer TIMBER SCHOOLING, before and/or after the flat races. Interested parties must contact Danielle Oster to register for timber schooling. The price for timber schooling is $150 per horse.

You can find all Race release forms, including the new COVID-19 screening form, on our Releases page.

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Kinross Farm's Just Wait and See (Chris Gracie) won the open timber race at Old Dominion. Douglas Lees photo

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Wendy Hendriks' Surprising Soul (McLean Hendriks) won the open hurdle race at Old Dominion. Douglas Lees

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Melissa Cantacuzene's Yankee Doodle Boy (Barry Foley) won a maiden hurdle race at Old Dominion. Douglas Lees photo

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Sara E. Collette's Eryx (Emme Fullilove) won the Virginia Bred flat race at Ol Dominion. Douglas Lees Photo

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Beverly R. Steinman's Invester (Sophie Henerlius) at Old Dominion. Douglas Lees Photo

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Mell Boucher won the Restricted Young Rider Race at Old Dominion on Why Not Racing LLC's True Calling

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Hudson River Farms' Codrington College (Darren Nagle) leads Charles C. Fenwick, Jr., Michael Hankin and Charles Noell's Doc Cebu (Midhael Mitchell) at the water jump in the Virginia Gold Cup. Doc Cebu won and Codrington College was second.

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Charles C. Fenwick, Jr., Michael Hankin and Charles Noell's Doc Cebu (Michael Mitchell) won the Virginia Gold Cup

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Bruton Street-US's Snap Decision (Sean McDermottl) won the David Semmes Memorial at the Virginia Gold Cup Races. Douglas Lees photo

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Kinross Farm's Just Wait And See (Chris Gracie) won the open timber race at the Warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Douglas Lees photo

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Kinross Farm's Just Wait And See (Chris Gracie) won the open timber race at the Warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Douglas Lees photo

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Team Ollie's Orchestra Leader (Mell Boucher) won the open hurdle race at the Warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Beverly R. Steinman's Be Somebody (Sophie Henelius) won the amateuer/novice rider hurdle race at the Warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Welcome Here Farm's Second Amendment (Skylar McKenna) won the novice timber race at the warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Meadow Run Farm's Full Time party (Archie MacAuley) won the amateur and novice rider timber race at the Warrenton Hunt Point to Point. Rich Clay photo

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S. Rebecca Shepherd's Curve of Stones (Gerard Galligan) won the Virginia bred, sired or certified flat race at the Wrrenton Hunt Point to Point. This was Gerard Galligan' third win on the card. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Julie Nafe's Gun Lobby won the side saddle race at the Wrrenton Hunt Point to Point. Douglas Lees photo

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Armata Stables' Highway Prince (Eddie Keating) won the maiden timber race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Douglas Lees photo

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Rosbrian Farm's Stooshie (Arhie MacCauley) won the maiden flat race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Alice Porter photo

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Armata Stables' Highway Prince (Eddie Keating) won the maiden timber race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Liz Callar photo

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Irvin S. Naylor's Withoutmoreado (Skylar McKenna) won the lady rider timber race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Liz Callar photo

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Irvin S. Naylor's Withoutmoreado (Skylar McKenna) won the lady rider timber race over Erin Swope's Sweet Talking Guy at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower

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Irvin S. Naylor's Withoutmoreado (Skylar McKenna - left) won the lady rider timber race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Erin Swopes Sweet Talking Guy was second. Douglas Lees photo

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Sanna Neilson's Lawn Ranger (Parker Hendriks) won the amateur and novice rider timber race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Terry Whittier's Georgie Hyphen (Willie McCarthy) won the open flat race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Lesley & David Hower photo

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Silverton Hill LLC's Bodes Well (James Slater-pink silks) won the second division of the open flat race at the Rappahannock Hunt Point to Point. Douglas Lees photo

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Rosbrian Farm's Stooshie ( Archie MacAuley) won the maiden flat race. Lesley & David Hower photo

Welcome to the Central Entry Office! Please remember that this is a work in progress. If you have problems or questions send an email to admin@centralentryoffice.com or call us at (540) 439-3820. Not all of the historical information has been entered into the database at this time. It is being updated as quickly as possible. A huge thank you to The Chronicle of the Horse for making their files available to us.