The horses will be off and running this weekend as area hunts sponsor point-to-points in Glenelg, Maryland, and Middleburg, Virginia, on Saturday and at Marlborough in Davidsonville, Maryland, on Sunday. In Middleburg, the first of eight races begins at 1 Saturday at Glenwood Park. Featured are the 53rd running of the 3 1/4-mile Middleburg Bowl over timber and a two-mile owner-rider hurdle in the First Colony series. From Washington, take a right off U.S. 50 in Middleburg at the blinking light. Admission is $3 per person. Call 703/327-6247 or 327-6923. The Howard County Hunt drops the first race tape at 2:30. The three-mile Howard County Cup over 18 fences headlines the five-race card on Merriweather Farm. Take Route 29 to Route 32, left towards Clarksville to Route 108, left on Route 32 for five miles, then left on Burntwood Road. Follow hunt-club markers to farm. Admission is $5 per car. For more information call 301/253-3213, 489-4642 or 531-2830. Post-time for Marlborough's eight-race Sunday program is 1:30 at Roedown Farm. (A hunter-pairs race is scheduled for noon.) Featured among three flat and five jumping events is the three-mile timber test, the $1,000 Roedown Cup. Take U.S. 50 east to the Davidsonville exit or right on Route 424. Follow hunt markers. Admission is $3 per person. Call 301/261-4267, or 888-1454.