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Tivyside Hunt

Hunt type: Foxhounds
Areas: Pembrokeshire
Country: Wales
Contact information may be out of date so has been hidden.
Hunt country: The country lies in South Cardiganshire and north Pembrokeshire, and is mainly grassland country, with moorland in the south, and some woodland. Obstacles are banks and hunt jumps. Adjoining Hunts: Vale of Clettwr, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire.
History: The country was hunted from the early 1700s and first officially registered in 1736, when its headquarters were at the Black Lion Hotel in Cardigan. Permission to use the Prince of Wales feathers as an emblem was granted by one of the Hanoverian princes in the 18th century, following a magnificent day's hunting. The Hunt ran continuously from 1815 to 1926, when there was a break, and was re-started in 1937 as the Tivyside Farmers', but hounds had again to be disposed of in 1950. A fresh start was made in 1954.
Last update sent by Julian Clemas-Howard on 3rd October 2008


Please note the position of the marker above is only intended as a rough guide to the location of the hunt country.
It does not show the location of the kennels, or the homes of any of the subscribers, officials or staff of the hunt.



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