By Will Milburn

YORKSHIRE Area Point-to-Point returns on Sunday at Sheriff Hutton with 101 entries entered on a seven-race card.

Reorganised from last year when the event was unable to take place due to Covid, the event will be held in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The race starts at 11.45am and entry is £10 on the gate. There will be hot food and a licensed bar available throughout the day.

Racing kicks off with a level two Conditions race which has been split into two divisions to accomodate the 26 entries.

Division one features several recent winners, including Feuille de Lune, who is a dual-winner this season for Kelly Morgan.

The winner if returning to form looks likely to come from the Chris Dawson-trained Steely Addition, formerly a maiden winner for Dawson. The son of Craigsteel went on to reach a top British Horseracing Authority rating of 150 when with Philip Hobbs.

In division two, the two stand-out performers both are returning from a year or two on the side lines. Burrenbridge Hotel beat Monbeg Chit Chat when last seen back in March 2020, and that form looks very strong now. Clondaw Anchor is another with some useful form, but it may be worth trusting in Global Racing, who won at this course back in April.

The Restricted is next on the card, followed by the Ladies' Open, the Men's Open, a three-mile Conditions Maiden, and the two-mile-and-four-furlong Goffs four-, five- and six-year-old Maiden.

The postcode for the meeting is YO6O 6TN.