Come hunting with us!
Wilton Hunt Newcomers Day
Sat 20th October near Alderholt (details from Hon Sec)
8am meet with breakfast afterwards
A morning suitable for all levels of riding, jumping, non jumping and plodders. All welcome young and old. If you know anyone who wants to see if they and their horse enjoy trail hunting, let them know, The weather forecast is looking good, for a fun morning.
Parking will be at the meet.
Any newcomers wanting to come cap is £20
The Hunt Club will be providing a heart-warming hunt breakfast from 10am including bacon butties and burgers, teas, coffee and cake all for a fiver.
Please contact Wendy Coombes, Hon Sec, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07967 594449 for details and to let her know you are coming.
If you are new to trail hunting, have a look at your questions answered page.
The Wilton is renowned for its warm welcome to visitors and newcomers.
We provide good, interesting and enjoyable sport (under the terms of the Hunting Act 2004), great company and excellent jumping (or not if you prefer) over some of the most beautiful and varied countryside in the land.
Come and join us!
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Remember - if you are a visitor, newcomer or non-subscriber you must contact the Hon Sec, Wendy Coombes, to let her know you are coming out so that we know to expect you.
Please go to the Subscription & Day Cap tab for how much it will cost to come hunting and contributions expected for the Campaign for Hunting.
Fox hunting for kids - a new document from the Countryside Alliance
Hunting and Animal Welfare: the new film from the Countryside Alliance
From Barney White-Spunner, Executive Chairman of the Countryside Alliance:
Jim Barrington, the CA's animal welfare consultant, presents a new film on hunting which should be prescribed viewing for those on both side of the argument. The film, entitled "Foxhunting: cruel sport or natural chase," sees Jim present the case for hunting in a calm, factual manner, beginning by observing that despite the Hunting Act "this is an issue that has not been resolved".