Have you been hunting in Wales with either the Curre and Llangibby or the Llangeinor Pentyrch Hunts when the H&H hunting correspondent paid a visit? If so, why not take a look at the gallery below to see if you were spotted by our photographers.
Following the recent amalgamation of the Llangeinor and Pentyrch Hunts, the two day per week pack now has a more viable country. With their kennels based near Bridgend, the hunt subscription is just £200 per year with no added field money — something that would be classed as quite extraordinary to subscribers to packs in the Shires.
Jane Jones, Richard Phipps and Rob Lewis
Andy Jones and Gail Pugh
Cyril Liley MFH with members of the field
Brian Hughes MFH with Mair Hughes and George Bowyer
Members of the field watching the hounds
Huntsman Mark Reynolds with whipper in Steven Pothecary
Pictures by Jon Stroud Media
Curre and Llangibby
The result of another successful amalgamation of the Curre and the Llangibby Hunts in 2001, this pack enjoys hunting two days per week in their country in South Monmouthshire. A large percentage of grassland still exists within the country and accessibility has been enhanced by the construction of many hunt jumps.
Elaine Blanchbury and Amy Lee Burrows
Rebecca Harris, Guy Lewis and Louisa Morgan (l-r)
Pictures by www.sarahfarnsworth.co.uk
Don’t miss our full hunting reports in the latest issue of Horse & Hound magazine, out Thursday 12 March, 2015