The Easton Harriers hunt is holding a Ladies’ Day on 28 February to encourage Suffolk women who have never hunted before to try the sport.
Joint-master Lydia Freeman will hunt a bitch pack, while male members of the hunt will lend “sane” horses for newcomers.
Secretary Jayne Ackland-Snow said: “We will have a full English breakfast with champagne and a proper hunt tea afterwards.
It promises to be a spectacular day — something a bit different and fun.”
Cap is £60 to hunt, £10 for breakfast only.
This news story was first published in the current issue of Horse & Hound (24 February, 2011)