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Up until 1835 what is now known as the Heythrop country was hunted by the Duke of Beaufort’s hounds. Read More

Will Long, (Huntsman to the Beaufort since 1817), used to bring the hounds to Heythrop Park in the middle of September and remain there until Christmas. The next two months were spent in the Beaufort country, and then the remainder of the season was completed from Heythrop. Even in those days that arrangement proved impractical and so the independent hunt known by its present name was formed under the Mastership of Lord Redesdale, (who had two periods as Master) and Mr Langston, of Sarsden, with huntsman Jem Hills. The hunt staff continue to wear the Badminton livery of green coats. Famous Huntsmen over the years include Ronnie Wallace To read more click here

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