Welcome to Baily’s Hunting Directory

Welcome to Baily’s Hunting Directory. Since its earliest days Baily’s has been acknowledged as the best and only comprehensive listing of packs of hounds of all types from around the world. Our listing started in  1897 and is now updated daily. Baily’s provides subscribers with unique access to the past, present and future of hunting with hounds.
In addition to our well known ‘Directory’ section we now carry an extensive gallery of images from hound shows and events, a hound show results section going back to 1893 which we update daily. We also offer a repository of hundreds of interesting and helpful articles from some great authors covering the world of hunting with hounds and the country lifestyle.  If that was not enough we now offer a section on collecting and identifyng hunt buttons led by one of the World’s foremost authorities on hunt buttons.

For years Baily’s has been referred to as ” the red-backed bible of hunting” and we are confident that this latest iteration heralds many more decades of Baily’s being the  ‘go to ‘ guide for anyone interested in finding out more about all types of hunting and hounds.

From here you are able to setup a new subscription, update and maintain a current one, check hound show results or just sit back and enjoy the superb images captured by some very talented hunting photographers.

We have a full range of essential items for hunting people:- perhaps a printed Directory to start or complete a collection? Perhaps the Hunting Companion that small but invaluable reference work. In addition you can purchase our latest publications of which we are justifiably proud.  They include the 160 page Baily’s Hunt Report book that allows you to record the events of the day and refer to them for many years to come or our latrst hardback book ‘Great Days Two’  folowing on from ‘Great Days’ and providing a miscellany of hunting incidents and accidents both thought provoking and humorous from all parts of the hunting world.


Our latest news, shows, events and reports

The hunt breakfast and puppy show of the Britannia Beagles took place at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Saturday. Capt, S. J. Meyrick, R.N., presided over a very large gathering. After, the toast, Meyrick said that this was the third time and, he was sorry to say, the last time he would have the pleasure...

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Merger News

Friday, November 16, 2018

New Cobbydog Formulation

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Lowther Hound Show 2018

Sunday, August 19, 2018

South of England 2017

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Results Foxhound 2017 Dog Hounds Class 1 – Best entered dog hound bred and shown by local pack 1st CL&C Mascot 2nd ES&RM Darwin 3rd Old Berks Palmer Class 2 – Best couple of unentered dog hounds 1st Heythrop Rancher and Ransack 2nd CL&C Dragon and Droitwich 3rd C&H Sampson and Safeguard Champion unentered dog: ...

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South of England Show 2016

Thursday, October 18, 2018

South of England Show 2015

Thursday, October 18, 2018

South of England 2018

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Rydal Hound Show Results 2018

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Dunster Hound Show 25th July 2018

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Leeds Farm March 2018

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Many thanks to Bob and Leslie Yarbrough for allowing us to hunt at Leeds Manor Farm on Sunday.  I also want to thank Margaret Thomas and Camilla Moon for hosting the tea.  It was an OMG day hunting and the tea was wonderful!  We had many members out and we met the new owner of...

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Editorial

Back to the Future?

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Ever since the Hunting Act was forced through in Parliament using a variety of Draconian and largely undemocratic processes, a primary tenet of the hunting community has been to have it repealed in full, and therefore to support the politicians most likely to vote to repeal the Act who have mostly been considered to be…

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