We were starting to think the day would never come. While we’ve had several dates and many iterations, it's finally time to celebrate our wedding with all of our loved ones! Join us on May 21, 2022 for the Radnor Hunt Races.

Jack & Laura

Saturday, May 21, 2022 • Newtown Square, PA

We were starting to think the day would never come. While we’ve had several dates and many iterations, it's finally time to celebrate our wedding with all of our loved ones! Join us on May 21, 2022 for the Radnor Hunt Races.

Jack & Laura

Saturday, May 21, 2022 • Newtown Square, PA

About the Races

This year marks the 91st running of the Radnor Hunt Races, held on the grounds of the Radnor Hunt in Willistown Township, Chester County. The National Hunt Cup and the Radnor Hunt Cup headline the day's six races.


The Radnor Hunt, founded in 1883, is the oldest foxhunt in the United States, recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America. The first Radnor Hunt Races were held in 1928 at Chesterbrook, PA, the former estate of A.J. Cassatt.


In 1980, the Radnor Hunt and Brandywine Conservancy began a partnership spearheaded by Betty Moran and George "Frolic" Weymouth. Under their leadership, the Radnor Hunt Races became Racing for Open Space. For over 40 years, the Brandywine Conservancy has been the sole beneficiary of the Radnor Hunt Races. With over $5 million raised, those funds have fueled the Conservancy's vital efforts to protect open space and water resources in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware. To date, more than 64,000 acres are permanently protected including the Radnor Hunt racecourse itself and the surrounding lands. The Radnor Hunt Races continues to attract the country's finest steeplechase horses, owners, trainers and riders.

- There are five (5) sanctioned races throughout the course of the day, in addition to one side-saddled event.


- Each race is a different length and has challenges, such as the type of track (brush or timber) and the number of jumps.


- Post time for the first race is 1:30 p.m. and there is a race approximately every 30 minutes. Expect the races to end at approximately 4:30 p.m.


- For your safety, as well as that of the riders and horses, the track crossings are closed at the start of each race and will not reopen until the official permits. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated. This is very relevant to us as our tent is located on the infield- across the track from where the shuttle will drop everyone off. If you get stuck on the other side for one of the races, enjoy the view from that side!