Coakham Bloodhounds News

If you would like to purchase tickets please email Miss Jorrocks’ carer katrina.arnold@btinternet.com with your requirements and we will attend to them directly.

Next Meet

 

Hounds will meet at

12 Noon on Sunday 24th February

At Hole Park, Rolvenden, TN17 4JA.

By very kind permission of Mr Edward Barham and family.

 

This is a lawn meet and we do ask you all to plait.

 

Parking will be in a stubble field 20m past the main drive, it will be signposted. Please all be ready to hack down the drive to the meet en mass at 11.50am prompt.

 

There are some hedges for those who want to jump them and ways round for those who don't. We will have a non jumping Master.

 

People going to the meet on foot may park at the end of the main drive on the left hand side, please do not make a mess as the gardens will soon be open to the public.

 

Tea will be provided, please bring cakes and sandwiches.

 

Cap: Adults - £45, 18 & Under - £25

 

If you have not done a disclaimer this season please download one from the link below and bring it with you. 

2018/19 Meet Card now available

Hunt Merchandise

To order Hunt Merchandise text Lisa Baker on 07940071349, message her on Facebook or look out for her at forthcoming rides/hunts and other CBH events.

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The Coakham Bloodhounds are one of the oldest Bloodhound packs in the UK, and they hunt over a wide area in Kent and Sussex. They hunt "the cleanboot" (ie the unadulterated human scent left by a man or woman running ahead of the pack). Hunting with a pack of bloodhounds is one of the least artificial method of hunting organised quarry, and, whereas a fox will run freely, a human quarry can make more effective use of the increasingly urbanised countryside. The hounds hunt by scent alone, unlike many other breeds of hounds that hunt by sight.

First Time Out?

Read our First Time Out Guide to help make your first hunt with the Coakham Bloodhounds both enjoyable and safe. 

Our kind sponsors include Howard Newitt and Milbourn Equine Vets.

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