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Wilton Harriers

Hunt type: Harriers
Areas: Co. Cork
Country: Eire
Contact information may be out of date so has been hidden.
Hunt country: Wide open fertile land with heavy covers, glens and marsh which our hounds 99.9% of the time get the foxy fella or a hare running with the voloume of voice behind him no choice but run or go to ground.
History: We are the oldest pack of harriers est 1822 in a lane off Bandon road but theses day our name is Wilton Harriers we have a fine set up for the hounds. We seletively breed our hounds and enter about 3-6 a season. We are a small knit group with a passion for hunting.
Traffic controller: Tony O'Callaghan.
Traffic controller: Denis Finnegan.
Traffic controller: Paddy O'Callaghan.

Quarry: mostly foxes but if the big long legged hare jumps from the high grass it's tally ho and the will go like the hammers on her scent.
Last update sent by Michael O'Callaghan on 4th February 2009


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