Hunt Reports

Great Runs: The Langar Run 1989 Belvoir Hunt

Posted on Monday, June 5, 2017
Written by: Foxford

The Belvoir bitch pack achieved a remarkable hunt from their meet at Plungar on Saturday, December 2, 1989 reflecting great credit on huntsman Robin Jackson and his staff. The pack completed a hunt of 18 miles as hounds ran, with a seven-mile point, catching their fox. Carried out in modern conditions, this hunt certainly ranks...

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The Meath Foxhounds at The Snail Box Bar

Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Written by: Noel Mullins www.noelmullins.com
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Mounted hunting in County Meath in Ireland can be traced back to Mr. Nicholson’s Hunt in 1723. Two other packs those of Mr. Pollock of Mountainstown and Mr. Gerrard of Gibbstown amalgamated in 1817 to form the Clongill Hunt, which is the basis of the present Meath Foxhounds. The hunt club is headed up by...

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The Three Counties Bloodhounds Visit Caradoc

Posted on Monday, February 27, 2017
Written by: Byron John MBH
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During a recent joint meet with the Golden Valley Hunt at Dorstone, Mjr Patrick Darling kindly invited us to Caradoc Estate to hunt. The ground on the banks of the River Wye consists of pasture, stubble, woodland and all weather gallops and boasts many hunt jumps…ideal for a days blood hounding. Caradoc sits within the...

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Christ Church & Farley Hill Beagles at The Crown, Charlton on Otmoor

Posted on Thursday, December 29, 2016
Written by: Peter Brook
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With all the students having fled back home for this year’s Christmas holidays,  writes Henry de Fosard MH we relied on our strong base of local support and a smattering of the dedicated students at Otmoor on Boxing day. Karen Kressenberg and Judy Kirk, Master Huntsman and Hon. Secretary of the Mells Foxhounds in Tennessee...

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Report on Destinaire Farm (Boxing Day)

Posted on Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Written by: Mary
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I just want to thank Ed Gamble for allowing us to meet at Destinaire Farm on Boxing Day and for him getting back from PA in time to be able to see us off.  He told me he had only been back at the farm for 5 minutes before we came to hunt!  I also...

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Burne Bloodhounds Lower Drayton Farm Penkridge

Posted on Friday, December 16, 2016
Written by: Peter Brook
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The Burne Bloodhounds met at Lower Drayton Farm Penkridge Staffordshire by kind permission of The Bower Family. A dry day for what turned out to be a very good day. The ground was heavy but a reasonable field turned out along with our host’s daughter Charlotte Bower who with her great enthusiasm helped entertain us...

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Ashland Bassets Master’s Report from Glen Bolton, Virginia December 11th 2016

Posted on Monday, December 12, 2016
Written by: Peter Brook

This Sunday was another OMG day at Glen Bolton.  Even though the weather was cold – in the mid 30s with a wind – the day was good.  We had a field of about 10 members come brave the cold and I don’t think they were disappointed.  I had Avatar, Aviator, and Avid out as...

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7th December 2014 Fauld Hall Tutbury Staffordshire

Posted on Saturday, December 3, 2016
Written by: Peter Brook
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The Burne Bloodhounds met at Fauld Hall, a new meet by kind permission of Sir Ian and Lady Ley. The country was varied to say the least with flat water meadows to start followed by the steep inclines of land over “Duchy” land farmed by Mr and Mrs Brown that took us into the village...

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January Coyotes

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Written by: Peter Brook

We had a super hunt yesterday. Hounds were very keen out of the kennel, and knowing a storm was brewing, expectation was high. The warmth from the last several days had melted much of the snow, but those melting snowfields lent some drama to the footing. Keeping the slippery conditions in mind, hounds were cast...

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Tri Meet Masters Report (Ashland Bassets Report)

Posted on Monday, November 28, 2016
Written by: Mary
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Hill & Hollow hosted a very nice stirrup cup with Port and Sherry and a variety of cheeses. We started about 5 after 2, after some announcements were made. We had a pack of 10 ½ couple and I think we had the only first year entry – Aviator. He was not really happy with...

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