fox hunter

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a mounted hunter who follows the hounds in pursuit of a fox

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David Fortenberry, an avid fox hunter and member of the Hardaway Whitworth Hounds, enthusiastically lights up when speaking about the hunt, the hunt country, the horses, the hounds, and the close friends that he has made over the years.
KATARINO, described as 'a horse that's got dodgy legs and doesn't breathe', overcame his afflictions - and a 364-day absence from the track - to land back-to-back wins in the John Smith's Fox Hunters Chase at Aintree yesterday.
For all their old hymns and clean jodhpurs, the fox hunters are not the salt of the earth.
The Fox Hunters, in Preston, North Shields, has been transformed into part of the Flaming Grill chain.
Either way, the fox hunters are in very sordid company.
A Cairn terriers were originally used as fox hunters and ratters in Scotland.
FOX hunters pledged their defiance to any ban on the sport by turning out in large numbers for the traditional start of the new season in the Midlands.
It appears that England is on the road toward banning fox hunting despite a rally of 100,000 fox hunters last summer at London's Hyde Park, and don't think for a minute that efforts to ban fox hunting and hunting with dogs in general are not being made in America.
The Fox Hunters pub on Preston North Road, North Shields, calls time on Sunday, October 9.
FOX hunters yesterday claimed more than 300,000 turned up at their traditional Boxing Day hunts - saying it is evidence of growing public support.
You can't help but love him as he fends off evil fox hunters, rescues injured ducks and travels the world in search of science.
Hemanaged to win back-to-back Fox Hunters in 2005 and 2006 without a win in-between.
The race run over the Grand National fences, the John Smith's Fox Hunters Chase (3.
The sight of cowardly hooligans in black balaclava masks taunting and threatening fox hunters along our English hedgerows is, in many senses, pathetically amusing.
AS a townsman I do not have much in common with the people in the country who hunt foxes, but I would nevertheless back fox hunters against intolerant and bigoted people who want to impose their opinions on others.