The History of the Puckeridge Hunt dates back to 1725.
Until 1963 our hounds were pure English bred.
The hunt kennels are in Brent Pelham.
Since the Hunting Act in 2004 banned hunting.
The ‘Country Tour’ sponsored ride took place on Sunday 17th September. The ride was approximately twelve miles long, with a six mile option, and went north from Albury Hall towards Furneux Pelham and Brent Pelham mainly across private land which is not generally open to the public. There was a mixture of open views, woodland,(…)
The Subscription Rates for the 2017/18 Season are available below, hard copies will also be posted soon. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an electronic copy of the return form. I would also like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Hunt Secretary, taking over from Neil Pearson who as many of you(…)
The annual judging of young hounds took place in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd of hunt supporters at the Kennels on Sunday, 9th July. Edmond Mahoney from the Louth Hunt and Andrew Sallis from the Kimblewick Hunt had the difficult task of judging five couple of dog hounds and five couple of(…)
Over 300 people attended a most enjoyable and interesting evening at the wonderful home of Newsells Park Stud to raise funds for the Puckeridge Hunt. It was good to see so many Puckeridge subscribers and supporters, along with a diverse range of visitors from racing and hunting backgrounds soaking up the atmosphere created by the(…)