Were you out recently with either the Ledbury or Puckeridge when the H&H hunting correspondents paid a visit? If so, why not take a look at the gallery below to see if you were spotted by our photographers.
The Ledbury hedge country is notorious and the pack has a reputation of being one that goes and performs. The country lies in Hereford, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, covering 35 miles north to south and 16 miles east to west. It is adjoined by the North Herefordshire, North Ledbury, Croome and West Warwickshire, the Cotswold Vale Farmers and the Berkeley. Hounds have hunted the area around Ledbury on the Hereford for over 300 years.
Pictures by Sarah Farnsworth
A ditch, arable and grass country, the hunt covers 19 miles north to south and 22 miles east to west in Hertfordshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire. Dating back to 1725, the Puckeridge was once amalgamated with the Newmarket and Thurlow to form the Puckeridge and Thurlow, but the union was dissolved in 1992 and the Puckeridge reverted to its old boundaries.
Pictures by Peter Nixon
Don’t miss our full reports from both packs in the 8 January issue of Horse & Hound magazine
To see the full range of pictures taken by our photographer, visit www.horseandhound.co.uk/galleries