Definition of point-to-pointer in English:

point-to-pointer

noun

See point-to-point

‘‘I took out a permit five years ago and I train six or seven, mostly point-to-pointers,’ said McConville.’
  • ‘David Easterby, son of Mick, has a decent team of point-to-pointers and hunter chases under his care at Sheriff Hutton and Kings Boy can be another winner for him and rider Tom Greenall.’
  • ‘‘I only have two horses plus two point-to-pointers so this is a big thrill,’ said Fox.’
  • ‘Hard ground specialists consider the dedicated winter trainers to be mere point-to-pointers, whereas they are the genuine flat-race thoroughbreds.’
  • ‘At Warwick, Royal Corrouge, a former useful point-to-pointer, looks an interesting runner on his debut for top Lambourn trainer Nicky Henderson in the Nick Rees 50th Birthday Beginners' Chase.’