With this year’s point-to-point season entering its final furlong, Pembroke-shire riders and horses are featuring in the hunt for individual titles.

Lucy Jones moved six points clear of her rivals in the West Wales Area lady riders championships after getting the nod from the judge in the ladies open at the recent Banwen Miners meeting.

The area champion horse title will go right to the wire after Charlotte Rhead’s Warsaw Pact collected first and second place points at the meeting, lifting the gelding into joint first place with Dai Rees’ horse Rith Bob going into the last race of the season.

It’s been a very successful season for Clarbeston Road’s Dai Rees, who picked up another win in the intermediate race for Rimini, under regular pilot John Mathias, meaning Dai now has the two leading maiden horses in west Wales.

After another successful season, John is well clear in the area men’s title race.

Broad Haven’s Ruth Birt-Llewellin is trying hard to put pressure on novice rider title leader Nathan Deakin, with her win in the concluding maiden race on her father John’s Mister Trigger putting her within two points of the lead.

Peter Bowen’s Puncheston stable amateur Michael Byrne recorded a riding double on the day for trainer Robert Scrine, on Overlut, in the men’s open and Princess De Rome, in the restricted race.

The last meeting of the season takes place in Pembrokeshire on June 6th at Trecoed near Letterston. Racing starts at 2pm.