Hunt Reports

Notes on the Atherstone from 1881

Posted on Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Written by: Peter Brook
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This Kennel Report from 1881 would be useful for anyone with an interest in hound breeding, particularly Old English lines The Atherstone has become, under Mr Oakley’s care and judgment, one the most perfect packs in England, and each year there have been signs of improvement as regards the strains of blood introduced. Last year,...

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Old Dominion Hounds Meet at Flint Hill

Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020
Written by: Betsy Burke Parker, Hon. Sec., Old Dominion Hounds
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October 17th started out sort of a normal hunting day from Hunter’s Rest. The Old Dominion Hounds met at the Flint Hill, Virginia fixture – site of the original ODH kennels when established and recognized in 1924 (the farm occupies the back field of the original kennels, where they used to pen the imported red...

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Peshawar Vale Hunt Report 2020

Posted on Saturday, September 19, 2020
Written by: Peshawar Vale Hunt
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Master’s Report (Format taken from 1934-35 season PVH hunt report, sent from Colonel A. V. T. Wakely, Master, PVH to England) General Summary. Number of days hunted … 10 Days lost through rain … 2 Blank days … 0 Average Field … 7 Largest Field … 43 Number of jack killed … 0 brace Number...

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Itchen Down Farm 2018

Posted on Monday, December 3, 2018
Written by: Jeremy Whaley
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Itchen Down Farm is one of those dates on the calendar that is a “must do” for so many people each year. It offers beautiful countryside for all on foot or on horseback ,to watch hounds work in, and a cracking ride for those who like to kick on. Dick Burge is always so welcoming...

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Holywell Meet 2018

Posted on Monday, November 26, 2018
Written by: Jeremy Whaley MBH
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Holywell has become one of the most popular meets of the year, I suspect partly because of the beauty of the estate and partly because of the generosity of our host’s the Earl and Countess of Clarendon. Thanks to Tom ‘s team of Quarries for giving us four hunts over perfect going. Young Harry Mitchell...

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Corhampton Lane Farm 2018

Posted on Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Written by: Jeremy Whaley
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Perfect weather led to a good turnout at Corhampton Lane Farm, and I am so grateful to Dick Hall for giving us access to such perfect going for both novice and experienced riders. This venue also gives great views of the hounds working both for the riders and foot followers. Kenzo was his usual Jekyll...

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Leeds Farm March 2018

Posted on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Written by: Mary
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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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Ashland Bassets at Aldie September 2017

Posted on Sunday, September 17, 2017
Written by: Mary Reed, MBH
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I took a 6 couple to Aldie on Thursday – not entirely the best crew but I wanted to give the good hounds a day off as well as giving the border line hounds a good chance to proof themselves. I want to thank Jean Roberts for helping out. I casted the hounds into the...

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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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