Were you out recently with either the North Cotswold or the South Durham when the H&H hunting correspondents paid a visit? If so, why not take a look at the galleries below to see if you were spotted by our photographers.
Despite a good covering of snow on the day the H&H correspondent visited, it was business as usual. Often described as “one of the most notable of the smaller hunts”, the North Cotswolds dates back to 1772.
Centred on the town of Broadway, the hunt country covers approximately 250 square miles of the northern end of Gloucestershire and the Southern corner of Worcestershire.
Photos by www.sarahfarnsworth.co.uk
Mark Russell pops a fence with ease
Crisp snow and bright sunshine made for an exhilarating day
Amateur whipper-in John Trice-Rolph
Winter sunshine: Karen Smith and companion
A field of over 70 mounted followers enjoyed the hospitality at the South Durham meet.
One of the longest established hunts in the area, the country cover from the River Wear in the north, to the River Tees in the south.
Photographs by Trevor Meeks
Andrew Morally tackles a fence in style
Garry Watchman, who has been in the South Durham mastership since 2006, receives a helping hand
Ross Crawford flies one of the South Durham country’s substantial hedges
Annabelle Shields jumps in style
Starting young: Ashley Effard escorting Gareth Watchman’s daughter Lilly Watchman
A follower pops a fence with ease