Coakham Bloodhounds News

2018/19 Meet Card now available

Puppy Hunt

Hounds will meet at

5pm on Tuesday 25th September 

at Bainden Farm, Witherenden Road, Mayfield, TN206RP. 

By very kind permission of Mr G Brickell and family. 

Parking will be in a large stubble field by an old wooden barn, there will be a sign.


Cap £20 - please complete the disclaimer below and bring with you.

Upcoming Sunday Puppy Hunts :

30th SEPTEMBER - 9am at Pigdown Farm, Hever TN8 7LX
7th OCTOBER - 9am at Goblands Farm, Hadlow TN11 0EB
More details nearer the time.

Look out for Wednesday evening hunts on Facebook.


Cap £20  - please complete the disclaimer below and bring with you.

TN8 7NA  
£10 per horse. 
This is an invitation to local hunt followers. The full 160 acres will be open for your enjoyment, schooling and merriment to prepare you and your horse for the coming season. 
Refreshments available. 
Please support our lovely landowners for this special event.

9.30 am – 1.00 pm
Optional jumps
Over the Pevensey Levels
Starting from & parking at

Montague, Hankham Hall Road, Hankham,

Nr. Pevensey, East Sussex, BN24 5BB

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.

Tweets from Coakham Bloodhounds @TheCoakham

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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