The North Cotswold Hunt

The North Cotswold Hunt has been described as ‘one of the most notable of the smaller Hunts’. The earliest record of foxhunting in the North Cotswolds dates back to 1772, when the area was part of the vast hunting ground of the Earls of Berkeley.

A link to this period survives in the distinctive primrose collar worn by Hunt members. In 1868 the North Cotswold Hunt was established with the Earl of Coventry maintaining the pack at his own expense. In 1867 it had finally been agreed that the North of the Cotswold country needed a separate pack in order to hunt it efficiently. The Earl of Coventry was the first Master, and as such the source of the coronet on the Hunt button. In 1873 when Lord Coventry stepped down local landowners and businessman agreed to continue and thereby created the subscription pack which remains to this day.

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POINT TO POINT 

Congratulations to Jake Launchbury on riding his first winner and commiserations to Archie Bellamy for coming so close!

Congratulations also to James Clarke on winning the Heavy Weight Cup.

Read a great report on the fixture with full results by Peter Mansell here

Forthcoming events

NCH 2013/ 2014 Season Fixture List

NCH 2013/ 2014 Season Fixture List

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Clay Shooting

Clay Shooting

Dates now available click link for details

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North Cotswold Hunt Hunter Trial

North Cotswold Hunt Hunter Trial

Sunday 31st August Lybrook Farm Broadway

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OTHER EVENTS

OTHER EVENTS

FOR OTHER EVENTS SEE "EVENTS" TAB ABOVE

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