whipper-in


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huntsman's assistant in managing the hounds

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Successful over the 700 metres last Thursday week her hopes of a repeat were quickly wiped out when a first bend scrimmage forced her to be the whipper-in.
Whipper-ins help huntsmen keep the hounds in order during hunts - and Jack was described by one huntsman who knew him as "the best whipper-in I ever saw".
Mania, 22, joined the Fife Hunt as a whipper-in after the disqualification of trainer Howard Johnson, to whom he was due to be first jockey, compounding the loss of another major supporter last year with the death of Peter Monteith, but he has since rediscovered his passion for the sport.
Huntsman Richard Down, 44, and whipper-in Adrian Pillivant, 36, of the Quantock Staghounds, were convicted at Bristol Magistrates Court after only the second prosecution of its kind.
Huntsman Richard Down and whipper-in Adrian Pillivant of the Quantock Staghounds were convicted at Bristol Magistrates' Court after only the second prosecution of its kind.
Jason Marles, 23, has been whipper-in with the Glamorgan hounds for the past four years.
The puppies, walked and cared for until adulthood by people from across North Wales, were shown by Eryri huntsman Dylan Davies and whipper-in Iolo Humphreys for judges Roy Savage and Robert Medcalf, who is whipper-in for the Essex and Suffolk Hunt.
Huntsman Richard Down, 44, and whipper-in Adrian Pillivant, 36, were convicted at Bristol Magistrates Court.
Quantock Staghounds leader Richard Down and whipper-in Adrian Pillivant are accused of jointly hunting wild deer with dogs during a meet at Longstone Hill, Somerset, in February last year.
Mania, 22, has joined the Fife Hunt as a whipper-in, while Halliday, 24, now plans to investigate the possibilities of pursuing a working-riding career in the US.
The jury watched the film and heard Marles, an amateur whipper-in with the East Devon Hunt, hit Mr Hill while saying "f***er, f***er".
In the 1930s, Mr Morrison took to following the Shropshire Beagles and during the next 20 years was variously secretary, treasurer, whipper-in, deputy master and then huntsman of the neighbouring Staffordshire Beagles.
Aged 17, he joined the Middleton Hunt in North Yorkshire as a whipper-in, and for the next four years he rose at dawn to scrub out the kennels.
Only one of the 18 contestants was fathered by a British-based stud dogs, Toll Barbarian (by Fire Height Dan), the final's whipper-in.
The Droitwich-based Griffiths, who works in his family's jewellery shop in Dudley, has ridden since a young boy, first as a pony club member and then as whipper-in for the Worcestershire Hunt.