Hunt: Belvoir

Peterborough Hound Show 1890

In no month is foxhunting so far off as in July. To keep it in memory, the Festival of Peterborough has been invented, and to the event flock as many as can to whom a foxhound is appreciated for itself and not a mere excuse for a ride. A pleasant gathering, and instructive, it was...

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The Famous ‘Clawson Thorns Hunt’ of 1926

Posted on Monday, December 5, 2011 in:
Subject: Foxhound
Hunt:

The 9th January 1926 will long be remembered in Belvoir annals as the occasion of one of the longest and severest hunts that has taken place in Leicestershire for many years. The large field included the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and Prince Henry. The weather was fine and mild, with less wind...

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