Pleasure ride 17th June

Meet at New Mills SK22 1EB (exact address tbc). This is an informal, casual ride open to all levels and abilities. The ride will start in the Peak District town of New Mills and take you over the breath taking views of Kinder Scout including the Sett Valley Trail and the Pennine Bridleway . The ride will be approx 3hrs with refreshments and of course great company, cap is £15 per rider and dress code is casual. Hope to see you all there.

 

 

Sponsored Ride at Chatsworth 2017

Our Sponsored Ride at Chatsworth 2017 will be on Saturday 1st July.

 Bookings are now OPEN. 

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Closed Season Events & Diary Dates

Our lovely hounds will be parading at shows throughout the closed season. Please come along and show your support.

Saturday 29th April Barlborough Country fair: "We would like to say a massive THANK YOU for brining your horsess and hounds to Barlborough Hall; we have had hundreds of comments to say they loved meeting the hounds."

Wednesday 31st May Stafford County Show 

Saturday 10th June Clifton Campville 

Wednesday 21st June Royal Cheshire Show

Sunday 25th June Derby County Show 

Saturday 15th July Alrewas Show

Thursday 3rd August Bakewell Show

Sunday 6th August Derbyshire Shire Assoc

Wednesday 9th August Ashover Show

Saturday 19th August Ashbourne Show

Saturday 2nd Sept Chatsworth Country Fair 

 

FRIDAY 18TH FEB HUNT BALL at HASSOP HALL

 

 

Text Alert Service

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In addition to our Meet Hotline we are now offering a FREE text alert service.  In the event that a meet has to be cancelled or altered at short notice we can text you as soon as we know.

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From time to time we may also notify you of forthcoming events by text or e mail, if you have supplied an e mail address.  If you would prefer not to be added to our events database please say when subscribing to this service.

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Photos from this past Season by Tracy Muir

Tracy Muir has taken some wonderful photos of meets this season. You can see more at her website, www.tracymuirphotography.co.uk.

Meets - General Information

All fixtures commence at 12pm on a Sunday unless otherwise stated. Details relating to each fixture will be updated as locations are confirmed. There is a second Field Master at all exercises and meets for those who want a less challenging day.

ENQUIRIES: If you have any questions about the day, please ring and ask.

Chris Kane, MBH on 07854 412370

Venues can be changed at short notice, so always check the website.

Please park considerately.When un-boxing please park sensibly, you should make sure that you are not blocking a lane or driveway. Take care not to park on a manicured verge or do anything that may cause congestion or inconvenience to other road users.

Arrive at the meet a little before the time that is stated on the meet card. On arrival at the meet as a matter of courtesy say "good morning" to the Huntsman and Whippers-in and the Masters. Helen Best is responsible for collecting the cap (your contribution towards the Hunt's cost) and ensuring you have signed a disclaimer.

If you recognise them thank the farmer or landowner who is hosting the meet and thank the person who gives the 'stirrup cup'’. The Four Shires prides itself on being a welcoming hunt. So the more people you talk to at the meet, the friendlier the atmosphere that is created. In particular, remember to greet people on foot and make those who are out for the first time feel welcome.

Always make sure, that should you be in close proximity to hounds, that you face your horse towards them. Do not allow your horse to tread on or kick a hound. If your horse does break this golden rule you should apologise to the Huntsman and indicate which hound was struck, so that she can deal with it if necessary. If a veterinary bill results from the injury, you are obliged to pay the cost.